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

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University of New Mexico Herbarium


UNM:Lichens
H.R. Simms   S1-2451967-08-26
United States, Louisiana, Sabine, Hodge's Gardens, 12 miles south of Many., 31.38 -93.38, 76m

UNM:Lichens
Pertusaria protuberans (Sommerf.) Th. Fr.
T. L. Esslinger   11351969-07-09
United States, Idaho, Bonner, On Gisborne Mountain in the Priest River Experimental Forest., 48.37 -116.75, 1554m

UNM:Lichens
H. Willis   S1-1531960-09-24
United States, Kansas, Woodson, Woodson County State Lake; 8 miles southwest of Yates Center., 38 -96, 335m

UNM:Lichens
R.D. Worthington   289062000-05-15
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Guadalupe Mountains, north slope of Wilderness Ridge 0.2- 0.4 miles east of Forest Service Road 201., 32.0263 -104.8087, 2164m

UNM:Lichens
R.D. Worthington   288482000-03-14
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Guadalupe Mountains, 0.4 mi E of the Dark Canyon Fire Lookout Tower on N slope near ridge top., 32.0865 -104.7337, 2072m

UNM:Lichens
D.C. Lightfoot   SABL-L591992-05-28
United States, New Mexico, Cibola, El Malpais National Monument: Sandstone Bluffs, near NM 117., 34.955 -107.8308, 2072m


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Google Map

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