Dataset: MOR
Search Criteria: Mexico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


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L-0000101-MORC.G. Pringle   1894-06-03
Mexico, Oaxaca, Sierra de San Felipe, 3200m

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L-0000102-MORC.G. Pringle   1894-06-03
Mexico, Oaxaca, Sierra de San Felipe, 3200m

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L-0015119-MORA.C. Skorepa   56231969-12-00
Mexico, Oaxaca, In the Sierra Juarez Mountains., 3048m

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Tephromela atra (Hudson) Hafellner
L-0015194-MORSkorepa   57061969-12-31
Mexico, Querétaro, Near Jalpan.

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L-0015182-MORSylvia Forbes   1982-01-05
Mexico, Baja, ca. 23 miles south of El Rosario. In Sonoran Desert, near sea level.

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L-0015135-MORA.C. Skorepa   55611969-12-00
Mexico, In the Sierra Juarez Mountains above Oaxaca., 3048m

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L-0015570-MORC.G. Pringle   281893-06-06
Mexico, San Luis Potosí, Nevado de Colima., 3048m

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Niebla ceruchis (Ach.) Rundel & Bowler
L-0008790-MORW.A. Weber   791963-04-21
Mexico, Baja California, GUADALUPE ISLAND: on plateau just above weather station, Melpomene Cove, southern tip of the island., 91m

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Usnea strigosa (Ach.) Eaton
L-0015581-MORW.A. Weber   5751977-07-31
Mexico, Chihuahua, Southwestern Chihuahua. Between Quirire and Basigochic and drainages of Rio Batopilas and Rio Cobre., 2150m

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Pseudevernia intensa (Nyl.) Hale & Culb.
L-0012981-MORD.B. Dunn   185591971-12-31
Mexico, México, Mexico-boundary area. North slope of Popocatepetl. 500 ft. south of parking area., 3658 - 3962m

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L-0015491-MORC.G. Pringle   10,7551908-09-20
Mexico, HIDALGO, Cuyamaloya.

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L-0008220-MORC.G. Pringle   10,7341908-08-02
Mexico, Morelos, Lava fields, Cuernavaca (verified by Herbert A. Sierk).

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L-0014972-MORW.A. Weber   s.n.1963-04-23
Mexico, Baja California, Guadalupe Island: summit ridge of small islet (Islote Negro) just off southwest coast of main island., 60m

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Parmotrema arnoldii (Du Rietz) Hale
L-0009079-MORD.B. Dunn   171261970-12-27
Mexico, In national park area on highway from Toluca to Temascaltepec. A favorite picnic area. East of the Mt. Pass by about 2 miles.


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