Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Carbonea latypizodes (Lecidea amabilis, Lecidea subcontinuior, Lecidea austrocalifornica, Mycobilimbia austrocalifornica)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
T.H. Nash III   210071983-09-03
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, along Turkey Creek near end of road, 31.85 -109.3166667, 2100m

ASU:Lichens
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
B.D. Ryan   308511993-11-23
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua National Monument, Echo Canyon Trail, ca. 1 km S of parking lot, 32.0083333 -109.3166667, 2020m

ASU:Lichens
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
T.H. Nash III   36991972-04-06
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, just across road from Southwest Research Station, 31.8833333 -109.2, 1650m

ASU:Lichens
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
T.H. Nash III   96421974-11-10
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua National Monument, Chiricahua Mountains, Echo Canyon, 32 -109.3333333, 2010m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
COLO-L-0007644William A. Weber   L-568791973-01-08
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua National Monument; trail from Sugarloaf to Echo Park

COLO:L
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
COLO-L-0007650W.A. Weber   S 280351961-03-30
United States, Arizona, Cochise, below Herb Martyr Reservoir, Chircahua Mountains

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Carbonea latypizodes (Nyl.) Knoph & Rambold
WIS-L-0113345John W. Thomson   185051974-06-15
United States, Arizona, Coconino, West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon, 30 mi. S. of Flagstaff., 34.912457 -111.726931


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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