Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora caesiosora (Lecanora cenisia var. soredians)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Lat: 69.31832 - 72.58083 Long: 9.93164 - 29.09180; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
24413B. Lynge   1910-06-10
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Karlsøy, Mikkelsvik, 70.0679 19.0377, 5 - 100m

University Museum of Bergen


BG:L
79822Tønsberg, T.   2004-09-15
Norway, FINNMARK, PORSANGER, NE of Smørfjord, Neset (Guoskatnjárga), 70.523427 25.101164

BG:L
60062Tønsberg, T.   1982-07-21
Norway, FINNMARK, TANA, 2 km E of Skiipagurra, 70.171422 28.281199, 100 - 120m

BG:L
68945Tønsberg, T.   1988-08-04
Norway, FINNMARK, TANA, S of Lævvajok fjellstue, at Dår'dnejåkka, 69.888077 26.413686, 120 - 140m

BG:L
39610vstedal, D.O.   1983-07-17
Norway, TROMS, TROMS?, Sandøya, 69.69753 18.77364

BG
39610/1D.O. Øvstedal   1983-07-17
Norway, Troms, Tromsø, Sandøya, 69.69753 18.77364

BG
60062/1T. Tønsberg   71901982-07-21
Norway, Finnmark, Tana, 2 km E of Skiipagurra, 70.1696 28.281

BG
68945/1T. Tønsberg   112301988-08-04
Norway, Finnmark, Tana, S of Lævvajok fjellstue, at Dår'dnejåkka, 69.8862 26.4138

BG
96320/1T. Tønsberg   358362005-08-02
Norway, Finnmark, Hammerfest, Seiland, Kjerringholmen, 70.5749 23.5697

BG
95256/1T. Tønsberg   400062010-06-28
Norway, Finnmark, Porsanger, Stabbursdalen National Park, W of Madarcåk'ka, along the path, 70.1678 24.7279

BG
94907/1T. Tønsberg   399752010-06-26
Norway, Finnmark, Nesseby, Mortensnes, along path to the bird cliff, just uphill from the famous fishing place, 70.1246 29.0567

BG
79822/1T. Tønsberg   347212004-09-15
Norway, Finnmark, Porsanger, NE of Smørfjord, Neset (Guoskatnjárga), 70.5234 25.1012

BG
94689/1T. Tønsberg   419782012-08-20
Norway, Troms, Kåfjord, N of lake Guolasjavri, Mt. Nuortitt, SW-facing slope, 69.3738 21.0818


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