Dataset: CHSC
Taxa: Caliciaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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The Chico State Herbarium


CHSC
Buellia penichra (Tuck.) Hasse
CHSC106165Colin P. Dillingham   23762007-08-14
United States, California, Plumas, Plumas National Forest, Beckwourth Ranger District. Along Poplar Creek, about 1.4 miles W of Knickrem Mill (site) along forest road 23N08, 4 miles SW of Cromberg. Big Hill site 11. UTM Zone 10 N-4409934, E-693459 T23N R11E S34 SW of NW, 39.814444 -120.733333, 1451m

CHSC
Buellia oidalea (Nyl.) Tuck.
CHSC109305T. Carlberg   020352009-02-27
United States, California, Butte, Big Chico Creek State Park: Southeast side of creek, northeast of golf course. UTME 606026 N 4402834 (CONUS Zone 10)., 39.768889 -121.761667, 100m

CHSC
Dimelaena radiata (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
CHSC109363Lowell Ahart   135732007-02-15
United States, California, Nevada, About 20 feet south of the poor old water ditch, on the north side of the South Fork of the Yuba River, about 200 yards east of Bridgeport State Park. T17N R07E S35 SW1/4, 39.289722 -121.174167, 224m

CHSC
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
CHSC019808M. Mauer   51972-02-16
United States, California, Butte, Bare Hole, Upper Bidwell Park, Chico., 39.776667 -121.750833

CHSC
Calicium viride (Ach.) Ach.
CHSC019832M. Mauer   501972-03-11
United States, California, Tehama, 3 mi w of Mineral on Hwy 36., 40.344444 -121.665833

CHSC
Thelomma californicum (Tuck.) Tibell
CHSC024032C. J. Roy   1131975-02-08
United States, California, Mendocino, 29.23 miles east of Hwy 1 on Hwy 20., 39.393611 -123.395556

CHSC
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
CHSC024040C. J. Roy   2081975-02-22
United States, California, Plumas, Injun Jim Campground, Hwy 70., 39.951667 -121.301389

CHSC
Dimelaena radiata (Tuck.) Mull. Arg.
CHSC024041C. J. Roy   291975-01-30
United States, California, Butte, Mud Creek and Cohasset Road., 39.815833 -121.847778

CHSC
Buellia disciformis (Ach.) De Not.
CHSC047717D. T. Kowalski   1960-07-08
United States, Michigan, Emmet, 2 miles S. of Sturgeon Bay.

CHSC
Buellia erubescens (Hoffm.) A. Massal.
CHSC047718D. T. Kowalski   1960-08-05
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Grapevine Pt. U.M.B.S.

CHSC
Calicium viride (Ach.) Ach.
CHSC047719Donald T. Kowalski   1970-06-26
United States, Washington, 3 miles below Sunrise Pt. Mt. Rainier National Park., 1524m

CHSC
CHSC047722D. T. Kowalski   1965-05-22
United States, California, Tehama, 4 miles S of Lassen National Park., 40.374167 -121.531944

CHSC
Thelomma californicum (Tuck.) Tibell
CHSC047823G. R. Pintler   1978-02-04
United States, California, Mendocino, 29.68 miles east of State Hwy 1, on State Hwy 20., 39.391944 -123.403889

CHSC
CHSC047866D. T. Kowalski   1960-08-13
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, U.M.B.S.

CHSC
Cyphelium inquinans (Sm.) Trevis.
CHSC047867D. T. Kowalski   1975-08-17
United States, Oregon, Canyon Creek.

CHSC
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
CHSC048396H. Mehler   1960-07-30
United States, Michigan, Cheboygan, Colonial Pt. Near Burt Lake.

CHSC
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
CHSC071344Gary Jones   1975-02-22
United States, California, Tehama, 1/4 mi. E of Childs Meadows., 40.357222 -121.491944, 1463m

CHSC
Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
CHSC071346K. D. Whitney   2631979-02-17
United States, California, Tehama, Junction of State Hwys. 36 & 32., 40.279444 -121.421111, 1220m

CHSC
Buellia muriformis A. Nordin & T√łnsberg
CHSC088018Shirley Tucker   356461997-09-16
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Across road from Los Osos Baywood Middle School, +/- 1 block E of South Bay Blvd. On El Morro Av, Baywood, Los Osos, S of Morro Bay., 35.326389 -120.819444

CHSC
Diploicia canescens (Dicks.) A. Massal.
CHSC088043Shirley Tucker   376532002-06-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, On property of S. Carlquist, Via Huerta, Hope Ranch, Santa Barbara., 34.423056 -119.779722


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