Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Megalaria versicolor (Catinaria versicolor, Megalospora versicolor, Lopezaria versicolor, Bacidia versicolor, Biatora versicolor, Megalospora versicolor var. argyrodes, Megalospora versicolor var. incondita, Megalospora versicolor var. microcarpa, Megalospora versicolor var. versicolor, Biatorina ve... (show all)
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University - Lichens

Lopezaria versicolor (Fée) Kalb & Hafellner

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection

Megalaria versicolor (Flotow) Fryday & Lendemer
407585Culberson, William, L.; Culberson, Chicita, F.   195281983-07-16
Panama, Chiriquí, Boquete, mountain slope above the town, 8.783333 -82.433333, 1580m

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium

hb. Esslinger
Megalaria versicolor (Flotow) Fryday & Lendemer
0006536Theodore L. Esslinger   44631975-02-23
Panama, Chiriqui, Province of Chiriqui, 2300 - 2400m

hb. Esslinger
Megalaria versicolor (Flotow) Fryday & Lendemer
0006537T.L. Esslinger   44801975-02-23
Panama, Chiriqui, Province of Chiriqui. Trail from Cerro Punta to Alto Bespingo, Volcan Chiriqui, 2300 - 2400m

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Google Map

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