Dataset: MIN
Search Criteria: Namibia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
732208Wessels, D.   s.n.1978-07-14
Namibia, Central Namib; Swakopmund

MIN
732209Wessels, D.   s.n.1978-07-14
Namibia, Cape Cross, 4 km N of; Swakopmund

MIN
732210Wessels, D.   s.n.1978-07-14
Namibia, Swakopmund, 10 km E of

MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
806104Karnefelt, I.   91986-08-01
Namibia, Swakopmund District

MIN
Teloschistes puber (Ach.) Almb.
806278Karnefelt, I.   81986-07-01
Namibia, Rostock District

MIN
809134Giess, W.   86801965-03-21
Namibia, Karibib, Near Erongo

MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
848515Nordenstam, B.; Lundgren   23181974-07-15
Namibia, 35 km N of Swakopmund

MIN
848563Kers, L.   s.n.1968-01-27
Namibia, Namib Desert, 30 km E of Swakopmund

MIN
850886Karnefelt, I.   241986-01-09
Namibia, Omaruru, Gravel Flats E of Cape Cross

MIN
Teloschistes puber (Ach.) Almb.
850887Karnefelt, I.   151986-01-07
Namibia, Rostock, Gobabeb; Namib-Maukluft Park

MIN
850888Karnefelt, I.   431986-01-09
Namibia, Omaruru, Gravel Flats E of Cape Cross

MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
850891Karnefelt, I.   111986-01-08
Namibia, Swakopmund, Woltzkas Baken

MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
850892Karnefelt, I.   361986-01-08
Namibia, Omaruru, Lagunenberg Mountain

MIN
Teloschistes puber (Ach.) Almb.
850893Karnefelt, I.   191986-01-07
Namibia, Rostock; Namib-Maukluft Park

MIN
Teloschistes capensis (L. f.) Müll. Arg.
850897Karnefelt, I.   101986-01-08
Namibia, Swakopmund, Woltzkas Baken

MIN
850898Karnefelt, I.   461986-01-09
Namibia, Omaruru, E of Cape Cross


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