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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Protothelenella Räsänen
502456T.H. Nash III   434741999-08-27
Norway, Oppland, Vang, Kvam, 61.1333333 8.5333333, 500m

ASU
Protothelenella Räsänen
517976T.H. Nash III   437182002-08-07
Norway, Hordaland, Ulvik, S of Kvannjolnuten, ca. 1 km E of Finse Fieldstation, 60.5958333 7.5458333, 1300m

ASU
Protothelenella Räsänen
528386T.H. Nash III   352761994-07-08
USA, Arizona, Coconino, north side of Mt. Humphreys along Abineau Trail, 35.3666667 -111.6722222, 2875m

ASU
Protothelenella corrosa (Körb.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566358T.H. Nash III   245391985-08-06
Austria, Styria, Koralpe, Glitzalm W of Schwanberg, Glitzfelsen über der Glitzalm, 46.7666667 52.0333333, 1760m

ASU
Protothelenella corrosa (Körb.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
507426J. Nowak   1970-09-10
Poland, Polish Western Beskids, Beskid Zywiecki Mountains, Pilsko Mountain near Korbielów (distr. Zywiec), 1260m

ASU
Protothelenella corrosa (Körb.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566415B.D. Ryan   199121986-06-01
Austria, Styria, Schladminger Tauern, Kleinsölktal, Schwarzensee, 47.2833333 13.8666667, 1160m

ASU
Protothelenella corrosa (Körb.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
577187T.H. Nash III   246091985-08-09
Austria, Styria, Schladminger Tauern, Innere Neualm, Aufstieg Zum Hütthar (Predigtstuhl), 47.275 14.9, 1650m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566355T.H. Nash III   430941992-08-26
Sweden, Torne Lappmark, Torne Träsk area, 2 km SSW of Katterjåck Station along path to Katterjauve Lake, 68.4166667 18.1333333, 625m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566411B.D. Ryan   199001986-07-26
Austria, Vorarlberg, Verwall Gruppe, S of Klösterle, 47.1166667 10.1, 1100m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
236377T.H. Nash III   268941990-07-01
USA, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail from Phelp's cabin along East Fork of Little Colorado River, 33.925 -109.5166667, 3000m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
606343T.H. Nash III   24567-a1985-08-08
Austria, Styria, Sölkpaß, N of Murau, Glimmerschieferfelsen and Alpenrosenheiden, 47.2666667 14.0833333, 1765m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566381T.H. Nash III   173411978-07-15
Austria, Carinthia, Kreuzeck-Gruppe, Knotenburg above Greifenburg, 46.75 13.15, 2200m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
566398T.H. Nash III   430951992-08-26
Sweden, Torne Lappmark, Torne Träsk area, 2 km SSW of Katterjåck Station along path to Katterjauve Lake, 68.4166667 18.1333333, 625m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
237677E.P. Vrang   1906-07-20
Sweden, Norrbotten (Nb), Lapp Torn, Par. Jukkasjärvi, Vassijaure, 67.85 20.61

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
T.H. Nash III   272331990-06-29
USA, Arizona, Apache, Apache National Forest; Mount Baldy Wilderness area, trail along West Fork of the Little Colorado River, 33.925 -109.5541667, 3110m

ASU
Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
577203T.H. Nash III   246301985-07-09
Austria, Styria, Schladminger Tauern, Kleinsölktal S of Gröbining, Hütthar unter dem Predigtstuhl, 47.2666667 14.9, 2150m

ASU
H.E. Hasse   13111911-05-01
USA, California, Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island, 33.45 -118.55

ASU
Microglaena muscorum (Fr.) Th. Fr.
610305B.D. Ryan   78071982-00-00
USA, Washington, Whatcom, Chowder Ridge, NW of Mt. Baker, NE-part, 48.8333333 -121.8333333, 1850m

ASU
H.E. Hasse   
USA, California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Range, 34.1 -118.75


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