Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Buelliella physciicola
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lichen Herbarium of the Museum of Evolution, Uppsala University


UPS
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner
L-096262J. Hafellner   378751994-08-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental, mountains SSW of Ciudad Guerrero, valley of Arroyo Ancho, 9 km W of paved road to Creel, by the secondary dirt road to Heredia y Anexas, 2300m

Lichen specimens of National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan


TNS:L
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner Poelt & Hafellner
114491   
Mexico

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium


hb. Esslinger
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner
0013798Theodore L. Esslinger   136201994-07-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, N facing hillside along secondary dirt road within the valley of Arroyo Ancho, 5 km W of paved road to Creel, 28.206667 -107.531667, 2250m

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Lichens


S:S-Fungi
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner
F30092J. Hafellner   378751994-08-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico. Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental, mountains SSW of Ciudad Guerrero, valley of Arroyo Ancho, 9 km W of paved road to Creel, by the secondary dirt road to Heredia y Anexas. 28°11’50’’N 107°33’10’’W. Alt. 2300 m.

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner in Hafellner
J. Hafellner   378751994-08-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental, Mts. SSW of Ciudad Guerrero, valley of Arroyo Ancho, 9 km W of paved road to Creel, by the secondary dirt road to Heredia y Anexas., 28.1972 -107.553, 2300m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Buelliella physciicola Poelt & Hafellner
WIS-L-0122346J. Hafellner   378751994-08-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental, mountains SSW of Ciudad Guerrero, valley of Arroyo Ancho, 9 km W of paved road to Creel, by the secondary dirt road to Heredia y Anexas, 28.183333 -107.55, 2300m


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Google Map

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