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

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Lichen herbarium, Tromsø Museum


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470226/1Rolf Santesson   1963-07-06
United Kingdom, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, St. Mary's, Old Town Bay.

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Roccella phycopsis (Ach.) Ach.
470228/1Rolf Santesson   161261963-07-23
United Kingdom, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, Annet, western side.

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vainio
50779/1Torstein Engelskjøn, Robert Kloster   1992-08-29
United Kingdom, Scotland, Scotland: Veg til Dalwhinnie - Laggan.

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Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
510227/1Rolf Santesson   156901963-07-08
United Kingdom, Scilly Isles, Tresco, on the slope N.E. of the monument (S. of Great Pool).

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Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm.
520636/1Rolf Santesson   n.154721963-07-03
United Kingdom, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, St. Agnes, Near Horse Point.

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Cladonia silvatica (L.) Hoffm
560609/1Johannes Lid   1925-07-03
United Kingdom, Scotland, Scotland: Crianlarich.

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561959/1Rolf Santesson   n. 158401963-07-12
United Kingdom, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, Gugh Island.

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564031/1Rolf Santesson   1963-07-03
United Kingdom, England, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, St. Agnes, near Horse Point.

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Cladonia portentosa (Dufour) Coem.
620230/1Torstein Engelskjøn, Robert Kloster   1992-08-31
United Kingdom, Scotland, United Kingdom: Scotland: Isle of Skye E of Beinn Dearg Mohr, 130 - 130m

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Ramalina cuspidata (Ach.) Nyl.
690318/1Rolf Santesson   n. 15475 a1963-07-03
United Kingdom, Cornwall: Scilly Isles, St. Agnes, near Horse Point.

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Platismatia glauca (L.) W.L.Culb. & C.F.Culb.
710113/1Torstein Engelskjøn, Robert Kloster   1992-08-30
United Kingdom, Scotland, Scotland: Vegen fra Loch Ness til Kylealsh, dal under fjellet Five Sisters.


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