Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Obscuroplaca camptidia (Caloplaca camptidia, Lecanora camptidia, Lecidea camptidia, Callopisma camptidium, Placodium camptidium, Phaeoplaca camptidia)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lund Botanical Museum


LD
Caloplaca camptidia (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
1920404K. Kalb & G. Plöbst   1979-01-25
Mexico, Chiapas, Comitán de Domíngez, 16.24722222 -92.13527778

Ohio State University Herbarium


OS
Caloplaca camptidia (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
OS0002464T. H. Nash   1973-03-21
Mexico, Coahuila

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Caloplaca camptidia (Ach.) Th. Fr.
COLO-L-0005555T. H. Nash   67691973-03-21
Mexico, Coahuila, Limestone Canyon, 17 mi. W of junction of road from Cuatro Cienegas to Ocampo and road to Delores, at site of abandoned log cutter's camp, Sierra Madera Mountains

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Caloplaca camptidia (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
WIS-L-0119466K. Kalb   127371979-01-25
Mexico, Chiapas, Etwa 25 km nordwestlich von Comitan de Dominguez., 16.414627 -92.260711, 2150m


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