Dataset: HAW-
Search Criteria: Great Britain; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Joseph F. Rock Herbarium (Univ. of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)


HAW:L
HAW-L-0000149C.W. Smith   35241977-07-26
Great Britain

HAW:L
Caloplaca festiva (Ach.) Zwackh
HAW-L-0000293C.W. Smith   3526
Great Britain

HAW:L
Caloplaca heppiana (Müll. Arg.) Zahlbr.
HAW-L-0000294C.W. Smith   7919
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
HAW-L-0002136C.W. Smith   7918
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
HAW-L-0002139C.W. Smith   3528
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecidea sulphurea (Hoffm.) Wahlenb.
HAW-L-0002332C.W. Smith   3527
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0002963C.W. Smith   3518
Great Britain

HAW:L
Parmelia glabratula (Lamy) Nyl.
HAW-L-0003068C.W. Smith   3531
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0002993C.W. Smith   3530
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0003131C.W. Smith   3529
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0003000C.W. Smith   3532
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0003005C.W. Smith   3517
Great Britain

HAW:L
Pertusaria amara (Ach.) Nyl.
HAW-L-0003450C.W. Smith   3522
Great Britain

HAW:L
Roccella fucoides (Dicks.) Wainio
HAW-L-0003869R. Pos   71.145
Great Britain

HAW:L
Cetraria chlorophylla (Wild.) Vainio
HAW-L-0000516C.W. Smith   3515
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
HAW-L-0002135C.W. Smith   3520
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
HAW-L-0002137C.W. Smith   3520
Great Britain

HAW:L
Lecanora conizaeoides Nyl. ex Crombie
HAW-L-0002138C.W. Smith   3520
Great Britain

HAW:L
Leproplaca chrysodeta (Vain. ex Räsänen) J.R. Laundon
HAW-L-0002427C.W. Smith   s.n.
Great Britain

HAW:L
HAW-L-0003084Stud. Biol. Rheno-Trai. In itinere   1970
Great Britain, Ireland

HAW:L
Pertusaria pertusa (L.) Tuck.
HAW-L-0003471C.W. Smith   3511
Great Britain

HAW:L
Pertusaria pertusa (L.) Tuck.
HAW-L-0003483C.W. Smith   3511
Great Britain


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