Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bacidia millegrana (Lecanora millegrana, Lecidea millegrana, Lecidea millegrana var. millegrana, Patellaria millegrana, Patellaria millegrana var. millegrana, Biatora luteola var. millegrana), Bacidia millegrana f. caesiascens, Bacidia millegrana f. fluminensis, Bacidia millegrana f. millegrana, Bac... (show all)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University


FH:FH
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbruckner
barcode-00419630C. G. Pringle   
Mexico, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbruckner
barcode-00419631J. Müller   
Mexico, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbruckner
barcode-00419632[no data available]   
Mexico, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbruckner
barcode-00419633C. G. Pringle   1890-00-00
Mexico, [data not captured]

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbr.
1542487D. H. Norris   15268-A1970-08-10
Mexico, Nayarit, Municipio Santa Maria del Oro, in open oak forest on steep slope about 3 miles N of Jazmines along Hwy 15

NY
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbr.
1542488Fred Muller   s.n.1853-00-00
Mexico, Orizaba

NY
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbr.
1542489Fred Muller   s.n.1853-00-00
Mexico, Orizaba

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Lichens


S:S-Fungi
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbr.
L70230Fr. Müller   
Mexico, Orizaba

University of Vermont, Pringle Herbarium, North American lichens


VT
Bacidia millegrana (Taylor) Zahlbr.
UVMVT015052C. G. Pringle   2411890-11-21
Mexico, Michoacán, Pátzcuaro, 19.505706 -101.604353


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