Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Catapyrenium psoromoides (Dermatocarpon psoromoides, Endocarpon psoromoides, Guignardia psoromoides, Placocarpus psoromoides, Verrucaria psoromoides, Dermatocarpon psoromoides var. crispum, Dermatocarpon psoromoides var. psoromoides, Endocarpon psoromoides var. crispum, Endocarpon psoromoides var. p... (show all)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
Catapyrenium psoromoides (Borrer) R. Sant.
T.H. Nash III   185671981-10-05
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Santa Rita Mountains, spring below Josephine Saddle, 31.7 -110.8666667, 2134m

ASU:Lichens
Catapyrenium psoromoides (Borrer) R. Sant.
R. Rosentreter   153812003-05-05
United States, Arizona, Cochise, United States Forest Service, Rucker Station, Chiricahua Mountains, T19 R29 E Sec. 23, 31.75 -109.3822222, 1751m

Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Catapyrenium psoromoides (Borrer) R. Sant.
SRP-L-0003380Roger Rosentreter   153812003-05-05
U.S.A., Arizona, Cochise, US Forest Service Rucker Station, Chiricahua Mountains. Forest Inventory and Analysis Program - P3., 31.75 -109.382202, 1762m


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