Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cetraria ericetorum (Cetraria crispa, Cetraria crispa f. crispa, Cetraria crispa f. inermis, Cetraria crispa f. minor, Cetraria crispa f. subtubulosa, Cetraria crispa var. crispa, Cetraria crispa var. japonica, Cetraria crispa var. maculata, Cetraria crispa var. prorumpens, Cetraria crispa var. subnigricans, Cetraria crispa var. tenuifolia, Cetraria islandica subsp. crispa, Cetraria islandica var. crispa, Cetraria islandica var. tenuifolia, Cetraria tenuifolia f. minor, Cetraria tenuifolia f. pustulata), Cetraria ericetorum subsp. ericetorum, Cetraria ericetorum subsp. reticulata, Cetraria ericetorum var. reticulatum, Cetraria ericetorum var. patagonica, Cetraria ericetorum f. ericetorum, Cetraria ericetorum f. libertina, Cetraria ericetorum f. vagans, Cetraria ericetorum subsp. patagonica, Cetraria ericetorum ericetorum
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
342607Kristinsson, Hördur   18266a1968-06-07
Iceland, Eastern Region, S of Breiodalsvik, Streitishvarf, Suður-Múlasýsla, 64.731 -13.997, 10 - 20m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
140154B. Lynge   1937-07-08
Iceland, Myrasysla, Grábrok

O
140161B. Lynge   1937-07-28
Iceland, Akrafjellet

University Museum of Bergen


BG:L
61139Lynge, B.   1939-08-13
ICELAND, EYJAFJARDARSYSLA, ovenfor Lögmarshlid, 300 - 400m

BG
61139/1B. Lynge   1939-08-13
Iceland, Eyjafjardarsysla, ovenfor Lögmarshlid

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0044367B. Lynge   s.n.1937-07-18
Iceland, Eyjafjarðarsýsla: [Statarskart], 65.5 -18.416667


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