Dataset: MIN
Search Criteria: Norway; Buskerud; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
624059Brodo, I.; Krog   166121970-05-13
Norway, Buskerud, Hole, Kongens Utsikt

MIN
799354Christiansen, M.   134051948-07-04
Norway, Buskerud, Krokskogen, 59.920778 10.516148

MIN
Peltigera horizontalis (Hudson) Baumg.
832602Christiansen, M.   133741948-07-04
Norway, Buskerud, Hole Herad, The Wood of Krokskogen, Sollihojda

MIN
Caloplaca chlorina (Flot.) Sandst.
832832Tonsberg, T.   133121990-07-14
Norway, Buskerud, Sigdal, Prestfoss

MIN
Ochrolechia turneri (Sm.) Hasselrot
832833Tonsberg, T.   133091990-07-14
Norway, Buskerud, Ringerikenorderhov Church

MIN
832889Tonsberg, T.   69671982-06-15
Norway, Buskerud, Krodsherad, By River Ringneselva

MIN
851138Runemark, H.   12311951-00-00
Norway, Buskerud, Hol

MIN
Cetraria pinastri (Scop.) Gray
866202Lynge, B.   s.n.1915-07-00
Norway, Buskerud, Hol, Oddenakken

MIN
Hypocenomyce friesii (Ach.) P. James & Gotth. Schneider
870406Timdal, E.   11951980-05-25
Norway, Buskerud, Hurum, Knoll W of Lake Bjorvatn, 59.6768 10.4826

MIN
870407Gunderson, G.; et al.   s.n.2000-09-16
Norway, Buskerud, Nes, Imlane, Hill Imlehaugen

MIN
Hypocenomyce friesii (Ach.) P. James & Gotth. Schneider
870408Timdal, E.   341980-04-20
Norway, Buskerud, Royken, E of Lake Skanevann

MIN
Hypogymnia vittata (Ach.) Parrique
900851Lynge, B.   s.n.1915-07-00
Norway, Buskerud, Hol, Vondenfor, Vandit

MIN
Porpidia speirea (Ach.) Kremp.
902787Lynge, B.   s.n.1915-07-00
Norway, Buskerud, Hol, Sydsiden Av Vandit

MIN
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
918378Christiansen, M.S.   14.0631948-08-01
Norway, Buskerud, Ustedal. Geilo


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