Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: Croatia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
Catillaria croatica Zahlbruckner
barcode-00079996J. A. E. Schuler   2000
Croatia, ad pedem montis Levurdica, 1100 - 1200m

FH:FH
Acarospora schleicheri (Acharius) A. Massalongo
barcode-00259339A. Latzel   1909-03-18
Croatia, Ragusa, Jenseits der Zarkovica, Richtung zum Dubacpass, 290m

FH:FH
Physcia leptalea (Acharius) de Candolle
barcode-00302101J. Baumgartner   1925-04-18
Croatia, Adriagebiet, Istrien, beim Dorf Skitaca suedl. von Albona, 350 - 400m

FH:FH
Physcia leptalea (Acharius) de Candolle
barcode-00302103A. Latzel   1908-02-16
Croatia, Insel Meleda, suedlich Babinopolje, 30m

FH:FH
Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fries
barcode-00302677A. Latzel   1908-01-15
Croatia, Ragusa, Rasenplaetze jenseits des Zarkovica, 300m

FH:FH
Solenopsora candicans (Dickson) J. Steiner
barcode-00377485J. A. E. Schuler   
Croatia, Istra, ad viam publicam inter Hosti et Sv. Matije, 200 - 250m

FH:FH
Solenopsora candicans (Dickson) J. Steiner
barcode-00377489A. Latzel   1908-01-27
Croatia, Ragusa: Am Strandweg jenseits Villa Gondola, 10m

FH:FH
barcode-00313195D. Čeplík   
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County: Dugopolje: Mosor Mountains. Maklutača špilja [= cave]

FH:FH
barcode-00313196D. Čeplík   
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County: Dugopolje: Mosor Mountains. Maklutača špilja [= cave]

FH:FH
barcode-00313197D. Čeplík   
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County: Dugopolje: Mosor Mountains. Maklutača špilja [= cave]

FH:FH
barcode-00313198D. Čeplík   
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County: Dugopolje: Mosor Mountains. Maklutača špilja [= cave]

FH:FH
barcode-00313199D. Čeplík   
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County: Dugopolje: Mosor Mountains. Maklutača špilja [= cave]


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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