Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leucodermia boryi (Heterodermia boryi, Anaptychia neoleucomelaena, Anaptychia boryi, Heterodermia leucomelos subsp. boryi, Anaptychia boryi var. boryi, Anaptychia neoleucomelaena f. neoleucomelaena, Anaptychia neoleucomelaena f. sorediosa, Anaptychia neoleucomelaena f. squarrosa, Anaptychia neoleuco... (show all)
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium


hb. Esslinger
Heterodermia boryi (Fée) K. P. Singh & S. R. Singh
0005255Theodore L. Esslinger   46051975-02-23
Panama, Chiriquí, Crest of Boquete Trail, Volcan Chiriqui., 2500m

hb. Esslinger
Heterodermia boryi (Fée) K. P. Singh & S. R. Singh
0005256Theodore L. Esslinger   44361975-02-22
Panama, Chiriquí, CHIRIQUI. several miles below Cerro Punta along road to Hato del Volcan, 1800 - 1900m

hb. Esslinger
Heterodermia boryi (Fée) K. P. Singh & S. R. Singh
0005257Theodore L. Esslinger   44641975-02-23
Panama, Chiriquí, Trail from Cerro Punta to Alto Bespingo, Volcan Chiriqui, 2300 - 2400m

hb. Esslinger
Heterodermia boryi (Fée) K. P. Singh & S. R. Singh
0005258Theodore L. Esslinger   44311975-02-22
Panama, Chiriquí, several miles below Cerro Punta along road to Hato del Volcan, 1800 - 1900m

hb. Esslinger
Heterodermia boryi (Fée) K. P. Singh & S. R. Singh
0005259Theodore L. Esslinger   4516
Panama, Chiriquí, Trail from Cerro Punta to Alto Bespingo, Volcan Chiriqui, 2300 - 2400m

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Leucodermia boryi (Fée) Kalb
WIS-L-0051816D. B. Means   1781967-03-31
Panama, Chiriquí, Volcan El Baru (8 miles ENE of the village of Volcan; 5 miles ESE of the village Cerro Punta), 8.8515 -82.516896, 2896m


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