Dataset: UNM-Lichens
Taxa: Graphidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of New Mexico Herbarium


UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
H. Goree   9351966-07-04
United States, Washington, Whitman, Top of Kamiak Butte., 1112m

UNM:Lichens
Graphis scripta (L.) Ach.
D. L. Hawksworth   1939991975-05-22
United Kingdom, Unplaced State, Unplaced County, Kew, Surrey, S. Devon: Dean Prior Parish, nr. Dean Wood.

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes muscorum (Scop.) R. Sant.
E. DeBruin   5191986-08-16
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow, between Wayside and Kipuka., 34.83419683 -107.9137756, 2148m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
H. Goree   4701965-04-17
United States, Massachusetts, Worcester, East of Sutton Road, 3 miles north of West Sutton., 198m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
H.R. Simms   S1-5641974-05-01
United States, Washington, Lincoln, Vic. Wilbur., 47.08 -118.71, 660m

UNM:Lichens
T. L. Esslinger   1636-c1969-10-10
United States, Washington, King, At Denny Creek Forest Camp just west of Snoqualine Pass., 47.42 -121.43, 670m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
Bro. G. Arsene   231391936-07-29
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, 16 km W of Las Vegas (Locality description on original label: Las Vegas: Mineral Hill, Bull Creek)., 35.6097 -105.4017, 2300m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
W.A. Weber   S 25,5041960-05-30
United States, Colorado, Montrose, Floor of Paradox Valley 4 miles east of Bedrock., 1500m

UNM:Lichens
H. Goree   HG 17591968-06-07
United States, Washington, Whatcom, Whatcom Falls Park, Bellingham.

UNM:Lichens
P.J. Knight   4503
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Just northwest of San Ysidro, east of NM 44., 35.5825 -106.8594, 1889m

UNM:Lichens
D.C. Lightfoot   SABL-L51991-08-20
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais National Monument: Sandstone Bluffs, near NM 117., 34.955 -107.8308, 2072m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
E. DeBruin   1111986-03-17
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow. Bend in Narrows., 34.87858846 -107.8956415, 2164m

UNM:Lichens
Graphis scripta (L.) Ach.
P. Y. Wong   19241976-07-27
Canada, Ontario, Grey, Blue Mountain Ski Area., 44.5333 -80.3583

UNM:Lichens
H.R. Simms   s1-5661975-04-06
United States, Washington, Thurston, Seven miles south southwest of Tumwater; one mile north of Maytown., 46.88 -122.93, 91m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
S. Shushan   S1-29591962-08-07
United States, Colorado, Park, Three miles southeast of Bailey., 39.38 -105.45, 2377m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes scruposus (Schreb.) Norman
P.J. Knight   44811992-10-12
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Northwest of San Ysidro., 35.5478 -106.8694, 1676m

UNM:Lichens
D. L. Hawksworth   sn1975-05-16
United Kingdom, Unplaced State, Unplaced County, South Devon: Holne Chase, nr. Lover's Leap.

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes bryophilus (Ehrh.) Zahlbr.
H. Goree   8281966-05-18
United States, Massachusetts, Worcester, Near Winchendon-Ashburnham town line, Ashburnham.

UNM:Lichens
N. Benyamini   103-91969-08-12
Israel, Unplaced State, Unplaced County, Hagolan.

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes candidissimus (Krempelh.) Zahlbr.
R.D. Worthington   281901999-04-25
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Guadalupe Mountains, Last Chance Canyon., 32.257 -104.729, 1432m

UNM:Lichens
Diploschistes muscorum (Scop.) R. Sant.
E. DeBruin   5191986-08-16
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow., 34.83419683 -107.9137756, 2148m


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