Dataset: TROM-L
Taxa: Opegraphaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lichen herbarium, Tromsø Museum


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48474/1Bernt-Gunnar Østerkløft   7032011-03-20
Malta, Xiemxia ved St. Pauls Island på Malta., 35.9167 14.3667

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561735/1N. G. Moe   1869-05-12
Norway, Oslo fylke, Oslo, Oslo: Græfsenaasen /Grefsenkollen/., 59.9601 10.8086

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561755/1N. G. Moe scr.   1865-06-12
Norway, Oslo fylke, Oslo, Oslo: Græfsenaasen / Grefsenkollen/., 59.9601 10.8086

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561759/1O.G. Blomberg   1881-00-00
Sweden, Södermanland, Söderm. Öija prgd.

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561756/1N. G. Moe   1866-09-17
Norway, Oslo fylke, Oslo, Oslo: Græfsenaasen /Grefsenkollen/., 59.9601 10.8086

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561758/1O.G. Blomberg   1881-00-00
Sweden, Södermanland, Söderm. Öija sn. St. Sundby.

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Ingaderia Darb.
564878/1Arve Elvebakk, E. Robertsen   95:3051995-10-19
Chile, Coquimbo, 25-30 km N of La Serena, c. 3 km S of Los Hornos, c. 500 m from the seashore. <County = Provincia de Elqui >, -29.5833 -71.3333, 100 - 100m

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45367/2Arve Elvebakk, Inger Kristin K. Tronstad   96:021996-11-02
Chile, Coquimbo, 1-2 km S of Los Vilos. <County = Provincia de Choapa >, -29.5833 -71.3333, 10 - 10m

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45623/1Inger Kristin K. Tronstad   96:091996-11-03
Chile, Coquimbo, Punta Hornos S, 20-25 km N of La Serena. <County = Provincia de Elqui >, -29.5833 -71.3333, 50 - 50m

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45624/1Inger Kristin K. Tronstad   96:091996-11-03
Chile, Coquimbo, Punta Hornos S, 20-25 km N of La Serena. <County = Provincia de Elqui >, -29.5833 -71.3333, 50 - 50m


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