Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Rhizoplaca phaedrophthalma (Lecanora phaedrophthalma, Lecanora phaedrophthalma var. christoi)
Search Criteria: Arizona; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

T.H. Nash III   118341975-10-11
United States, Arizona, Navajo, 6.4 km N of Whiteriver on Fort Apache Reservation, 33.8333333 -109.9666667, 1580m

T.H. Nash III   148901976-04-29
United States, Arizona, Navajo, Black Mesa, north rim, 36.6666667 -110.5, 2200m

B.D. Ryan   154021986-01-03
United States, Arizona, Coconino, 23 km N of Williams, along AZ Hwy 64, 35.4333333 -112.2, 1750m

R.P. Higgins   L--21471954-04-12
United States, Arizona, Apache, NE face of rim, Chinle, 36.1666667 -109.5, 1710m

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

782798Wetmore, C.   556711986-07-06
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Natural Bridge Trailhead; Chiricahua National Monument, 32.02194444 -109.3475

Brigham Young University

BRY-L-0025497Larry L. St. Clair   St. Cl-14171990-09-18
United States, Arizona, Yavapai, Coconino National Forest: Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Area, Parsons Spring Trail. GPS reading is from internet map and points to Parson's Spring Trailhead., 34.864124 -112.069379, 1100m

BRY-L-0041044Kim T. Anderson   K.T. Anderson-46291993-05-27
United States, Arizona, Cochise, Chiricahua National Monument: Along trail to Sugarloaf Mountain. GPS reading is from internet and points approximately to the location described., 32.016183 -109.321342, 2072m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection

COLO-L-0021546R.P. Higgins   L 21471954-04-12
United States, Arizona, Apache, northeast face of rim, Chinle, 1707m

COLO-L-0021600Thomas H. Nash III   65261973-04-23
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Echo Cliffs, 16 km SSW of Page along U.S. 89, 36.4166667 -111.5166667, 1650m

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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)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.