Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Leptogium milligranum
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
27776Bungartz, F.   38942006-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, on the North side of the island, along the dirt road to the ash quarry Mina Granillo Rojo, -0.615555 -90.3675, 570m

CDS:Lichens
31622Aptroot, A.   650402006-05-03
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, outer SE-exposed slope and crater rim, -0.458055 -91.121944, 1089m

CDS:Lichens
30789Aptroot, A.   642232006-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, farm along the southern part of the loop road from Bellavista to Garrapatero, -0.686666 -90.306111, 214m

CDS:Lichens
31719Aptroot, A.   651362006-08-03
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, outer E-exposed slope just below the crater rim, -0.421388 -91.085555, 1077m

CDS:Lichens
46780Bungartz, F.   94982011-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Floreana, S of Cerro Asilo de la Paz, edge of Pampa Larga, -1.327277 -90.452666, 249m

CDS:Lichens
52393Bungartz, F.   104242012-08-05
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

Oregon State University Herbarium


OSC
102567Lawrence H. Pike   ID15-81971-04-30
Ecuador, Galapagos, Isla Santiago, on pahoehoe lava flow E of salt lake at James Bay, 70m

OSC
102565Lawrence H. Pike   26041971-04-24
Ecuador, Galapagos, Isla Santiago, 0.5 km W of the spring at James Bay, 10m

OSC
102566Lawrence H. Pike   26881971-05-01
Ecuador, Galapagos, Isla Santiago, Recent pahoehoe lava flow near James Bay. Copeland site #17, 240m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.