Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leptogium coralloideum (Parmelia coralloidea, Leptogium diaphanum f. coralloideum, Parmelia coralloidea var. aspera, Parmelia coralloidea var. coralloidea, Parmelia coralloidea var. laevis)
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection


DUKE
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
147134Culberson, William, L.; Culberson, Chicita, F.   194561983-07-16
Panama, Chiriquí, Boquete, mountain slope above the town, 8.783333 -82.433333, 1650m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Parmelia coralloidea (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
C1013427FH. H. Bartlett & T. Lasser   168221940-06-25
Panama, Vicinity of Juan Mina: Chagres River

F:Botany
Parmelia coralloidea (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
C1013431FH. H. Bartlett & T. Lasser   168221940-06-25
Panama, Vicinity of Juan Mina: Chagres River

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
P. Scholander   s.n.1948-12-05
Panama, Chiriqui, E side of volcano., 1500 - 3000m

US:Lichens
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
P. Scholander   s.n.1948-12-05
Panama, Chiriqui, E side of volcano., 1500 - 3000m

US:Lichens
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
P. Scholander   s.n.
Panama, Chiriqui, Lizno del Volcano.

US:Lichens
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
P. Scholander   s.n.1941-02-00
Panama, Chiriqui, Llano del Volcan.

US:Lichens
Leptogium coralloideum (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
P. Scholander   s.n.1948-12-05
Panama, Chiriqui, E side of volcano., 1500 - 3000m

University of Colorado, Museum of Natural History Herbarium Lichen Collection


COLO:L
Parmelia coralloidea (Meyen & Flot.) Vain.
COLO-L-0082830   
Panama


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