Dataset: NYS
Search Criteria: Panama; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


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NYSf255Killip, E. P.   1918-02-24
Panama, Fields, Piedra de Lino, Panama

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Pestalozzia gaultheriae Dearn. & House
NYSf1324Killip, E. P.   1918-02-24
Panama, Barren summit, Piedro de Lino, Panama

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Asterina killipii Dearn. & House
NYSf1625Killip, E. P.   1918-02-15
Panama, Camp I, Holcomb's trail, El Boquete, Panama, 1650 m.

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Macrophoma pernettyae Dearn. & House
NYSf2315Killip, E. P.   1918-02-27
Panama, Rocky summit, Chiriqui volcano, Panama, 3600 m. alt., 3600m

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NYSf2385Killip, E. P.   1918-02-25
Panama, Valley Rio Piarnasta, Panama, 1500 m. alt, deep woods


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Google Map

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