Dataset: TAM
Taxa: Ochrolechiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Estonian Museum of Natural History


TAM-TAMM
TAMM0001231E. Parmasto   1947-05-02
Estonia, Harju maakond, Kõrvekülast põhjas, 59.38333 25.96667

TAM-TAMM
TAMM0002627A.S. Leppälä   1946-09-14
Finland, Ostrobottnia australis: Alavus, Niinimaa, Joupinvuori et Keltamäki, Makkarakorpi

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0002684Veli Räsänen   1946-06-12
Finland, Ostrobottnia borealis: Simo, Pahnilankangas

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0002967Marja-Liisa Kämärä   2016-09-08
Estonia, Järva maakond, Rava küla, 59.12462 25.84897

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0002599A. Koskinen   1946-06-14
Finland, Tavastia borealis: Saarijärvi, Saarikylä, Pappilansaari

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0001935.bE. Parmasto   1947-05-03
Estonia, Harju maakond, Mustjõe

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0001935.aV. Kuták   1930-00-00
Czech Republic, Krkonose

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia androgyna (Hoffm.) Arnold
TAMM0002680Veli Räsänen   1946-06-12
Finland, Ostrobottnia borealis: Simo, Pahnilankangas

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia parella (L.) A. Massal.
TAMM0001932.a   1932-00-00
Ukraine, Karpaadid: Runa

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia parella (L.) A. Massal.
TAMM0001932.bW.J. Reinthal   1932-10-30
Estonia, Viljandi maakond, Lossimägedes

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia parella (L.) A. Massal.
TAMM0002628A.S. Leppälä   1946-10-08
Finland, Ostrobottnia australis: Alavus, Niinimaa, Erkkilä

TAM-TAMM
Ochrolechia tartarea (L.) A. Massal.
TAMM0001515H. Aasamaa   
Estonia

TAM-TAMM
TAMM0002681Veli Räsänen   1946-06-10
Finland, Ostrobottnia borealis: Simo, Pahnilankangas


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