Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Polycauliona brattiae (Caloplaca brattiae, Caloplaca etesiae, Lecanora etesiae, Gasparrinia etesiae)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
T.H. Nash III   345551994-03-22
Mexico, Baja California, Isla Cedros, Cabo de San Augustín near San Augustín, 28.1083333 -115.35, 10m

ASU:Lichens
C.M. Wetmore   792501997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, SW of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita), 28.6555556 -114.2488889, 20m

ASU:Lichens
ASUL030782T.H. Nash III   402051997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosallita, 28.6555556 -114.2488889, 10m

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


MIN
857822Wetmore, C.   792531997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, 28.65555556 -114.2488889

MIN
858748Wetmore, C.   792501997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, 28.65555556 -114.2488889

Lichen Herbarium of the Museum of Evolution, Uppsala University


UPS
L-101477Clifford M. Wetmore   1997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, SW of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita). On coastal rocks in Vizcaino Region of Sonoran Desert, 20m

Lund Botanical Museum


LD
1061905Clifford M. Wetmore   1997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, No locality information available, 28.65555556 -114.24888889

Oregon State University Herbarium


OSC
55473T. Nash III   Nash lll 383711996-01-03
Mexico, Guadalupe Island, Baja California, 29.09444444 -118.3111111, 1250m

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Lichens


S:S-Fungi
Caloplaca brattiae W. A. Weber
L771Anders Tehler   76481995-12-31
Mexico, Baja California, Mexico, Baja California Norte, Guadalupe Island, area adjacent west end of the air strip near the center of the island, grassland with basalt boulders, 720m. 29°01’30”N,118°16’40W”

S:S-Fungi
Caloplaca brattiae W. A. Weber
L5862C. M. Wetmore   792501997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Mexico. Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, southwest of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita). On coastal rocks in Vizcaino Region of the Sonoran Desert with Lycium and coastal shrubs, elev. 20 m. 28°39’20’’N, 114°14’56’’W.

S:S-Fungi
Caloplaca brattiae W. A. Weber
L10031T. H. Nash III   402051997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Baja California Punta Santa Rosallita Very widely scattered shrubs above cliff; on basalt; 28°39'20'N 114°14'56'W ca. 10 m

University Museum of Bergen


BG
37192C.M. Wetmore   792501997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, southwest of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita). In Vizcaino Region of the Sonoran Desert with Lycium and coastal shrubs, 28.655 -114.2483, 20m

University of Kansas Ronald L. McGregor Herbarium


KANU
381133Clifford M Wetmore   792501997-12-30
México, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita: SW of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita), 28.6555556 -114.2488889, 20m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Polycauliona brattiae (W. A.Weber) Arup, Frödén & Søchting
WIS-L-0019284T.H. Nash III   345551994-03-22
Mexico, Baja California, Isla Cedros, Cabo de San Augustín near San Augustín, 28.1083333 -115.35, 10m

WIS
Polycauliona brattiae (W. A.Weber) Arup, Frödén & Søchting
WIS-L-0024003T.H. Nash III   382771996-01-01
Mexico, Baja California, Isla de Guadalupe, along west coast at "Fondeadero del Oeste" near light, 28.9805556 -118.3138889, 80m

WIS
Polycauliona brattiae (W. A.Weber) Arup, Frödén & Søchting
WIS-L-0024005T.H. Nash III   402051997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosallita, 28.6555556 -114.2488889, 10m

WIS
Polycauliona brattiae (W. A.Weber) Arup, Frödén & Søchting
WIS-L-0121372C.M. Wetmore   792501997-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, Punta Santa Rosalillita, SW of small fishing village (Santa Rosalillita), 28.6555556 -114.2488889, 20m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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