Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Parmeliella pannosa (Pannaria pannosa), Parmeliella pannosa var. coralloidea, Parmeliella pannosa var. pannosa
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
C1008876FO. Shattuck   5711931-12-07
Panama, Lutz Trail

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian


US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
M. E. Hale   435101974-02-13
Panama, Coclé, La Mesa, N of El Valle., 750m

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
M. E. Hale   435931974-02-13
Panama, Coclé, La Mesa, N of El Valle., 750m

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
S. A. Mori & A. H. Gentry   44091975-01-26
Panama, W ringe of Cerro Tacarcuna massif., 1250 - 1463m

US:Lichens
P. Scholander   s.n.1948-12-05
Panama, Chiriqui, E side of volcano., 1500 - 3000m

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
P. Scholander   s.n.
Panama, Chiriqui, Liano del Volcano.

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
C. W. Dodge & P. H. Allen   88621935-01-06
Panama, Panamá, Canal Zone, Drowned forest in valley of R. Puente between the Tunnel and Natural Bridge., 70m

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
C. W. Dodge & P. H. Allen   89281935-01-13
Panama, Panamá, Canal Zone, Between the Rio Indio Hydrographic St. and the Natual Bidge of R. Puente.

US:Lichens
Parmeliella pannosa (Sw.) Müll. Arg.
P. Scholander   1663191941-02-00
Panama, Chiriqui, Llano del Volcan.

US:Lichens
P. Scholander   1663241948-12-05
Panama, Chiriqui, E side of volcano., 1500 - 3000m

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Lichens


NCU:Lichens
NCU-L-0005701Martin, G.W.   43841937-08-23
Panama, Chiriquí, Casita alta, on trail between Boqueta and summit of El Vulcan, 2000 - 2200m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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