Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Calicium salicinum (Calicium lichenoides, Calicium sphaerocephalum, Calicium trachelinum, Calicium salicinum f. xylonella, Calicium salicinum var. xylonellum, Calicium sphaerocephalum f. epiphloeum, Calicium sphaerocephalum f. tenuistipitatum, Calicium sphaerocephalum f. trachelinum, Calicium sphaer... (show all)
Search Criteria: Mexico; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University

barcode-00390558C. G. Pringle   1908-00-00
Mexico, [data not captured]

University of Maine at Fort Kent

10051-47Steven B. Selva (ABLS Annual Meeting Foray)   100512007-08-16
Mexico, Veracruz, State of Veracruz, Municipality of Xico. Hills west of Xico, near the Pextian Bridge. Trail along and above the Coyopolan River, off the road to Tlacuilolan and Coatitlan.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

WIS-L-0119462K. Kalb   276621979-01-23
Mexico, Chiapas, StraBe nach "Aqua Azul", ca. 30 km sudwestlich von Palenque, 17.34209 -91.759799, 200m

WIS-L-0119461K. Kalb   276631979-01-25
Mexico, Chiapas, Fundort: Etwa 25 km nordwestlich von Comitan de Dominguez., 16.414627 -92.260711, 2150m

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Google Map

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