Dataset: NYS
Taxa: Pyrenopeziza
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza [not recorded]
NYSd158Haines, John H.; Raitviir, Ain; Spooner, Brian   1991-06-13
United States, New York, Greene, Hunter Township: Catskill Park, ca. 1 mile south of Tannersville, marsh on Rt. 214 near Stony Clove.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza [not recorded]
NYSd2626Haines, John H.; Rogerson, Clark T.; Smith, Stanley J.   1972-07-18
United States, New York, GENESEE, Bergen Swamp.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza lacerata (Cooke & W. Phillips) Sacc.
NYSd3214Haines, John H.; Smith, Stanley J.   1970-04-27
United States, New York, Albany, 2 miles south of New Salem, Rock Hill Road.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd3436Carroll, George; Mueller, E.   5561963-07-12
Switzerland, Ticino, Airolo.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza [not recorded]
NYSd4392Haines, John H.   1966-06-12
United States, Washington, Grays Harbor City.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza foliicola (P. Karst.) Sacc.
NYSd778Haines, John H.   1989-06-16
United States, New York, Franklin, Town of Harrietstown: near the outlet of Stoney Creek Pond, Corey's, boggy margin of pond.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza foliicola (P. Karst.) Sacc.
NYSd878Haines, John H.   1988-06-05
United States, New York, Franklin, Adirondack Region: Corey's, near the outlet of Stoney Creek Ponds.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pyrenopeziza [not recorded]
NYSd950Haines, John H.   1987-05-10
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Rensselaer: under the east approach of the I90 bridge over the Hudson River.

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf2002   

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf2005House, Homer D.   1923-07-01
United States, New York, Essex, Newcomb, Essex County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf2816House, Homer D.   8251925-07-07
United States, New York, Essex, Newcomb, Essex County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3935   


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