Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Myriotrema laeviusculum (Leptotrema laeviusculum, Thelotrema laeviusculum)
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU:Lichens
T.L. Esslinger   43571975-02-20
Panama, Colón, Colón, Barro Colorado Island, Van Tyne Trail, Former Canal Zone., 100m

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium


hb. Esslinger
0007998Theodore L. Esslinger   43571975-02-20
Panama, Van Tyne Trail. Barro Colorado Island., 30 - 140m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   448611975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   47 8191977-01-21
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, Harvard Trail, 50 - 150m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   447641975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   477161977-01-20
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado, Nemesia Trail, 60 - 150m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   477211977-01-20
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, Balboa Trail, 60 - 150m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   447621975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   448651975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, - 30m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   449731975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   447831975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

US:Lichens
M. E. Hale   449601975-02-19
Panama, Panamá Oeste, Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Barro Colorado Island, 30 - 140m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
COLO-L-0079318   
Panama


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