Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leptogium austroamericanum (Leptogium caesium var. austroamericanum, Leptogium cyanescens var. austroamericanum)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
T.H. Nash III   71971973-05-12
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Josephine Saddle, 31.7 -110.8666667, 2190m

Sharnoff Image Collection


hb. Sharnoff:photos
Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
Sharnoff, Sylvia D.   1010.351993-01-02
United States, Arizona, Chiracahua Mountains, E side, SE of Portal, trail 247, Coronado National Forest, just S of Forest Road 42 at 1st stream crossing

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
COLO-L-0024495T.H. Nash III   71971973-05-12
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Josephine Pass, 2195m

COLO:L
Leptogium austroamericanum (Malme) C.W. Dodge
COLO-L-0024501W.A. Weber   L 368991963-10-26
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains: Cave Creek Canyon, between Portal and Rustlers Park, between Herb Martyr Reservoir and Wym Falls, 31.88 -109.23


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