Dataset: MIN
Taxa: Protothelenellaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


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Protothelenella corrosa (Körb.) H. Mayrh. & Poelt
843128Hellbom, P.   s.n.1881-00-00
Sweden, Narke, St. Mellosa

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Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrhofer & Poelt
817815Poelt, J.   s.n.
United States, Colorado, Summit, North Star Mt, S of Quandary Peak

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Protothelenella sphinctrinoidella (Nyl.) H. Mayrhofer & Poelt
885263Nash, T.   430941992-08-26
Sweden, Lappland, Torne Lappmark; Torne Trask, 2 km Sw of Katterjack Station, 68.41666667 18.13333333

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Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrhofer & Poelt
660802Vrang, E.   s.n.1906-07-20
Sweden, Lappland, Torne Lappmark; Jukkasjarvi

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Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrhofer & Poelt
843251Fries, T.   s.n.1864-00-00
Norway, Finnmark, Eloends

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Protothelenella sphinctrinoides (Nyl.) H. Mayrhofer & Poelt
883710Sudebetou, C.   s.n.1881-00-00
Europe


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