Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Lopadium fuscoluteum, Biatora fuscolutea, Biatorella fuscolutea, Lecidea fuscolutea, Lopadium fuscoluteum var. austroamericana, Lopadium fuscoluteum var. fuscoluteum, Parmelia fuscolutea, Sporopodium fuscoluteum, Heterothecium fuscoluteum, Lecidea fuscolutea var. convexa, Lecidea fuscolutea var. fuscolutea, Lecidea fuscolutea var. leucoraea, Lichen fuscoluteus, Patellaria fuscolutea, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. austroamericana, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. austroamericanum, Sporopodium fuscoluteum var. fuscoluteum)
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lund Botanical Museum


LD:General
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
1994868Hördur Krtistinsson   1967-07-18
Iceland, Vesturland, No locality information available

LD:General
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
1994932B. Lynge   1939-08-18
Iceland, Vestfirdir, Hnífsdalur, 66.11 -23.12361111

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
160738E. Timdal   112132009-07-23
Iceland, bottom of Kolgrafafjördur, 90m

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Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
160767E. Timdal   112422009-07-24
Iceland, along road 60, hillside towards E at the top of Brattabrekka, 435m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dicks.) R. Sant.
B. Lynge   s.n.1937-07-08
Iceland

Uppsala University Exsiccati


UPS
Brigantiaea fuscolutea (Dickson) R. Sant.
L-030694H. Hertel   1979-07-18
Iceland, Vesturland, An der Passhöhe der Autostrasse zwischen Hvammur und Gilsfjordur, Svinadalur. Mjosundi, Drifandagil, 390m


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