Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Protoparmeliopsis laatokkaënsis (Lecanora laatokkaënsis)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Lecanora laatokkaensis (Räsänen) Poelt
T.H. Nash III   348781994-07-03
United States, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, adjacent cliffs, ca. 2 km from Phelp's cabin, 33.925 -109.5083333, 2900m

ASU:Lichens
Lecanora laatokkaensis (Räsänen) Poelt
T.H. Nash III   271231990-06-28
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9333333 -109.5, 2900m

ASU:Lichens
Lecanora laatokkaensis (Räsänen) Poelt
T.H. Nash III   271261990-06-28
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9333333 -109.5, 2900m

ASU:Lichens
Lecanora laatokkaensis (Räsänen) Poelt
T.H. Nash III   272001990-07-02
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9333333 -109.4916667, 2910m

University of California, Riverside Lichens (in transfer to SBBG)


UCR(temp):In transfer
Lecanora laatokkaensis (Räsänen) Poelt
UCR-144360B.D. Ryan   271231990-06-28
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest, Mt. Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp’s cabin along E Fork of the Little Colorado River., 33.93333 -109.5, 2900m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Protoparmeliopsis laatokkaënsis (Räsänen) Moberg & R. Sant.
WIS-L-0011297T.H. Nash III   271231990-06-28
United States, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.9333333 -109.5, 2900m


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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.