Dataset: MIN
Search Criteria: Japan; Rikuchu; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Rabenh.
865960Ogasawawa, S.   1631909-10-17
Japan, Rikuchu, Iioka-Mura

MIN
Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Rabenh.
865961Iishiba, E.   841903-09-26
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Ganju

MIN
Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Rabenh.
865962Iishiba, E.   s.n.1907-07-27
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Rabenh.
865964Iishiba, E.   541903-09-26
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Granju

MIN
Cladonia arbuscula (Wallr.) Rabenh.
865967Iishiba, E.   651907-07-30
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hakkoda

MIN
866137Iishiba, E.   1261909-07-28
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hagachine

MIN
Cladonia Hill ex P. Browne
866339Iishiba, E.   461903-09-26
Japan, Rikuchu, Granju

MIN
Cladonia bellidiflora (Ach.) Schaer.
866369Iishiba, E.   721907-08-07
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Ganju

MIN
Cladonia bellidiflora (Ach.) Schaer.
866370Iishiba, E.   631906-07-26
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Kurikoma

MIN
Cladonia crispata (Ach.) Flotow
866501Iishiba, E.   1301909-07-28
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Cladonia maxima (Asahina) Ahti
866697Iishiba, E.   1311909-07-27
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Cladonia maxima (Asahina) Ahti
866698Iishiba, E.   511904-07-24
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg
866936Iishiba, E.   451904-07-26
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Lobaria pulmonaria (L. ) Hoffm.
901236Iishiba, E.   1271909-07-28
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
Lobaria pulmonaria (L. ) Hoffm.
901237Iishiba, E.   1351906-07-27
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Hayachine

MIN
902022Iishiba, E.   161903-09-06
Japan, Rikuchu, Mt. Ganju

MIN
944231Ogasawara, S.   1661909-05-10
Japan, Rikuchu, Iioka-Mura


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Google Map

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