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

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


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WIS-L-0119498S. Shushan   S-65971956-03-26
United States, New Mexico, Bernalillo, summit of Sandia Mts., 35.199892 -106.432765, 3200m

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WIS-L-0133320Josef Hafellner   92441981-08-16
Austria, Styria, Grazer Bergland: W slopes of the Hochlantsch, NE from Mixnitz, between the tavern "Zum guten Hirten" and Schüsserlbrunn, 47.35929 15.415019, 1300m

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WIS-L-0117178J. Hafellner   s.n.1976-10-00
Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, Mendel Range SW from Bozen, Mount Roën, 46.36 11.192222, 1850m

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WIS-L-0122361J. Hafellner   465891997-09-01
Austria, Styria, Steiermark Prov, Eisenerzer Alpen, Grublzinken S over Prabichl, c. 5 km SE of Eisenerz, by SW-Grat over Rottorli, 47.5 14.93333, 1900m

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Lichenostigma alpinum (R. Sant., Alstrup & D. Hawksw.) Ertz & Diederich
WIS-L-0135569K. Kalb   292261995-09-07
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Molongo Gorge Reserve, ca. 16 km E of Canberra, -35.333333 149.266667


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Google Map

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