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

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519853T.H. Nash III   176551978-08-17
Norway, Hordaland, Fitjar, Sandvikvåg, near the ferry quay, 59.9666667 5.2666667, 15m

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519998R.M. Taylor   19321967-07-30
Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northern Peninsula Section, Jacksons Arm on White Bay, E side of Northern Peninsula

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519935L. Sigal   1971-01-01
USA, California, Mendocino, Van Damne Beach

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519995M.S. Christiansen   870891987-07-23
Denmark, Samsö, Besser, the inlet Stavns Fjord

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
514451A. Henssen   17441-a1964-08-08
United Kingdom, Scotland, Berwickshire, North Berwick, Leckmoram Ness

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519960W.B. Schofield   613101976-06-12
Canada, British Columbia, Open Bay, Quadra I., 50.15 -125.2

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
527772R. Santesson   13857-a1960-07-29
Sweden, Bohuslän, Skaftö, Kristineberg, Blåbergsholmen, on the W side of the island, 58.6 11.2833333

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
519932L. Bonar   51111932-09-10
USA, California, Monterey, Point Lobos, Carmel, 36.4555556 -121.9361111, 10m

ASU
Collemopsidium halodytes (Nyl.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
579122R. Santesson   1953-05-24
Norway, Vest-Agder, Lista, Einarneset, 4 km S of Farsund, 58.05 6.78333333333333

ASU
Collemopsidium sublitoralis (Leight.) Grube & B.D. Ryan
514483A. Vezda   1978-09-20
Bulgaria, Burgas Distr, Black Sea, 5 km S of the village of Sozopol, 8m


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