Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Leucodecton subcompunctum (Myriotrema subcompunctum, Leptotrema polycarpum, Diploschistes diffractus, Leptotrema diffractum, Leptotrema subcompunctum, Thelotrema subcompunctum, Diploschistes diffractus f. diffractus, Diploschistes diffractus f. saxicola)
Search Criteria: Ecuador; Galápagos; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario de Líquenes de la Fundación Charles Darwin para las Islas Galápagos, Ecuador


CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
39841Truong, C.   15302008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo, passing by the "cañadas", -0.892277 -89.577916, 212m

CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
40226Clerc, P.   08-3722008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo, passing by the "cañadas", -0.892611 -89.577805, 200m

CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
43385Herrera-Campos, M.A.   GAL-4942008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo, passing by the "cañadas", -0.892277 -89.577916, 212m

CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
41307Bungartz, F.   86612008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo from the border of the National Park, NE of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, -0.893333 -89.578194, 206m

CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
41320Bungartz, F.   86742008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo from the border of the National Park, NE of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, -0.892611 -89.578472, 157m

CDS:Lichens
Leucodecton subcompunctum (Nyl.) A. Frisch
41312Bungartz, F.   86662008-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, San Cristóbal, trail to Cerro Mundo from the border of the National Park, NE of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, -0.892611 -89.578472, 157m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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