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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Ascophanus microsporus (Berk. & Broome) W. Phillips
NYSd2400Haines, John H.   1973-09-00
United States, New York, Albany, Rensselaerville: E. N. Huyck Preserve.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Ascophanus microsporus (Berk. & Broome) W. Phillips
NYSd3623Haines, John H.; Marr, C. D.; Dennis   1970-09-28
United States, New York, OTSEGO, near Cooperstown, New York State University Oneonta Field Station.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Ascophanus microsporus (Berk. & Broome) W. Phillips
NYSd3660Haines, John H.   1970-09-19
United States, New York, SCHUYLER, Southwest of Ithaca, Hendershot Gulf, near Alpine.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd115Miller, Norton G.   14821963-07-07
United States, New York, Essex, Town of Keene: Adirondack Mountains, Mount Marcy.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pseudopeziza trifolii (Biv.) Fuckel
NYSd3487Haines, John H.   1968-08-13
United States, Tennessee, SEVIER, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, New Found Gap.


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