Dataset: UNM-Fungi
Taxa: Gomphaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of New Mexico Herbarium Mycological Collection


UNM:Fungi
Gomphus floccosus (Schwein.) Singer
UNM0136311The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1988-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Otero, Bonito Park, off Highway 37, near Bonito Lake, Whit Mountain Wilderness are in the Lincoln National Forest., 33.455883 -105.734901

UNM:Fungi
Clavariadelphus ligula (Schaeff.) Donk
UNM0136313The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1987-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Colfax, Collected between Eagle Nest and Ute Park, in the Cimarron Canyon State park. Sample also has info. for Bonito Park near Bonito Lake, N.M., 36.5167 -105.2167

UNM:Fungi
Clavariadelphus ligula (Schaeff.) Donk
UNM0136314The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1987-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Colfax, Collected between Eagle Nest and Ute Park, in the Cimarron Canyon State park. Sample also has info. for Bonito Park and Mora, N.M., 36.5167 -105.2167

UNM:Fungi
UNM0136316The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1986-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Red River, Carson National Forest. Sample also has info for Bonito Park, off Highway 37, near Bonito lake., 36.706685 -105.407124

UNM:Fungi
UNM0136317The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1986-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Red River, Carson National Forest. Sample also has info for Bonito Park, off Highway 37, and Summer Life Camp area near Mora, N.M., 36.706685 -105.407124

UNM:Fungi
Ramaria formosa (Pers.) Quél.
UNM0136321The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1991-09-01
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Ski Basin, 35.796811 -105.802419

UNM:Fungi
UNM0136322The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1991-09-01
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Ski Basin, 35.796167 -105.80141

UNM:Fungi
Ramaria stricta (Pers.) Quél.
UNM0136323The N.M. Mycological Society   sn1986-08-01
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Red River, Carson National Forest. Sample also has info for Cimarron Canyon State Park, White Mountain Wilderness area., 36.706685 -105.407124


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Google Map

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