Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peltigera neckeri (Peltigera polydactylon f. collina, Peltigera polydactylon f. microcarpa, Peltigera polydactylon var. microcarpa, Peltigera rufescens f. incusa, Peltidea polydactyla var. microcarpa)
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll.Arg.
185683Kristinsson, Hördur   152041967-08-06
Iceland, Suður-Þingeyjarsýsla, N of Fremri Mosar in Mjódalur Valley., 630m

DUKE
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll.Arg.
185684Kristinsson, Hördur   174841968-07-08
Iceland, Eastern Region, Vopnafjörour District, Böovarsdalur Valley, Dalland Farm, 65.716 -14.507, 50m

DUKE
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll.Arg.
185685Kristinsson, Hördur   145501968-08-03
Iceland, Northeastern Region, Hrísey Island, Yztibær Farm, 66.011 -18.401, 40m

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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Peltigera neckeri Müll. Arg.
138145R. Haugan, H. Kristinsson, E. Timdal   99582005-07-21
Iceland, Gardar, 64.8135 -23.1458, 2 - 5m

University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll. Arg.
L53181Hordur Kristinsson Nr.   105411968-07-20
Iceland, INv, Isafjardarsysla, Jokulfirdir District, Hesteyri, 66.34 -22.9, 25m

UBC:lichen
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll. Arg.
L53190Hordur Kristinsson Nr.   175441968-07-10
Iceland, IAu, Nordur-Mulasysla, near Pjodfell Mt, Hrutshaus, 65.49 -15.6, 550m

UBC:lichen
Peltigera neckeri Hepp ex Müll. Arg.
L53197Hordur Kristinsson Nr.   291711998-08-19
Iceland, INo, Sudur-Pingeyjarsysla, Laufas Farm, by Fnjoska River, 65.56 -18.1, 50m


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