Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Euopsis pulvinata (Pyrenopsis pulvinata, Collema haemaleum, Euopsis haemalea, Lecidea pulvinata, Omphalaria pulvinata, Pannaria haemalea, Parmelia haemalea, Pyrenopsidium pulvinata, Pyrenopsis haemalea, Pyrenopsis pulvinata f. extendens, Pyrenopsis pulvinata f. pulvinata, Pyrenopsis pulvinata var. pulvinata, Pyrenopsis pulvinata var. terrigenum, Blennothallia haemalea, Omphalaria pulvinata var. laxa, Omphalaria pulvinata var. pachyphylla, Omphalaria pulvinata var. pulvinata, Omphalaria pulvinata var. schleicheri, Omphalaria pulvinata var. teretiuscula)
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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Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Euopsis pulvinata (Schaer.) Vain.
90323J.M. Norman   1867-09-30
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Tromsø, Tromsø, Øen, Sandnæs, 69.6944 18.9353, 1 - 20m

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Euopsis pulvinata (Schaer.) Vain.
90343J.M. Norman   
Norway, Troms og Finnmark, Hammerfest, in Hammerfestø ad Storvig, 70.6923 23.99, 1 - 100m


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Google Map

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