Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Russian Federation; Komi Republic; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
503576M. Zhurbenko   971561997-07-17
Russian Federation, Komi Republic, North of Ural area, Pachora-Ilych state reserve, upper stream of Pechora River, 125 km SE of Troitsko-Pechorsk, in the vicinities of Sobinskaya village, 61.9833333 58.0333333, 160m

ASU
Nephroma arcticum (L.) Torss.
510007M. Zhurbenko   9786--21997-07-04
Russian Federation, Komi Republic, Northern Ural area, Pechora-Ilych state reserve, 165 km ESE of Troitsko-Pechorsk, upper stream of Pechora river, valley between Medvezh'ya and Yanypupuner Mountains, 62.0833333 59.1, 500m

ASU
Bryoria nadvornikiana (Gyelnik) Brodo & D. Hawksw.
509999M. Zhurbenko   971551997-07-03
Russian Federation, Komi Republic, Northern Ural, 165 km ESE of Troitsko-Pechorsk, upper stream of Pechora river, Pechora-Ilych state reserve, top of Yanypupuner range, "Zayachii Kamen", 62.0833333 59.1, 700m

ASU
527455M. Zhurbenko   97901997-07-28
Russian Federation, Komi Republic, Northern Ural area, 145 km ESE of Triotsko-Pechorsk, upper stream of Pechora river, 118 km upstream from Shezhim Cabin, Pechora-Ilych State Reserve, at junction of the rivers Pechora and Shezhim, near, 62.0166667 58.65, 220m

ASU
Platismatia glauca (L.) Culb. & C. Culb.
563313M. Zhurbenko   971411997-07-03
Russian Federation, Komi Republic, Northern Ural, Pechora-llych State Reserve, upper stream of Pechora River, 165 km ESE of Troitsko-Pechorsk, Yanypupuner Range, between mountains "981" and "894", 62.1 59.1166667, 700m


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