Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calicium viride (Calicium hyperellum, Calicium baliolum, Calicium hyperellum f. aciculare, Calicium hyperellum f. baliolum, Calicium hyperellum f. cretzoiui, Calicium hyperellum f. hyperellum, Calicium hyperellum f. viride, Calicium hyperellum var. baliolum, Calicium hyperellum var. filiforme, Calicium hyperellum var. glaucescens, Calicium hyperellum var. hyperellum, Calicium hyperellum var. leptosporum, Calicium hyperellum var. perbreve, Calicium hyperellum var. validius, Calicium viride f. leprosa, Calicium viride var. baliolum, Lichen hyperellus, Phacotrum hyperellum), Calicium viride f. aciculare, Calicium viride f. filiforme, Calicium viride f. viride, Calicium viride subsp. deminuens, Calicium viride subsp. viride, Calicium viride var. glaucescens, Calicium viride var. leptospora, Calicium viride var. viride, Calicium viride f. subathallina
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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Lichen herbarium, Tromsø Museum


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481192/1Arve Elvebakk   1995-08-18
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Nordreisa, Nordreisa: Kävräniva, c. 3 km NW of Sieima., 69.4197 21.65, 150 - 150m

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560430/1B. Lynge   1910-06-16
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Senja, Lenvik: Gibostad., 69.3575 18.0634

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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72271B. Lynge   1910-06-16
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Senja, Tromsø amt: Gibostad, 69.3587 18.0785, 1 - 60m

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72420N.G. Moe   1841-00-00
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Alta, Alten, 69.9687 23.3037, 1 - 100m

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72416J.M. Norman   1861-00-00
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Karasjok, Karasjok, 69.4725 25.5152, 130 - 300m


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Google Map

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