Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aspicilia cinerea (Lecanora cinerea, Lecanora cinerea f. athallina, Lecanora cinerea f. cinerea, Lecanora cinerea f. flexuosa, Lecanora cinerea f. incrassata, Lecanora cinerea f. lepidota, Lecanora cinerea f. macra, Lecanora cinerea f. pruinosa, Lecanora cinerea f. tigrina, Lecanora cinerea f. viren... (show all)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
T.H. Nash III   374781994-07-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, S-facing slope of tall sierra above secondary dirt road, 40.5 km W of paved road to Creel, 28.2055556 -107.6333333, 2700m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
T.H. Nash III   375191994-07-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, small narrow canyon along secondary dirt road within valley of Arroyo Ancho, 9 km W of paved road to Creel, 28.1972222 -107.5527778, 2300m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
T.H. Nash III   146971977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
T.H. Nash III   147231977-05-16
Mexico, Baja California, near observatory, ca. 100 km E of San Telmo, top of San Pedro Martirs, 31 -115.4166667, 2800m

ASU:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
T.H. Nash III   48991972-06-10
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Baja, 4.8 km SW of El Rosario, 29.8833333 -115.7833333, 45m

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
UC1999674D. Axelrod, G. Holstein   15451977-08-20
Mexico, Baja California, Canon de las Pinitas about 3 miles south of Erendira and 3 miles inland from coast, on highest marine terrace at west base of Coast Range.

University of Nebraska State Museum, C.E. Bessey Herbarium - Lichens


NEB
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) Körb.
NEB00025357J.G. Smith   231892-02-27
Mexico, Foot of Mt. Orizaba., 2743m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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