Dataset: WIS
Search Criteria: Chile; Aysén; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


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WIS-L-0110245Per Dusén   s.n.1897-00-00
Chile, Aysén, Patagonia occidentalis, along Rio Aysén, -45.402541 -72.663892

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WIS-L-0110251Rolf Santesson   46001940-11-18
Chile, Aysén, Coyhaique Alto, -45.483333 -71.6, 1000m

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Cladonia gracilis (L.) Willd.
WIS-L-0112958H. Kashiwadani   183451981-11-24
Chile, Aysén, Parque Nacional de Rio Simpson, along route 245, -45.55154 -72.37262, 280m

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Cladonia squamosa var. subsquamosa (Nyl. ex Leighton) Vain.
WIS-L-0112961H. Kashiwadani   182701981-11-24
Chile, Aysén, Parque Nacional de Rio Simpson, along route 245, -45.55154 -72.37262, 280m

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WIS-L-0113008H. Kashiwadani   182671981-11-24
Chile, Aysén, Parque Nacional de Rio Simpson along route 245, -45.552981 -72.354977, 200m

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Punctelia stictica (Duby) Krog
WIS-L-0113030H. Kashiwadani   182111981-11-23
Chile, Aysén, Around Coihaique, -45.566667 -72.066667, 300m

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Sticta fuliginosa (Hoffm.) Ach.
WIS-L-0085971H. Kashiwadani   181981981-11-23
Chile, Aysén, around Coihaique, -45.576352 -72.062055, 300m

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Cladonia squamosa var. subsquamosa (Nyl. ex Leighton) Vain.
WIS-L-0086313H. Kashiwadani   182181981-11-24
Chile, Aysén, Parque Nacional de Rio Simpson, along route 245., -45.55154 -72.37262, 200m

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WIS-L-0121105L. Tibell   181941989-02-05
Chile, Aysén, Lago las Torres Camping Site, ca. 110 km NNE Pto. Aisén, along Carretera Austral, close to the Guardaparque, -44.4166667 -72.5

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Sphaerophorus dodgei (Ohlsson) Wedin
WIS-L-0121570Mats Wedin   13931989-02-05
Chile, Aysén, 110 km NNE Pto. Asien, along Carretera Austral, Lago las Torres., -44.41667 -72.5

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WIS-L-0147108P. Dusén   s.n.1897-04-00
Chile, Aysén, Patagonia occidentalis in insulis Guaitecas, -43.896446 -73.745102


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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