A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Part 1

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Page 274 - Tinicum is one of the largest as it is one of the most beautiful townships in the county.
Page 215 - Among mosses on rocks and boulders in upland and mountainous districts. — Distr. General and not uncommon in England and N. Wales ; plentiful among the Grampians, Scotland ; not seen from Ireland.
Page 189 - Lichen calicaris Huds. Fl. Angl. p. 451 pro parte ; Lightf. Fl. Scot. ii. p. 834 pro parte ; With.
Page 213 - Pl. (17.53) p. 1155 pro parte ; Huds. Fl. Angl. p. 461 pro parte ; Lightf. Fl. Scot. ii. p. 891 pro parte : With. Arr. ed. 3, iv. p. 46 ; Eng.
Page 368 - On shady calcareous rocks in maritime and upland districts. Distr. Local, though plentiful where it occurs, in SW, Central, and N. England, N.
Page 70 - Local, though common where it occurs, in the Channel Islands, S. and W. England, and SW Highlands, Scotland. — BM : Rozel and coast of the Island of Jersey.
Page 287 - Knswick and Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumberland. New Galloway, Kirkcudbrightshire : near Moffat, Dumfriesshire ; Dumbarton Castle, Dumbartonshire ; Barcaldine, Inverary, and head of Loch Awe...
Page 61 - On calcareous rocks and walls, rarely on trunks of trees, in maritime and upland districts.

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