Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Luxembourg; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
502406T.H. Nash III   435701999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, sandstone area at upper end of small valley near Berdorf, 49.8083333 6.3666667, 240m

ASU
Enterographa hutchinsiae (Leighton) A. Massal.
502376T.H. Nash III   435711999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, sandstone area at upper end of small valley near Berdorf, 49.8083333 6.3666667, 240m

ASU
502375T.H. Nash III   435721999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, sandstone area at upper end of small valley near Berdorf, 49.8083333 6.3666667, 240m

ASU
Enterographa zonata (Körb.) Kallsten
502379T.H. Nash III   435731999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, sandstone area at upper end of small valley near Berdorf, 49.8083333 6.3666667, 240m

ASU
502409T.H. Nash III   435741999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, Aesbach in small valley between Berdorf and Echternach, 49.8166667 6.3666667, 220m

ASU
Lecanactis abietina (Ach.) Körb.
502373T.H. Nash III   435751999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, Aesbach in small valley between Berdorf and Echternach, 49.8166667 6.3666667, 220m

ASU
Graphis scripta (L.) Ach.
502403T.H. Nash III   435761999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, Aesbach in small valley between Berdorf and Echternach, 49.8166667 6.3666667, 220m

ASU
502405T.H. Nash III   435771999-10-03
Luxembourg, Echternach, Aesbach in small valley between Berdorf and Echternach, 49.8166667 6.3666667, 220m

ASU
506889P. Diederich   70951986-07-05
Luxembourg, S Derenbach

ASU
Buellia griseovirens (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Almb.
ASUL018085   1984-10-26
Luxembourg, W Hunsdorf (Lorentzweiler)

ASU
521271P. Diederich   2000-04-12
Luxembourg, Gutland, Vogelsmühle, vallon du Halerbach, rive droite, IFBL: L9.11.11; UTM: LA.02

ASU
Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
521754P. Diederich   1983-04-02
Luxembourg, Berdorf, G.-D.

ASU
Lichenostigma rugosa Thor
526029P. Diederich   54721984-05-31
Luxembourg, NE Feulen, Wark Valley

ASU
Leproloma membranaceum (Dickson) Vain.
525860P. Diederich   56991984-08-01
Luxembourg, NE Oberfeulen, Wark Valley

ASU
525837H.P. Diederich   60501984-11-18
Luxembourg, Beaufort, Hallerbach

ASU
Candelariella reflexa (Nyl.) Lettau
525824   1984-03-18
Luxembourg, Lorentzweiler

ASU
526477P. Diederich   85681987-08-29
Luxembourg, SE Lasauvage, Grand-Bois

ASU
Hobsonia christiansenii B.L. Brady & D. Hawksw.
530349G. Marson   78671986-11-20
Luxembourg, SSW Bascharage, Moulin de Bascharage

ASU
530914P. Diederich   2000-03-22
Luxembourg, Capellen, near the railway station IFBL: M8.13.11, UTM: KA. 80

ASU
Lichenoconium lecanorae (Jaap) D. Hawksw.
531785P. Diederich   5399-a1984-05-03
Luxembourg, W Prettange, Gousselerbierg

ASU
Skyttea nitschkei (Körb.) Sherwood, D. Hawks. & Coppins
535930P. Diederich   67951984-11-18
Luxembourg, Beaufort, Hallerbach

ASU
Taeniolella punctata M.S. Christ. & D. Hawksw.
535927P. Diederich   84601987-08-20
Luxembourg, N Hagelsdorf, Hënnescht Haard

ASU
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
537288P. Diederich   5399-b1984-05-03
Luxembourg, W Prettange, Gousselerbierg

ASU
Micarea botryoides (Nyl.) Coppins
ASUL000633P. Diederich   59061985-01-28
Luxembourg, Lorentzweiler, E Bofferdange

ASU
Mycoblastus sterilis Coppins & P. James
556550P. Diederich   1984-10-26
Luxembourg, W Hunsdorf (Lorentzweiler)

ASU
Vouauxiella lichenicola (Lindsay) Petr. & Sydow
557704P. Diederich   84571987-08-20
Luxembourg, N Hagelsdorf, Hënnescht Haard

ASU
Porina aenea (Wallr.) Zahlbr.
565973P. Diederich   36361983-04-24
Luxembourg, Blaschette

ASU
Trapeliopsis gelatinosa (Flörke) Coppins & P. James
566782B. Coppins   59041985-01-28
Luxembourg, Lorentzweiler, E Bofferdange

ASU
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
575561P. Diederich   160552005-04-13
Luxembourg, lorrain, SW of Gonderange, Kripsweieren


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