Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Baeomyces placophyllus (Biatora placophylla, Lecidea placophylla, Lichen placophyllus, Ludovicia placophylla, Patellaria placophylla, Sphyridium placophyllum, Tubercularia placophylla)
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Museum, Copenhagen, the Lichen Herbarium


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16313Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-17
Iceland, Bifröst, 65 -21

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16361Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-06
Iceland, Fagurhólsmýri, 64 -17

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16412Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-05
Iceland, Fagurhólsmýri, 64 -17

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16420Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-18
Iceland, Bifröst, 65 -21

Lund Botanical Museum


LD:General
1339229Patrik Frödén   1997-08-08
Iceland, Austurland, Borgarfjördur, Hofströnd, 65.51666667 -13.76666667

Natural History Museum of Denmark: The Herbarium of Lichens


C:L
16313Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-17
Iceland, Bifröst, 65 -21

C:L
16361Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-06
Iceland, Fagurhólsmýri, 64 -17

C:L
16412Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-05
Iceland, Fagurhólsmýri, 64 -17

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16420Eric Steen Hansen   1984-07-18
Iceland, Bifröst, 65 -21

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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230300B. Lynge   1937-07-21
Iceland, Stranda sýsla: Granumyrartunga, mot elven

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230301B. Lynge   1937-07-25
Iceland, Gullbringu sýsla: Hafnafjörður

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230302B. Lynge   1937-07-25
Iceland, Gullbringu sýsla: Hafnafjörður

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230305B. Lynge   1939-07-23
Iceland, Austur-Skaptafellssýsla: Foten av Medalfell

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230303B. Lynge   1937-07-25
Iceland, Gullbringu sýsla: Hafnafjörður

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230304B. Lynge   1937-07-08
Iceland, Myra sýsla: Grábrok

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230299B. Lynge   1937-07-03
Iceland, Árnes sýsla: Laugarvatn

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230307B. Lynge   1939-07-22
Iceland, Austur-Skaptafellssýsla: Hófn.

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230306B. Lynge   1939-07-23
Iceland, Austur-Skaptafellssýsla: Foten av Medalfell


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