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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
AUA-L-0001664F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1890-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, Woolton

AUA
AUA-L-0001663F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1893-00-00
Australia, Queensland, near Brisbane, Sankeys scrub

AUA
AUA-L-0001662F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1889-00-00
Australia, Queensland, Blackall Range

AUA
AUA-L-0001665F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1890-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, Woolton

AUA
AUA-L-0001666F.R.M Wilson   s.n.1890-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, Woolton

AUA
AUA-L-0001668F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1890-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, 3 mile scrub near Brisbane

AUA
AUA-L-0001667F.R.M Wilson   s.n.1889-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, Rosewood

AUA
AUA-L-0001669F.R.M Wilson.   s.n.1890-00-00
Australia, Queensland, South Queensland, 3 mile scrub near Brisbane

AUA
AUA-L-0001670F.R.M Wilson   s.n.1889-00-00
Australia, Queensland, Southport


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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