Dataset: MOR
Search Criteria: Australia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum

Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
L-0000722-MORW. A. Weber   6151981-08-19
Australia, New South Wales, Lord Howe Island. Along trail to Goat House Cave, northwest face of Mount Lidgbird., -31.570507 159.085781, 400m

Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
L-0000800-MORHelen Perich   
Australia, New South Wales, 1 mile N. of Uralla, -30.58197 151.505074, 914m

Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
L-0002535-MORWilliam R. Buck   65391981-09-02
Australia, New South Wales, Eurobodalla Shire Council, Summit of Clyde Mountain, 20 km SE of Braidwood., -35.543783 149.949229, 720m

Chaenothecopsis debilis (Turner & Borrer ex Sm.) Tibell
L-0002544-MORWilliam R. Buck   64931981-09-01
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Condor Creek, 25km W of Canberra., -35.31667 148.83333, 700m

L-0002545-MORWilliam R. Buck   63421981-08-30
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, 0.5km S of Gibraltar Falls, 30 km SW of Canberra., -35.521169 148.917127, 1250m

Chondropsis semiviridis (F. Muell. ex Nyl.) Nyl. ex Cromb.
L-0002549-MORLois Brako   29551981-08-17
Australia, Victoria, Mildura Rural City, 1 km S of Nowingi in Hattah-Kulkyne National Park on Calder Hwy., -34.676173 142.269944

L-0009025-MORHelen Perich   S 26,5711960-06-00
Australia, New South Wales, 1 mile N. of Uralla., 914m

Ramalina fimbriata Krog & Swinscow
L-0014478-MORW.A. Weber   1981-08-13
Australia, New South Wales, Morton National Park. Budawang Ranges. Just below summit of ridge by natural arch.

L-0016022-MORHelen Perich   S 26,5741960-06-00
Australia, New South Wales: 1 mile N. of Uralla., 51.5 -30.5, 914m

Psora decipiens (Hedwig) Hoffm.
L-0013041-MORHelen Perich   S 26,5651960-05-00
Australia, Fowler's Gap Station, 70 mi. N of Broken Hill., 305 - 457m

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