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

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University of New Mexico Herbarium


UNM:Lichens
Ephebe lanata (L.) Vain.
S. Shushan   S1-33111963-07-15
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Gem Lake Trail, two miles northeast of Estes Park., 2499m

UNM:Lichens
Heppia lutosa (Ach.) Nyl.
E. DeBruin   790-B1987-01-14
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow, Little Narrows., 34.93427259 -107.8488103, 2072m

UNM:Lichens
S. Shushan   s1-3369A1963-07-15
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Gem Lake Trail ca. two miles northeast of Estes Park., 2499m

UNM:Lichens
Lichina pygmaea (Lightf.) C. Agardh
D. L. Hawksworth   41981975-08-19
United Kingdom, Unplaced State, Unplaced County, S. Devon; Portlemouth Down.

UNM:Lichens
Phylliscum demangeonii (Moug. & Mont.) Nyl.
R.A. Anderson   16011961-08-02
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Rocky Mountain Park, Wild Basin, vicinity of Calypso Cascades., 2682 - 2834m

UNM:Lichens
Ephebe lanata (L.) Vain.
R.A. Anderson   sn1962-08-29
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Rocky Mountain National Park, near Knobtop Mountains., 3657 - 3718m


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