Dataset: SRP
Search Criteria: Spain; Guadalajara; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Boise State University Lichen Herbarium

Coelocaulon steppae (Savicz) Barreno & Vázquez
SRP-L-0012636A.R. Burgaz   s.n.1991-06-11
Spain, Guadalajara, Luzón, 1200m

Parmelia ryssolea (Ach.) Nyl.
SRP-L-0013052A.R. Burgaz   s.n.1991-06-11
Spain, Guadalajara, Tordesilos, 1200m

Physconia venusta (Ach.) Poelt
SRP-L-0013139G. Follmann   5961990-05-00
Spain, Guadalajara, Sistema Central, Castilla la Nueva; Sierra del Robledal, southeastern slope of Cerro Ocejón, along the upper valley of Río Seco, 1400 - 1500m

SRP-L-0013504A.R. Burgaz   71991-06-11
Spain, Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Luzón, 1200m

Aspicilia uxoris (Werner) V.J. Rico, Aragón & Esnault
SRP-L-0013542V. J. Rico, J. Pizarro   36222006-06-22
Spain, Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha: Zaorejas, carretera de Villanueva de Alcorán a Zaorejas, cruce a Huertapelayo, 40.732936 -2.209978

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Google Map

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