Dataset: UBC-lichen
Taxa: Dimerella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC:lichen
Dimerella Trevis.
L32217Trevor Goward   95-6691995-07-20
Canada, British Columbia, shuswap lake area: sicamous creek research area, 10 km ese of sicamous (essf/ub zone). oldgrowth forest (abies/picea)., 50.83 -118.99, 1550 - 1700m

UBC:lichen
Dimerella pineti (Schrad.) V zda
L32212Trevor Goward   95-6641995-07-20
Canada, British Columbia, shuswap lake area: sicamous creek research area, 10 km ese of sicamous (essf/ub zone). oldgrowth forest (abies/picea)., 50.83 -118.99, 1550 - 1700m

UBC:lichen
Dimerella pineti (Schrad.) V zda
L33500S. Selva   6362b1995-06-01
Canada, British Columbia, robson valley. plot95-06, 49.33 -117.69

UBC:lichen
Dimerella epiphylla (Mull.Arg.) Malme
L53322S. Lisowski   429351976-05-23
Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Haut-Zaire, route Buta-Banalia, km 38, lisiere de la foret dense, foliicole


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