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

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The Freeman Herbarium at Auburn University - Lichens


AUA
Anthracothecium himalayense (Räsänen) D.D. Awasthi
AUA-L-0000056D.D. Awasthi   2701948-06-00
India, East Himalayas, Darjeeling District, 2134m

AUA
Anthracothecium himalayense (Räsänen) D.D. Awasthi
AUA-L-0000055   
India

AUA
Anthracothecium himalayense (Räsänen) D.D. Awasthi
AUA-L-0000054D.D. Awasthi   7041950-05-26
India, Himalaya or. Almora, Khati prop, near Pondars Glacier Arboricola

AUA
AUA-L-0001497   
India

AUA
AUA-L-0001486   
India

AUA
AUA-L-0001483D.D. Awasthi   2711947-05-00
India, Sikkim, East Himalayas, 1829m

AUA
Pyrenula connectens
AUA-L-0001453D.D. Awasthi   51916-12-29
India, North U.P., Tanakpur, Tsrai Regions, 1500m

AUA
Pyrenula connectens
AUA-L-0001454   
India

AUA
AUA-L-0001485S. Kurz   s.n.1886-00-00
India, Calcutta


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Google Map

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