Dataset: TROM-L
Search Criteria: Greece; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lichen herbarium, Tromsø Museum


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Cladonia furcata (Hudson) Schrader
50615/1Hartvig Sætra   1996-05-18
Greece, Crete. Rethimno. Hill to E of Imbros. <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 800 - 800m

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Parmelina tiliacea (Hoffm.) Hale
562236/1Torstein Engelskjøn   1996-05-18
Greece, Kreta. Midtre del, sentralt: Aust for Imbros., 750 - 750m

TROM:L-TROM-L
Physcia aipolia (Ehrh.) Fürnr.
565308/1Torstein Engelskjøn   1996-05-18
Greece, Hellas: Crete, Rethimno, east of Imbros village. <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 750 - 750m

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565316/1Torstein Engelskjøn   1991-05-18
Greece, Crete: Rethimno, E of Imbros village. <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 750 - 750m

TROM:L-TROM-L
Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr.
620228/1Torstein Engelskjøn   1996-05-18
Greece, Kreta: Rethymno: Aust for Imbros, under åssida. <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 750 - 750m

TROM:L-TROM-L
Psora decipiens (Hedwig) Hoffm.
620233/1Hartvig Sætra   1996-05-18
Greece, Rethimno Hill E of Imbro.s <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 800 - 800m

TROM:L-TROM-L
Cladonia pocillum (Ach.) Grognot
620233/2Hartvig Sætra   1996-05-18
Greece, Rethimno Hill E of Imbro.s <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 800 - 800m

TROM:L-TROM-L
Cladonia foliacea (Hudson) Willd.
920075/1Hartvig Sætra   1996-05-18
Greece, Midt-Kreta: Imbros, åsen aust for landsbyen. <Stateprovince = Kreta >

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Cladonia foliacea (Hudson) Willd.
920117/1Hartvig Sætra   1996-05-18
Greece, Midt-Kreta: Imbros, åsen aust for landsbyen. <Stateprovince = Kreta >

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920158/1Torstein Engelskjøn   1996-05-18
Greece, Rethimno Province: Middle Crete, E of Imbros settlement. <Stateprovince = Kreta >, 750 - 750m


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Google Map

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