Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bulbothrix coronata (Parmelia coronata, Parmelia glandulifera)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
ASUL018243T.H. Nash III   367271994-07-20
Mexico, Chihuahua, rock outcrop along the W-facing slope of Sierra Chinaca above the Río Sirupa, along secondary dirt road (ca. 30 km W Ciudad Madera), 29.1819444 -108.3125, 1630m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL018244T.H. Nash III   367941994-07-21
Mexico, Chihuahua, Barranca del Cobre, 1 km S of Río Urique, 27.3722222 -107.5027778, 1700m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL018246E. Joyal   25991995-10-06
Mexico, Sonora, Mcpio. Yecora: Rancho El Palmar, 20 km E of Onavas, drainage SE of houses with Quercus chihuahuensis, 28.4833333 -109.3833333, 700m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL018247E. Joyal   26701996-06-01
Mexico, Sonora, Mcpio. Yecora: Rancho El Palmar, 20 km E of Onavas, drainage SE of houses with Quercus chihuahuensis, 28.4833333 -109.3833333, 700m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL018248T.H. Nash III   11041-a1975-05-28
Mexico, Sonora, 14.4 km E of Santa Ana, 28.3166667 -109.1666667, 1590m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL018245E. Joyal   2057-b1992-07-12
Mexico, Sonora, Mpio. de Yecora, Rancho El Palmar, 20 km E of Onavas, barranca N/NW from ranch house, 28.4916667 -109.3833333, 700m

ASU:Lichens
T.H. Nash III   448292007-05-11
Mexico, Guanajuato, El Charco del Ingenio (botanical garden), San Miguel de Allende, 20.9177777777778 -108.727222222222

ASU:Lichens
ASUL001203T. Reeves   s.n.1977-09-14
Mexico, Sierra Madre Oriental, 3.7 mi W of Horsetail Falls, along road that crosses the falls.

Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
941749Egan, R.   108211977-11-11
Mexico, Michoacan, 103 km By Rd S of Nueva Italia De Ruiz On Rd To Playa Azul

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
197764Culberson, William, L.; Culberson, Chicita, F.   180971978-12-29
Mexico, Michoacán, 21 km E of Morelia, 19.71656 -100.98194

DUKE
30783Culberson, William, L.; Stone, Donald, E.   227892001-07-27
Mexico, Nuevo León, 2.5 km S of Pablillo (S of Galeana), off of Highway 61, 24.56648 -100.01, 2070m

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium


hb. Esslinger
0013805Theodore L. Esslinger   131891994-07-20
Mexico, Chihuahua, rock outcrop area along the W facing slope of the Sierra Chinaca above the Rio Sirupa, along a dirt road ca. 30 km W of Ciudad Madera, 29.181667 -108.311667, 1639m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
M. E. Hale & T. R. Soderstrom   208271960-04-03
Mexico, Oaxaca, 132 km NW of Oaxaca on highway 190, 2380m

US:Lichens
Collector unknown   20504a
Mexico, Chiapas, Terpisca

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale & T. R. Soderstrom   205051960-03-26
Mexico, Chiapas, S of Teopisca, 0 - 1675m

US:Lichens
R. K. Iltis & H. H. Iltis   26911960-08-20
Mexico, Oaxaca, Slope below Pan-Am. Highway at Puerto Herrera (km 420), just NW of Yanhuitlan, 17.55 -97.42, 2500m

US:Lichens
R. K. Iltis & H. H. Iltis   18931960-06-21
Mexico, Michoacán, 10 km E of Mil Cumbres, 0 - 2400m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
COLO-L-0005270Dr. Hery   s.n.
Mexico, no further information given

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Lichens
78274W. N. Koelz   340811959-11-23
Mexico, Jalisco, no data, Top of mountain south of Autlán

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0025173T.H. Nash III   448292007-05-11
Mexico, Guanajuato, El Charco del Ingenio (botanical garden), San Miguel de Allende, 20.9177777777778 -108.727222222222, 2130m

WIS
WIS-L-0123216T. Reeves   s.n.1977-09-14
Mexico, Nuevo León, Sierra Madre Occidental, road W from Horsetail Falls, ca. 7.5 km W of Horsetail Falls, road crosses falls, 24.994169 -100.626543, 1219m

WIS
WIS-L-0128956K Kalb   248221991-03-01
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Fundort: Sierra de la Laguna, E of Todos Santos; trail to Sierra de la Laguna., 24.53333 -110


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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