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

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University of New Mexico Herbarium


UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia A. Massal.
R.C. Sivinski   54422001-07-31
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Between Rio Cebolla and Rio Nutrias, and east of Rio Chama., 36.51593696 -106.6978456, 2160m

UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) K??rb.
E. DeBruin   7211986-10-11
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow west of Stone Cabin Site., 35.02302883 -107.8103479, 1965m

UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) K??rb.
Bro. G. Arsene   212361934-05-18
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, 10 km NE of Santa Fe (Locality description on original label: Little Tesuque)., 35.7314 -105.8364, 2700m

UNM:Lichens
Lobothallia alphoplaca (Wahlenb.) Hafellner
D.C. Lightfoot   SABL-L36B1992-05-28
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais National Monument: Sandstone Bluffs, near NM 117., 34.955 -107.8308, 2072m

UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia laevata (Ach.) Arnold
Bro. G. Arsene   212371934-05-18
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, 10 km NE of Santa Fe (Locality description on original label: Little Tesuque)., 35.7314 -105.8364, 2700m

UNM:Lichens
E. DeBruin   6041986-08-31
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow, Stone Cabin., 35.02302883 -107.8103479, 1965m

UNM:Lichens
Megaspora verrucosa (Ach.) Hafellner & V. Wirth
D.L. Bleakly   sn1992-08-16
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais National Monument; Hanging Fern Collapse; small deep, lava tube collapse in Bandera flow; cave entrance damp and mossy., 34.9842 -108.0794, 2377m

UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) K??rb.
Bro. G. Arsene   225851935-06-15
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, 24 km ENE of Santa Fe, Holy Ghost Canyon (Locality descrption on original label: Espiritu Santo Creek)., 35.7428 -105.6806, 2700m

UNM:Lichens
Megaspora verrucosa (Ach.) Hafellner & V. Wirth
R.D. Worthington   253361995-12-28
United States, Texas, Culberson, Delaware Mts, 6-7 air mi SE from jct, US 62-180 with TX 54, high parts of mts. at the windpower site., 31.7333 -107.7542, 1676m

UNM:Lichens
Aspicilia cinerea (L.) K??rb.
E. DeBruin   301-A1986-06-20
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais- Rimrock Survey. Grants Lava Flow, bend in Narrows., 34.87870733 -107.9128263, 2133m


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