Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Parmotrema latissimum
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mushroom Observer


MUOB
MUOB 177867Jason Hollinger   MUOB 1778672013-01-18
Peru, Loreto, Ceiba Tops Lodge, -3.51 -72.06, 100 - 100m

Swedish Museum of Natural History


S:S-Fungi
Parmotrema latissimum (F'©e) Hale
L40303F. W. Pennell   159011948-07-12
Peru, Amazonas, Peru Dep. of Amazonas On stone on caliche hill, 2300-2400 m. alt, 1-2 km. northeast of Chachapoyas

S:S-Fungi
Parmotrema latissimum (F'©e) Hale
F57944Rolf Santesson & G   P74:741981-03-15
Peru, San Mart, Dept. San Martin: Prov. San Martin, Cerro Escalera (NE of Tarapoto), NW of the tunnel. 6Îç26Š-È S, 76Îç15Š-È W Alt. c. 1000 m

S:S-Fungi
Parmotrema latissimum (F'©e) Hale
F169890Ynes Mexia   8249a1936-10-01
Peru, Hu'nuco, Peru Departamento and Provincia Huanuco. Distrito Churubamba; Hacienda Exito; on woody stems of coca shrubs. Alt. 1165 m.


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