Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Arthrorhaphis alpina (Bacidia alpina, Arthrorhaphis citrinella var. alpina, Bacidia citrinella subsp. alpina, Bacidia flavovirescens var. alpina, Lecidea flavovirescens var. alpina), Arthrorhaphis alpina var. jungens
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
T.H. Nash III   358121995-03-05
Mexico, Veracruz, Cofre de Perote, 12 km SE of Perote and 2.5 km after El Coneja (Along the road to Channel 13 station), 19.5166667 -97.1616667, 3600m

ASU:Lichens
Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
T.H. Nash III   357081995-03-05
Mexico, Veracruz, Cofre de Perote, alpine area below communication installations by Channel 13 TV Station ca. 15 km SE Perote, 19.4916667 -97.15, 4100m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaerer) R. Sant.
15820E. Timdal   SON68/011994-07-21
Mexico, Chihuahua, Barranca del Cobre, small, broad secondary valley within the canyon with pines (Pinus chihuahuana, Pinus spp.), some oaks (Quercus crassifolia and Quercus spp.) and cypress (Cupressus arizonica), 27.4383 -107.4883, 1800m

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Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaerer) R. Sant.
199975E. Timdal   74381991-01-13
Mexico, Tlaxcala, La Malinche National Park, just above timberline on the N slope of the volcano, 3900m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


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Arthrorhaphis alpina (Schaer.) R. Sant.
COLO-L-0002361John H. Beaman   35741960-07-11
Mexico, México, Iztaccihuatl; South side of mtn. near La Joya, 4100m


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Google Map

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