Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Stereocaulon myriocarpum, Stereocaulon myriocarpum var. altaicum, Stereocaulon myriocarpum var. myriocarpum, Stereocaulon myriocarpum var. orizabae
Search Criteria: Panama; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota

662518Scholander, P.   s.n.1941-02-00
Panama, Chiriqui, Llano Del Volcano

Duke University Herbarium Lichen Collection

333602Almeda, Jr., Frank   9881971-12-23
Panama, Chiriquí, Ca. 2-2.5 km E of Cerro Punta and 1 km E of Bajo Grande, 2200m

333341Scholander, P., F.   s.n.1948-12-00
Panama, Chiriquí, Chiriquí volcano, 8.8088 -82.54233, 3300 - 3450m

333601Culberson, William, L.; Culberson, Chicita, F.   194261983-07-15
Panama, Chiriquí, Base of Volcán Barú, near the town of Bambito, 8.833622 -82.609086, 1500m

357812Lutzoni, François; Miadlikowska, Jolanta   7/1/2016-392016-07-01
Panama, Chiriquí, Parque Nacional Volcan Baru, 8.80425 -82.5826

357764Lutzoni, François; Miadlikowska, Jolanta   6/30/2016-342016-06-30
Panama, Chiriquí, Parque Nacional Volcan Baru, 8.81063 -82.559

357751Lutzoni, François; Miadlikowska, Jolanta   6/30/2016-222016-06-30
Panama, Chiriquí, Parque Nacional Volcan Baru, 8.81115 -82.5594

357732Lutzoni, François; Miadlikowska, Jolanta   6/30/2016-102016-06-30
Panama, Chiriquí, Parque Nacional Volcan Baru, 8.81143 -82.5595

Private Herbarium of T. L. Esslinger Herbarium

hb. Esslinger
0014693Frank Almeda, jr.   9881971-12-23
Panama, Chiriquí, Ca. 2-2.5 km. E of Cerro. Punta and 1 km. E of Bajo Grande., 2200m

United States National Herbarium - Smithsonian

P. Scholander   1676791948-12-02
Panama, Chiriquí, 3300 - 3450m

P. Scholander   1676781948-12-05
Panama, Chiriquí, 1500 - 3000m

P. Scholander   1676771941-02-00
Panama, Chiriquí, Llano del Volcan.

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Google Map

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