Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Candelariella crenulata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L. Sm.
342224Havaas, Johan, J.   s.n. (hav2524)1906-08-30
Norway, Nordland, Bodø. Saltstraumen, 1 - 50m

DUKE
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L. Sm.
342225Mereschkovsky, Constantin, de   s.n.1910-00-00
Ukraine, Crimea, Simphéropole

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A. L. Sm.
C0058608FB. A. Lynge   s.n.
Norway, Svalbard, Bell Sound, Midterfjorden (Van Keaten Bay), 77.679359 14.91502

F:Botany
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A. L. Sm.
C0058215FB. A. Lynge   s.n.
Norway, Svalbard, Bell Sound, Midterfjorden (Van Keaten Bay), 77.679359 14.91502

F:Botany
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A. L. Sm.
C0058218FV. J. P. B. Räsänen   s.n.1931-06-15
Finland

F:Botany
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A. L. Sm.
C0058217FB. A. Lynge   s.n.1926-07-20
Norway, Svalbard, Fugleholm nor ahlstrands odde V. K. Bay

F:Botany
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A. L. Sm.
C0058216FB. A. Lynge   s.n.1926-07-20
Norway, Svalbard, Fugleholm nor ahlstrands odde V. K. Bay

Lichen specimens of National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan


TNS:L
Candelariella crenulata Zahlbr. Zahlbr.
17443   
Norway

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L.Sm.
04575815   

Ohio State University Herbarium


OS
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L. Sm.
OS0001894R. A. Darrow   1934-06-03
USA, Arizona, Pima

OS
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L. Sm.
OS0001895R. A. Darrow   1934-03-25
United States, Arizona, Pima

OS
Candelariella crenulata (Wahlenb.) A.L. Sm.
OS0001896R. A. Darrow   1933-11-00
USA, Arizona, Pima


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