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

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Natural History Museum of Denmark: The Herbarium of Lichens


C:L
Porina aenea (Wallr.) Zahlbr.
2636Mona Nissen   1993-03-27
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Zealand, Arrenæs, 55 12

C:L
14588Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-15
Reunion, Basse Vallee, 4 km north-east of St. Philippe, -21 55, 640 - 640m

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Porina rufula (Kremp.) Vain.
14589Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-15
Reunion, Basse Vallee, 4 km north-east of St. Philippe, -21 55, 640 - 640m

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Porina atriceps (Vain.) Vain.
14595Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-15
Reunion, Basse Vallee, 4 km north-east of St. Philippe, -21 55, 640 - 640m

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Porina atriceps (Vain.) Vain.
14604Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-15
Reunion, Basse Vallee, 4 km north-east of St. Philippe, -21 55, 640 - 640m

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14713Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-16
Reunion, Foret de Bebour, -21 55, 1500 - 1500m

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14732Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-18
Reunion, Rempart du tremblet, kipuka 500 years old, -21 55, 230 - 230m

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Porina rufula (Kremp.) Vain.
14823Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-22
Reunion, Takamaka, -21 55, 790 - 790m

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Porina atriceps (Vain.) Vain.
14824Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-22
Reunion, Takamaka, -21 55, 790 - 790m

C:L
14845Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-22
Reunion, Takamaka, -21 55, 790 - 790m

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14853Sanne Johansson & Stig Rønhede   2001-08-23
Reunion, Foret de Damoure, -21 55

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Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
16945Peer Corfixen, Steen Christensen & Eric S. Hansen   2002-10-21
Denmark, Zealand, 45b, Sjælland, Frederiksværk, Auderød Skov, 55 12


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