Dataset: WIS
Search Criteria: Germany; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 19, records 1801-1828 of 1828

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Sphaerophorus globosus (Hudson) Vain.
WIS-L-0147143[collector unspecified]   s.n.1856-00-00
Germany, Bavaria, [no information], 48.943937 11.997559

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Toninia candida (Weber) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0147222Walther   585
Germany, Bavaria, Wallgau, 47.520775 11.28397

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WIS-L-0147195Wunderly   s.n.1837-00-00
Germany, [no information], 50.951301 10.349609

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WIS-L-0147299Wunderly   s.n.
Germany, [no information], 50.951301 10.349609

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WIS-L-0147180Rehm   s.n.
Germany, Bavaria, bei Ansbach, 49.304808 10.593098

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WIS-L-0147174Rehm   s.n.
Germany, Bavaria, bie Ansbach, 49.300425 10.571936

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WIS-L-0147216[illegible]   s.n.
Germany, [illeg.], 51.006637 10.481445

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Trapelia coarctata (Sm.) Choisy
WIS-L-0147240Rehm   s.n.1853-00-00
Germany, Bavaria, [illeg.] [Dietenhofen], 49.399975 10.695246

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Toninia candida (Weber) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0147221Walther   66
Germany, Bavaria, Wallgau (Bayern), 47.520775 11.28397

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WIS-L-0147177[collector unspecified]   s.n.
Germany, Bavaria, [Vutenhofen] bei Ansbach, 49.304808 10.593098

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Cladonia phyllophora Ehrh. ex Hoffm.
WIS-L-0147292[collector unspecified]   s.n.1912-10-00
Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Bosingerwald, 48.541853 8.632996

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WIS-L-0147168A. Walther   s.n.
Germany, Bavaria, Baireuth, 49.94564 11.571335

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Toninia sedifolia (Scop.) Timdal
WIS-L-0147227E. Wunderly   s.n.
Germany, [no information], 50.951301 10.349609

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Vahliella leucophaea (Vahl) P.M. Jørg.
WIS-L-0147337Rehm   s.n.1855-00-00
Germany, [illeg.] in Franken, 50.086016 11.941254

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WIS-L-0147357Rehm   s.n.1853-00-00
Germany, Bavaria, [illeg.] [Dietenhofen], 49.399975 10.695246

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Polycauliona candelaria (L.) Frödén, Arup, & Søchting
WIS-L-0147392J. Hillmann   s.n.1921-07-17
Germany, Brandenburg, Werneuchen (Kreis Oberbarnim) am Wege nach Wesendahl, 52.601526 13.814721

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Xanthoria elegans (Link) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0147401Rehm   s.n.1853-00-00
Germany, Bavaria, [illeg.] [Dietenhofen], 49.399975 10.695246

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Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0147416E. Wunderly   s.n.
Germany, [no further info], 50.951301 10.349609

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Xanthoria parietina (L.) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0147417J. Hillmann   s.n.1924-04-20
Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Lückhausen in Lippe, 51.983333 8.65

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Cladonia sulphurina (Michaux) Fr.
WIS-L-0150165Schade & Stolle   s.n.1925-10-00
Germany, Erzgeg: On wet moorland on the raised bog Zinnwald-Georgenfeld., 50.736763 13.762417

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WIS-L-0150163E. Stolle   s.n.1925-10-00
Germany, Oberlausitz: On the forest floor of a shady pine forest near Schwepnitz., 51.333333 13.966667

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Arthonia tumidula (Ach.) Ach.
WIS-L-0150213V. Krempelhunber   6491860-06-00
Germany, Bavaria, At the bark of younger firs in Wlirbichl-Thale near Marquartstein in Upper Bavaria, 47.758936 12.463094

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Cladonia cornutoradiata (Coem.) Sandst.
WIS-L-0150203J. Hillman   14471925-01-11
Germany, Brandenburg, Brandenburg, 52.416667 12.55

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WIS-L-0150425An. Schroppel   s.n.1963-03-00
Germany, Bavaria, Allgauer Alpen, Schwaben. An Straßenbäumen der wenig befahrenen Ortseinfahrt von Wiedmar, Kreis Füssen, 880m

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Phaeophyscia hirsuta (Mereschk.) Essl.
WIS-L-0150424An. Schroppel   s.n.1963-03-00
Germany, Bavaria, Ammergau Alpen, Schwaben, südlich Buching, Krs. Füssen, 800m

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Xanthoriicola physciae (Kalchbr.) D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0150423An. Schroppel   s.n.1963-03-00
Germany, Bavaria, Ammergau Alps, Swabia: On street trees south of Buching, Krs. Fussen, 800m

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Dibaeis roseus (Pers.) Clem.
WIS-L-0151144   
Germany

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Candelaria concolor (Dickson) Stein
WIS-L-0151110Erich Putzler   s.n.1948-07-11
Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Süddeutschland, Württemberg, Kreis Waiblingen, Stetten/Rems bei der Strasse zum Bahnhof


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