Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Norfolk Island; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Parmotrema reticulatum (Taylor) M. Choisy
556430H. Streimann   192661984-12-09
Norfolk Island, Bumbora Reserve, -29.0583333 167.9416667, 10m

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568094H. Streimann   537921994-04-16
Norfolk Island, Cascade Creek, Cascade Reserve, -29.0177778 167.9708333, 20m

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Pannaria fulvescens (Mont.) Nyl.
567869H. Streimann   538851994-04-18
Norfolk Island, 'Formosa Road', Forestry Reserve, Norfolk Island National Park, -29.0158333 167.9355556, 200m

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Ramalina stevensiae Elix, Laily & Samsuddin
568087H. Streimann   538071994-04-16
Norfolk Island, Summit Track, between Mts Pitt and Bates, Norfolk Island National Park, -29.0208333 167.9375, 300m

ASU
567928H. Streimann   538061994-04-16
Norfolk Island, Summit Track, between Mts Pitt and Bates, Norfolk Island National Park, -29.0208333 167.9375, 300m

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569202H. Streimann   346631984-12-08
Norfolk Island, Track at end of Sellwyn Pine Road, -29.0166667 167.9347222, 220m

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Parmotrema tinctorum (Delise ex Nyl.) Hale
549203H. Streimann   348601984-12-10
Norfolk Island, Bumbora Reserve, -29.0583333 -167.9338889, 25m

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Usnea Dill. ex Adans.
606961Robinson   27502
Norfolk Island, Norfolk Island, -29.03696 167.96104

ASU
Parmotrema tinctorum (Delise ex Nyl.) Hale
549233H. Streimann   321641984-12-03
Norfolk Island, Filmy Fern Trail, off Selwyn Pine Road, Mount Pitt Reserve, -29.0222222 -167.9677778, 140m

ASU
548537H. Streimann   342641984-12-06
Norfolk Island, Mt. Pitt Reserve, track leading W from Mt. Bates., -29.0083333 -167.9341667, 280m


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