Dataset: CMN-CANL
Search Criteria: Estonia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


CMN:CANL
CANL 113917Brodo, Irwin M.   208711975-07-14
Estonia, S.S.R.

CMN:CANL
CANL 113918Brodo, Irwin M.   208731975-07-14
Estonia, S.S.R.

CMN:CANL
Peltigera hymenina (Ach.) Delise
CANL 119551Brodo, Irwin M.   316312004-08-22
Estonia, Jðgevamaa County: Endla Nature Reserve, Männikjärve bog trail., 58.8725 26.248889

CMN:CANL
Chaenotheca ferruginea (Turn. ex Sm.) Mig.
CANL 119769Brodo, Irwin M.   316252004-08-22
Estonia, Jðgevamaa County: Endla Nature Reserve, Männikjärve bog trail., 58.8725 26.248889

CMN:CANL
Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turn. ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
CANL 119770Brodo, Irwin M.   316262004-08-22
Estonia, Jðgevamaa County: Endla Nature Reserve, Männikjärve bog trail., 58.8725 26.248889

CMN:CANL
Ramalina pollinaria (Westr.) Ach.
CANL 127812Brodo, Irwin M.   316502004-08-23
Estonia, Lääne-Virumaa County: Madapea village, Madapea wooded meadow., 59.320278 26.1125

CMN:CANL
Rinodina bischoffii group
CANL 127813Brodo, Irwin M.   316692004-08-23
Estonia, Harjummaa County: Kostivere Karst field., 59.435278 25.1125

CMN:CANL
CANL 127810Brodo, Irwin M.   31648
Estonia, Lääne-Virumaa County: Madapea village, Madapea wooded meadow., 59.320278 26.1125

CMN:CANL
Lepraria incana (L.) Ach.
CANL 127809Brodo, Irwin M.   316272004-08-22
Estonia, Jðgevamaa County: Endla Nature Reserve, Männikjärve bog trail., 58.8725 26.248889

CMN:CANL
Buellia griseovirens (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Almb.
CANL 125134Brodo, Irwin M.   316432004-08-22
Estonia, Ida-Virumaa Co, Oonurme village, "Key Habitat" at Kautvere., 59.15 26.966667

CMN:CANL
CANL 127811Brodo, Irwin M.   316492004-08-23
Estonia, Lääne-Virumaa County: Madapea village, Madapea wooded meadow., 59.320278 26.1125


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