Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Placidium norvegicum (Catapyrenium norvegicum)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
663529Hale, M.   3181950-07-10
Canada, Nunavut, Baffin Island, Clyde Fjord, 69.84 -70.4

Lichen herbarium, Tromsø Museum


TROM:L-TROM-L
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
521320/1Torstein Engelskjøn, Arve Elvebakk   85:4461985-07-18
Norway, Svalbard, Bünsow Land, Gipsdalen NE of Pyefjellet., 78.5207 17.0033, 120 - 120m

Lund Botanical Museum


LD
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
1891330Joh. Hulting   1867-00-00
Sweden, Härjedalen, Mittåkläppen, 62.74576 12.4399

LD
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
1895632S. Almquist   1866-00-00
Sweden, Härjedalen, Funäsdalsberget, 62.56358 12.53002

LD
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
1896784S. Almquist   1866-00-00
Sweden, Härjedalen, Mittåkläppen, 62.74576 12.4399

Montana State University Herbarium


MONT
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
MONT-L-0005961S. Eversman   LG84021984-06-20
United States, Montana, Gallatin, Field on south side of Interstate 90, Logan, 45.866667 -111.408333

MONT
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
MONT-L-0005962Sharon Eversman   953281995-07-21
United States, Wyoming, Teton, Top of tram at Teton Village ski area; 22 km NE of Jackson. Rendezvous Mountain, Teton National Forest, 43.6 -110.866667, 3167m

MONT
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
MONT-L-0005963Sharon Eversman   953521995-07-21
United States, Wyoming, Teton, Grand Teton National Park, Along trail on Rendezvous Mountain, Teton National Forest, 43.6 -110.866667, 3100m

MONT
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
MONT-L-0005964Sharon Eversman   987621998-08-06
United States, Wyoming, Park, Yellowstone National Park, north side of East Entrance Road, 6km W of East Entrance, 44.4593 -110.0595, 2273m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
153407S. Almquist   1866-00-00
Sweden, Härjedalen, Herj.: Midtåkläppen

O
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
153408B. Lynge   1926-07-29
Norway, Svalbard, Spitsb.: Indenfor Forsbladhamna

O
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
153409Eilif Dahl   1937-07-28
Greenland, Julianehaab Distrikt: Kiagtût ved Tunugdliarfik

O
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
153410B. Lynge   1926-07-29
Norway, Svalbard, Spitsb.: Bell Sund: Forsbladhamna

New York Botanical Garden


NY
1707081   

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Lichen herbarium


NLH-NMBU:MINA:L
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
1520Yngvar Gauslaa   1984-07-11
Norway, HORDALAND, ULVIK, Finse, Jomfrunut, 60.60631 7.519655, 1400 - 1400m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   3181950-07-10
Canada, Northwest Territories, Baffin Island. Head of Clyde Fiord.

University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
L62312T. Spribille, and D. Radies   02-20622002-10-06
Canada, British Columbia, Slim Creek Provincial Park, Robson Valley, 53.78 -121.2, 770m

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
WTU-F-070665Jim Riley   233092001-09-02
U.S.A., Alaska, Sitka, Sitka National Historical Park., 57.047083 -135.315067, 10m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
WIS-L-0072093Clayton Newberry   7051989-07-25
United States, Utah, Duchesne, Ashley National Forest, High Uintas. Wilderness Area, Swift Creek Basin. West-facing rockslide in Uinta Mountains., 40.65472 -110.35278, 3048m

WIS
Placidium norvegicum (Breuss) Breuss
WIS-L-0072094John W. Thomson   90691958-07-29
United States, Alaska, Franklin Bluffs on the Sagavanirktok River, 69.833333 -148.25


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