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

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Natural History Museum of Denmark: The Herbarium of Lichens


C:L
Lichenoconium erodens M.S. Christ. & D. Hawksw.
6141Hans-Ulrich Kison   1999-03-00
Germany, Harz Mts, at higher regions.

C:L
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
5662Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1951-10-20
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Sjælland, Blovstrød sogn, Allerød, ved Teglværksstien, 55 12

C:L
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
5670Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1953-03-07
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Sjælland, Tikøb sogn, Snekkersten, 55 12

C:L
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
5672Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1966-12-04
Denmark, Zealand, 40, Sjælland, Greve, Mosede Strand, near Holmeager Gaard, 55 12

C:L
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
5687Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1943-04-05
Denmark, Eastern Jutland, 22a, stjylland, Femmøller, Mols Bjerge, 56 10

C:L
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
5912Mogens Skytte Christiansen   
Denmark, Zealand, 45a, NEZ, Herstedvester, 55 12

C:L
Lichenoconium usneae (Anzi) D. Hawksw.
5692Collector unknown   1895-04-00
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Sjælland, Grib Skov, 55 12

C:L
Lichenoconium usneae (Anzi) D. Hawksw.
5699Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1948-06-07
Denmark, Zealand, 40, Sjælland, Bråby sogn, Gisselfelt Park, 55 12

C:L
10921Vagn Alstrup   1995-09-24
Denmark, Zealand, 42, Sejer?, 55 11

C:L
5660Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1951-05-15
Denmark, Zealand, 40, Sjælland, Jersie sogn, Jersie Strand, 55 12

C:L
5663Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1952-07-02
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Sjælland, Hornbæk-Hellebæk sogn, Horneby Fælled, 55 12

C:L
5711Mogens Skytte Christiansen   1956-06-06
Denmark, Northern Jutland, 01, Jylland, Ugerby sogn, Ugerby Klit., 57 10

C:L
7013René S. Larsen   2000-10-00
Denmark, Northern Jutland, 09, NWJ, Spøttrup Kommune, Kås Skov, 56 8, 5 - 5m


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