Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Collema flaccidum (Synechoblastus rupestris, Collema rupestre, Parmelia flaccida, Parmelia rupestris, Synechoblastus flaccidus, Collema rupestre f. corticola, Collema rupestre f. granulosum, Collema rupestre f. rupestre, Collema rupestre var. rupestre, Collema rupestre var. subfurvum, Collemodiopsis... (show all)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
ASUL032510T.H. Nash III   264281989-04-15
United States, Arizona, Gila, top of the trail along the South Fork of Parker Creek, above Sierra Ancha station, 33.8 -110.9666667, 2000m

ASU:Lichens
Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
ASUL032509T.H. Nash III   15660-b1979-06-30
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Pole Bridge Canyon, 31.9 -109.3333333, 2240m

ASU:Lichens
Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
ASUL033207L. Schwarz   1995-03-18
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, Maricopa/Gila Co. boundary, NE slope of Four Peaks, trail to spring 2 km below parking lot, 33.75 -111.2666667, 1800m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
59829E. Timdal   US212/041999-03-06
United States, Arizona, Mogollon Rim, overlooking Calf Pen Canyon, 34.4417 -111.5, 2030m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
R. A. Darrow   18051943-07-24
United States, Arizona, Shannon Park, Pinaleno Mts.

Research Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Collema flaccidum (Ach.) Ach.
Elizabeth Wu   612022-04-10
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz County, Santa Rita Mountains south of Tucson, Montosa Canyon east of Forest Service Road 4099, east of Amateur Astronomy Pads and Frewd Lawrence Whipple Observatory, 1513m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.