Dataset: MIN
Search Criteria: Russian Federation; Siberia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


MIN
659172Lanten, G.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia, Tobelsk

MIN
662477Grachow, N.   301935-09-06
Russian Federation, Siberia, Krasnajovisk-Gebiet

MIN
662499Michailova, E.   s.n.1935-08-21
Russian Federation, Siberia, Altai-Gebirge

MIN
Ramalina sorediosa (B. de Lesd.) Landrón
662979To, M.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia

MIN
663126Oxner, A.   s.n.1927-08-05
Russian Federation, Siberia, Irkutsk, St. Sljudjunka

MIN
663315Lanrow, N.   23011927-00-00
Russian Federation, Siberia, Altaigelenge

MIN
Lasallia pertusa (Rass.) Llano
663409   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia, Baikal

MIN
Lasallia pertusa (Rass.) Llano
663413Reucrolatts, W.   651927-06-29
Russian Federation, Siberia, Jennisejsre

MIN
664347Prevbraskensky, G.   21
Russian Federation, Siberia, Boranve

MIN
664388Smirnov, V.   s.n.1920-00-00
Russian Federation, Siberia, Baikal

MIN
Dactylina arctica (Hook. f.) Nyl.
664928Degelius, G.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia

MIN
Evernia esorediosa (Müll. Arg.) Du Rietz
665354Elenkin, A.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia

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Evernia esorediosa (Müll. Arg.) Du Rietz
665362Oxner, A.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia, Irkutsk

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665364   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia, Zakajualis

MIN
665677Oxner, A.   s.n.
Russian Federation, Siberia

MIN
843169Almquist, E.   s.n.1879-00-00
Russian Federation, Siberia, Bering Island

MIN
881197Iltis, H.; et al.   11601979-07-26
Russian Federation, Siberia, Lake Baikal, 54.48333333 84.53333333

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Cladonia amaurocraea (Flörke) Schaer.
881198Iltis, H.; et al.   3511979-07-02
Russian Federation, Siberia, Lake Baikal, 53.316667 107.616667

MIN
881199Iltis, H.; et al.   9571979-07-15
Russian Federation, Siberia, Lake Baikal, 51.566667 103.616667


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