Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Catillaria chalybeia, Catillaria chalybeia var. chalybeia (Buellia chalybeia, Lecidea baliola, Lecidea chalybeia, Lecidea melastigma, Biatorina baliola, Biatorina chalybeia, Biatorina melastigma, Microlecia chalybeia, Patellaria baliola, Patellaria chalybeia, Biatorina chalybeia subsp. chalybeia, Microlecia lenticularis var. chalybeia), Catillaria chalybeia var. chloropoliza (Catillaria chloroscotina, Lecidea chloropoliza, Lecidea chloroscotina, Lecidea lenticularis f. chloropoliza, Biatorina chalybeia subsp. chloroscotina, Biatorina lenticularis f. chloropoliza, Biatorina lenticularis var. chloropoliza), Catillaria chalybeia f. achlora, Catillaria chalybeia f. athalliza, Catillaria chalybeia f. chalybeia, Catillaria chalybeia f. ilicis, Catillaria chalybeia f. minutula, Catillaria chalybeia f. smaragdula, Catillaria chalybeia f. vulgaris, Catillaria chalybeia var. velebitica
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) Massal.
138133R. Haugan, H. Kristinsson, E. Timdal   99462005-07-20
Iceland, Myrasysla, Álftanes, 64.4708 -22.1525, 1 - 2m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) A. Massal.
WIS-L-0121954H. Hertel   s.n.1979-06-29
Iceland, Sudurland, Árnessýsla. Flache Felsküste (Lava-Bänke), ca 2 km WSW Stokkseyri, 63.827778 -21.016667

Uppsala University Exsiccati


UPS
Catillaria chalybeia (Borrer) A. Massal.
L-030699H. Hertel   1979-06-29
Iceland, Sudurland, Flache Felsküste (Lava-Bänke), ca 2 km WSW Stokkseyri


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