Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Buellia spuria (Lecidea spuria, Lecidea spuria var. spuria), Buellia spuria var. amblyogona, Buellia spuria var. ferruginea, Buellia spuria var. fusca, Buellia spuria var. insularis, Buellia spuria var. spuria
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
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
37721Bungartz, F.   72372007-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Fé, on top of lava flow at the N-coast of the island, -0.803444 -90.042916, 13m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
38281Bungartz, F.   77732007-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, southwestern slope, above Tagus Cove, -0.223777 -91.3205, 900m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
45654Bungartz, F.   88362010-09-11
Ecuador, Galápagos, Española, N of Punta Cevallos, inland from coast, -1.384361 -89.629111, 20m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
45931Bungartz, F.   91132010-11-11
Ecuador, Galápagos, Española, trail from Bahía Manzanillo on the N-coast of the island to the highest point, -1.371861 -89.702055, 130m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
45999Bungartz, F.   91812010-12-11
Ecuador, Galápagos, Española, SW-part of the island, -1.346222 -89.648333, 7m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
46000Bungartz, F.   91822010-12-11
Ecuador, Galápagos, Española, SW-part of the island, -1.346222 -89.648333, 7m

CDS:Lichens
Buellia spuria (Schaer.) Anzi
52327Bungartz, F.   103532012-05-05
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, lower slopes of small, vegetated peak along the western crater rim, -0.939 -91.423333, 1630m


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Google Map

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