Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Coenogonium isidiosum (Dimerella isidiosa)
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
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
52478Nugra, F.   11262012-08-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, path from the first Caseta del Parque to Caleta Iguana at the coast, approx. one third of the way, -0.985972 -91.434694, 224m

CDS:Lichens
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
48047Yánez-Ayabaca, A.   17692011-12-01
Ecuador, Galápagos, Floreana, on W-slope of Cerro Alieri, permanent plot 2, -1.290027 -90.452472, 347m

CDS:Lichens
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
52084Spielmann, A.A.   107152012-08-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, path from the first Caseta del Parque to Caleta Iguana at the coast, approx. half of the way, abandonned farm "La Lima", -0.983638 -91.438083, 198m

CDS:Lichens
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
52278Bungartz, F.   103052012-02-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, along the trail from Caleta Iguana to the first Caseta del Parque, -0.988527 -91.425222, 289m

CDS:Lichens
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
52415Bungartz, F.   104462012-08-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, path from the first Caseta del Parque to Caleta Iguana at the coast, approx. half of the way, -0.983833 -91.437611, 205m

CDS:Lichens
Coenogonium isidiosum (Breuss) Rivas Plata, Lücking, Umaña & Chaves
52416Bungartz, F.   104472012-08-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, path from the first Caseta del Parque to Caleta Iguana at the coast, approx. half of the way, -0.983833 -91.437611, 205m


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Google Map

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