Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Crespoa crozalsiana (Canoparmelia crozalsiana, Parmelia crozalsiana, Pseudoparmelia crozalsiana, Parmotrema crozalsianum)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   348681994-07-03
United States, Arizona, Apache, Mount Baldy Wilderness, adjacent cliffs, ca. 2 km from Phelp's cabin, 33.925 -109.5083333, 2900m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   356371995-04-08
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, South Fork, along trail S of picnic/camping area, 31.8416667 -109.2333333, 1900m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   185361981-10-05
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Madera Canyon, 31.7 -110.8666667, 1981m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   206931983-03-20
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Sycamore Canyon, north slope, near junction of Peñasco Canyon, 31.4 -111.2, 1160m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
B.D. Ryan   109141984-05-21
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Rucker Canyon above campground, 31.7833333 -109.2833333, 1900m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   70101973-05-23
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, South Fork, campground trail, 34.0833333 -109.4166667, 1580m

ASU:Lichens
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Elix & Hale
T.H. Nash III   226541984-05-21
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Rucker Canyon above campground, 31.7833333 -109.2833333, 1900m

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


MIN
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd.) Elix & Hale
740731Nash, T.   185361981-10-05
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Madera Canyon, 31.71666667 -110.8666667

MIN
Canoparmelia crozalsiana (B. de Lesd.) Elix & Hale
760144Nash, T.   206931983-03-20
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Sycamore Canyon, 31.41666667 -110.1833333

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
Crespoa crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Lendemer & Hodk.
219175Nash, Thomas H.   185361981-10-05
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, Madera Canyon, 31.7 -110.866667, 1981 - 1981m

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium


hb. Esslinger
Crespoa crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Lendemer & Hodk.
0008221Theodore L. Esslinger   155721998-06-04
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Coronado National Forest, in the Chiricahua Mountains, trail along the South Fork of Cave Creek Canyon, south of the picnic area, 31.866667 -109.188333, 1600m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Crespoa crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Lendemer & Hodk.
COLO-L-0037074Thomas H. Nash III   206931983-03-20
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Sycamore Canyon, north slope, near junction of Peñasco Canyon, 31.4 -111.2, 1160m

COLO:L
Crespoa crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Lendemer & Hodk.
COLO-L-0037080T.H. Nash III   70101973-05-23
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, south fork campground trail, 31.866667 -109.183333, 1580m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Crespoa crozalsiana (B. de Lesd. ex Harm.) Lendemer & Hodk.
WIS-L-0025134T.H. Nash III   226541984-05-21
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua Mountains, Rucker Canyon above campground, 31.7833333 -109.2833333, 1900m


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