Dataset: ASU
Taxa: Eremastrella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
237163F. Brusse   45181986-01-21
South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Mont aux Sources, summit of Western Buttress, -28.733333 28.883333, 3080m

ASU
Eremastrella crystallifera (Taylor) Gotth. Schneid.
237980J.A. Elix   279841991-07-15
Australia, Western Australia, Kimberleys, 7 km NW of Drysdale River Station, -15.6666667 126.3166667, 390m

ASU
Eremastrella crystallifera (Taylor) Gotth. Schneid.
527315H.T. Lumbsch   5525-i1987-08-28
Australia, Western Australia, Hutt River, between Northhampton and Port Gregory, -28.29813 114.483037

ASU
Eremastrella crystallifera (Taylor) Gotth. Schneid.
527318T.H. Nash III   22741-b1981-08-08
Australia, Western Australia, King Rock, 23 km ENE of Hyden, -33.6833333 119.1166667, 300m


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Google Map

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