Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Buellia disciformis (Buellia parasema, Hafellia disciformis, Buellia parasema var. triphragmia, Buellia parasema var. polyspora), Buellia disciformis f. disciformis, Buellia disciformis f. microcarpa, Buellia disciformis f. microspora, Buellia disciformis f. rugulosa, Buellia disciformis f. vulgata, Buellia disciformis subsp. disciformis, Buellia disciformis subsp. nodulosa, Buellia disciformis subsp. subdisciformis, Buellia disciformis var. albocincta, Buellia disciformis var. cinereoferruginea, Buellia disciformis var. cinereopruinosa, Buellia disciformis var. disciformis, Buellia disciformis var. ericina, Buellia disciformis var. hokiensis, Buellia disciformis var. inspersa, Buellia disciformis var. lecanactina, Buellia disciformis var. letocline, Buellia disciformis var. major, Buellia disciformis var. muscorum, Buellia disciformis var. reagens, Buellia disciformis var. rhodina, Buellia disciformis var. rugulosa, Buellia disciformis var. sanguinea, Buellia disciformis var. saprophila, Buellia disciformis var. saxicola, Buellia disciformis var. vulgata (Buellia parasema var. vulgata), Buellia disciformis var. wilsonii, Buellia disciformis var. minor
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
47204Bungartz, F.   98662011-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Floreana, lava flow ca. 200 m N of village Puerto Velasco Ibarra, at the W-coast of the island, ca. 100 m inland, permanent plot 38, -1.269472 -90.488277, 11m


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