Dataset: MNA
Taxa: Aspleniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
B.1400Whiting, A.F. & Major Brady   1935-08-02
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Elden Mountain, 35.246043 -111.606502

MNA
B.44323McBride, Wendy   14152020-06-20
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, From Mt. Elden trailhead parking lot follow Mt. Elden trail toward the base of Mt. Elden. At the intersection, turn left (southwest) and continue for approximately 0.3 mi along the Forces of Nature Trail. Just west and uphill of the trail there is a west-trending gully/small canyon with Pseudotsuga menziesii and Abies concolor overstory. Leave the trail and head west into the gully/uphill for about 180 m (600 ft). The large vertical crack with the Asplenium adiantum-nigrum occurs just east of this gully amidst several large boulders and above a large cave with copious spray paint markings., 35.23117 -111.58833, 2185m

MNA
Asplenium platyneuron (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
B.44324McBride, Wendy   14262020-08-08
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Southeast slab slope of Mt. Elden; from Forces of Nature Trail, up southeast slope of Mt. Elden for ca. 0.16 mi. First ASPL location occurs ca. 0.47 mi NW of U.S. Forest Service office, and 0.71 mi SE of Lookout Tower at top of Elden., 35.23247 -111.58894, 2307m

MNA
Asplenium platyneuron (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
B.44321McBride, Wendy   14062020-06-16
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Mount Elden; Approximately 0.17 mi N (uphill) of the Forces of Nature Trail and 200 ft W of a large gully that has an overstory comprised of Pseudotsuga menziesii and Abies concolor., 35.23298 -111.58876, 2269m

MNA
B.28003Windham, M.D.   0117B1980-03-15
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Small tributary on the south side of Wet Beaver Creek Canyon at a point 2.07 km SE of Casner Butte and 1.21km NNE of Long Canyon Tank, Coconino NE, T15N, R6E, Sec 24, SE 1/4, SE 1/4, SE 1/4, Universal Transverse Mercator 3836610m. N by 439575m. E (Zone 12), growing in crevice in bottom of ravine on W wall of side canyon, well shaded and supplied with intermittent runoff. The soil is shallow and is a heterogeneous product of alluvial action and local development. Derived from Coconino Sandstone and local basalt and organics. Crevice walls are Coconino Sandstone. About 10degree slope, facing NE, rare, confined to well-shaded crevices and ravines, associated with Rhamnus, Garrya, Fraxinus, pinus, Quercus, and Nolina, primarily chaparral with some Pinyon-Juniper Woodland elements. The pinnae are more membranaceous than usual, probably the result of ample shade and water in this locality., 34.673791 -111.660398

MNA
B.42909Phillips, Barbara G.   s.n.1985-08-07
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Base of Mt. Elden, Flagstaff, 1.11 km NE of Elden Spring and 0.68 km WNW of Elden Ranger Station, 35.227222 -111.589444

MNA
B.6462Phillips, Walter S.   1945-09-11
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mogollon Rim road between Heber & Young Road near Alder Lake on Rock ledges., 34.378252 -110.965524

MNA
B.9727Lefebure, A.   837
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, San Francisco Peaks, 35.336277 -111.675853

MNA
B.29599Morefield, J.D.   2963(d)1985-07-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, 0.5 mile S 50degrees W of Little Elden Spring on the northeast ridge, T22N R8E S19. Exposed dacite crevices facing 80degrees SE., 35.2738 -111.5867

MNA
B.43813Franz, Clark E.   89-3141989-07-18
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Kehl Canyon, 34.48639 -111.31333, 2256m

MNA
B.1387Whiting, A.F. & Major Brady   1935-08-02
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Elden Mtn., 35.254875 -111.60633

MNA
B.10274Hevly, R.H.   
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, W Fork, Oak Creek Canyon, 34.988569 -111.746787

MNA
B.16476Johnsen, Ardith B.   1173
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, W Fork of Oak Creek Canyon-growing out of a crack in a large Coconino sandstone boulder near the head of a wash, 34.912457 -111.726931

MNA
B.26673Windham, M.D.   1978-05-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, In small side canyon that joins the W fork of Oak Creek Canyon, Coconino NF, 34.997057 -111.754497

MNA
B.31694Phillips, B.G. & Milne, J.   86-1581986-09-13
USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz County, Bellows Spring, Madera Canyon area., 31.69972 -110.85

MNA
B.43819Franz, Clark E.   89-3371989-07-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Miller Canyon, 34.50056 -111.23806, 2256m

MNA
B.43873Franz, Clark E.   89-4891989-09-02
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Bear Canyon, 34.537804 -111.204581, 2134m

MNA
B.44180Franz, Clark E.   s.n.1990-07-30
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, General Springs, 34.458654 -111.250577

MNA
B.44156Franz, Clark E.   s.n.1990-07-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Bear Canyon, 34.4555 -111.2137, 2256m

MNA
B.44123Franz, Clark E.   s.n.1990-07-25
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, West Moonshine Draw, 34.487806 -111.145968

MNA
B.43920Franz, Clark E.   s.n.1990-05-25
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, General Springs, 34.458654 -111.250577, 2103m

MNA
B.44322McBride, Wendy   14082020-06-16
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Mount Elden; In a deep (ca. 6 ft) cave in dacite bedrock just N of the Forces of Nature Trail; growing in the base of a pothole in the N wall of the cave., 35.23266 -111.58885, 2274m


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