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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium

Collema nigrescens (Hudson) DC.
500648G. Follmann   1980-07-01
Slovenia, Julien Alps, N-slope of Vogel Mtn., 1200m

Leptogium saturninum (Dickson) Nyl.
500531G. Follmann   1980-07-01
Slovenia, Julien Alps, Tamar Cabin in the Planica Valley, 1100m

Amandinea punctata (Hoffm.) Coppins & Scheid.
503404H. Mayrhofer   121381994-11-18
Slovenia, Trnovski Gozd, Lokve S of Cepovan, 46 13.7833333, 950m

ASUL018533H. Mayrhofer   126821995-11-01
Slovenia, Pohorje, between Koca na Pesku and Pekel, E of Pesek, MTB 9558/1, 46.4666667 15.35, 1350m

ASUL018511H. Mayrhofer   159582002-07-02
Slovenia, Velenje, Paški Kozjak, NE of Velenje, near the church "St. Jošt" Savinja, 46.3833333 15.1833333, 1070m

Candelaria concolor (Dickson) Stein
603963Helmut Mayrhofer   203492003-07-02
Slovenia, Nova Gorica, Primorska, Goriska, Southern Alps, Julian Alps, Koritnica Valley, 8.3 km north-northeast of Bovec, near the village Log pod Mangartom, northeast of Spodnji Log, 46.402778 13.602778, 640m

Mycoblastus affinis (Schaer.) Schauer
611593Franc Batic   s.n.2009-07-16
Slovenia, Bled, Julijske Alpe (=Julian Alps), 10 km W of Bled, Triglav National Park, Pokljuka, Krucmanove konte, Upper Carniola, 46.363889 13.976389, 1250m

Cladonia macroceras (Delise) Hav.
611667Josef Hafellner   715072008-07-20
Slovenia, Central Eastern Alps, Styrian Prealps, Kobansko, mountain top ("Jantschkifels") 7.6 km NE above Dravograd (=Unterdrauburg), W above the chapel Sv.Urban, uppermost slopes exposed to S just below the summit, close to the border to Austria; 015°03'49"E, 46.65222 15.06361, 1360m

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