Dataset: SRP
Search Criteria: Kyrgyzstan; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium


SRP
Allocetraria madreporiformis (Ach.) Kärnef. & Thell
SRP-L-0012417Karina Palka   17732003-03-08
Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia: Inner Tien Shan Mts. , Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the lake Song Kul, 75.166667 41.75, 3050m

SRP
Arctoparmelia separata (Th. Fr.) Hale
SRP-L-0012428Karina Palka   17732003-03-08
Kyrgyzstan, CENTRAL ASIA: Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m

SRP
Cladonia Hill ex P. Browne
SRP-L-0012631Karina Palka   17732003-08-03
Kyrgyzstan, CENTRAL ASIA: Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m

SRP
SRP-L-0013480Karina Palka   17732003-08-03
Kyrgyzstan, Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, wide high plateau, mountain steppe, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m

SRP
Aspicilia desertorum (Kremp.) Mereschk.
SRP-L-0013528Karina Palka   1773d2003-03-08
Kyrgyzstan, Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m

SRP
Circinaria affinis (Eversm.) Sohrabi
SRP-L-0013673E. Kukk   Dupl. 191961-07-17
Kyrgyzstan, Kirghizia, the Pamirs, the Valley of Alai, south of the river Kyzyl-Su.

SRP
Circinaria fruticulosa (Eversm.) Sohrabi
SRP-L-0013695Karina Palka   1773b2003-08-03
Kyrgyzstan, Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m

SRP
Circinaria fruticulosa (Eversm.) Sohrabi
SRP-L-0013697Karina Palka   1773a2003-08-03
Kyrgyzstan, Inner Tien Shan Mts, Dzhyle-Tash-Debe on the south-western shore of the Lake Song Kul, 41.75 75.166667, 3050m


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