Dataset: WIS
Taxa: Lichenoconiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Lichenoconium erodens M.S. Christ. & D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0141331M. Skytte Christiansen   42241984-07-12
Denmark, Lolland: Majbölle, KE of Saksköbing. Storskov, in the wood Hejreskov, UTM grid reference: 32 UPF 73982, 54.858112 11.695959

WIS
Lichenoconium laevisporum Kalb & Hafellner
WIS-L-0089551K. Kalb   200571988-08-26
Australia, Queensland, Machans Beech; few km north of Cairns, at Barron River, -16.85 145.75, 3m

WIS
Lichenoconium laevisporum Kalb & Hafellner
WIS-L-0130934K. Kalb   282231978-05-27
Brazil, São Paulo, Serra da Mantiqueira: Monteiro Lobato, about 50 km north of São José dos Campos, -22.958091 -45.830613, 1100m

WIS
Lichenoconium laevisporum Kalb & Hafellner
WIS-L-0133313K. Kalb   211621988-08-26
Australia, Queensland, Machans Beech; few km north of Cairns, at Barron River, -16.85 145.75, 3m

WIS
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0069313George W. Scotter   1-263861978-07-15
Canada, Northwest Territories, Inuvik Region, Cape Parry Area near Pin Main Dewline, 70.016667 -126.95, 0 - 75m

WIS
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0106334M.Skytte Christiansen   13271981-01-02
Denmark, (Zealand): Karlstrup, karlstrup Strandpark, on the parking ground of the public park "Trylleskoven", near the sea-shore (UTM grid ref. 33UUB262598), 55.549651 12.244776

WIS
Lichenoconium usneae (Anzi) D. Hawksw.
WIS-L-0133314Josef Hafellner   12588
Austria, Styria, Hochschwab-Gruppe, See Valley W from Seewiesen, ca. 10 km NE from Aflenz, 47.621856 15.246136, 930m

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WIS-L-0147556A. Vezda   s.n.1962-09-03
Czech Republic, Bhemoslovakia - Moravia: Litovel, prope pagum Hvozd, 49.701209 17.076155, 500m


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