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

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University of Wisconsin - Madison

Gyalolechia subbracteata (Nyl.) Søchting, Frödén & Arup
WIS-L-0108645J. Poelt   s.n.1968-04-14
Tunisia, NW part of Djebel Zaghouan, W of Hammamet, 36.369112 10.108719, 500m

WIS-L-0108657O. Almborn   812231981-02-23
Tunisia, Desert W of Chorbane, ca. 50 km SE of Kairouan, 35.264208 10.224882, 200m

WIS-L-0120005G. Follmann   s.n.1967-02-01
Tunisia, Djerba Island; coast of Sihdi Mahrez near Houmet-Souk, 33.875764 10.857454, 10m

Porpidia macrocarpa (DC.) Hertel & A. J. Schwab
WIS-L-0121936H. Hertel   s.n.1968-04-12
Tunisia, Mts de la Medjerda. An der Autostrasse zwischen Les Chenes und Fernana., 36.661287 8.684815, 620m

WIS-L-0130768J. Peolt   61251968-04-12
Tunisia, NW-Tunisia: at Les Chenes, 7 km south of Ain Draham, 36.730446 8.68024, 730 - 760m

Lecania cyrtella (Ach.) Th. Fr.
WIS-L-0117250H. Mayrhofer   s.n.1982-04-20
Tunisia, Gulf of Hammamet, western edge of Sebkha Sidi Kralifa, about 1 km to Enfida, 36.18695 10.475622

Ocellomma picconianum (Bagl.) Ertz & Tehler
WIS-L-0117135J. Hafellner   s.n.1982-04-17
Tunisia, Golf of Hammamet, ca 10 km NNE Hammamet, 36.483199 10.659487

Rinodina dubyana (Hepp) J. Steiner
WIS-L-0117132H. Mayrhofer   s.n.1982-04-17
Tunisia, Gulf from Hammamet, ca. 10 km NNE of Hammamet, 36.18695 10.475622, 60 - 180m

WIS-L-0117134H. Mayrhofer   s.n.1982-04-17
Tunisia, Gulf of Hammamet, 36.18695 10.475622, 100m

Gloeoheppia turgida (Ach.) Gyeln.
WIS-L-0117117J. Hafellner   s.n.1982-04-21
Tunisia, Central Tunisia, 117 km NE Gafsa, Faid at Sidi Bouzid, 35.038234 9.484935

Scytinium fragile (Taylor) Otálora, P.M. Jørg. & Wedin
WIS-L-0117114J. Poelt   s.n.1982-04-19
Tunisia, Djebel Zaghouan (NW flank). Road to the relay station., 36.369112 10.108719, 300m

WIS-L-0117137J. Hafellner   s.n.1982-04-17
Tunisia, Golf of Hammamet, ca. 10 km NNE of Hammamet, 36.483199 10.659487

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