Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lecanora frustulosa (Lecanora frustulosa var. argopholis, Parmelia frustulosa, Rinodina frustulosa, Lichen frustulosus, Patellaria frustulosa, Placodium frustulosum, Schistoplaca argopholis), Lecanora frustulosa f. frustulosa, Lecanora frustulosa f. grisea, Lecanora frustulosa f. muscicola, Lecanora frustulosa f. subeffigurata, Lecanora frustulosa f. viridis, Lecanora frustulosa var. candida, Lecanora frustulosa var. cinerascens, Lecanora frustulosa var. frustulosa, Lecanora frustulosa var. ludwigii, Lecanora frustulosa var. occidentalis, Lecanora frustulosa var. subventosa, Lecanora frustulosa var. thiodes
Search Criteria: Iceland; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Lund Botanical Museum


LD:General
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
1557737B. Lynge   1937-07-15
Iceland, Nordurland eystra, Húsavik, 66.0475 -17.34361111

LD:General
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
1557857Chr [Grönlund]   1876-07-10
Iceland, No locality information available

LD:General
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
1557917Hördur Kristinsson   1968-08-10
Iceland, Austurland, No locality information available

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
Lecanora frustulosa (Dicks.) Haugan & Timdal
169835B. Lynge   1937-07-15
Iceland, Husavik

University Museum of Bergen


BG:L
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
40095Ihlen, P.G.   1998-08-14
ICELAND, BORGARFJARDARSYSLA, ca. 2 km E of place Botnsskáli, 100 - 100m

BG:L
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
63536Lynge, B.   1937-07-04
ICELAND, ARNESSYSLA, Laugarvatnfjell

BG
Lecanora frustulosa (Dickson) Ach.
40095/1P.G. Ihlen   8781998-08-14
Iceland, Borgarfjardarsysla, ca. 2 km E of place Botnsskáli

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0118251B. Lynge   s.n.1937-06-29
Iceland, Kjósarsýsla: Reykir, 65.542322 -20.213507


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