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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


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NYSf815Brandegee, T. S.   1898-12-11
United States, Colorado, Colorado

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf4031Voss   1877-07-00
Carniolia

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NYSf422Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Adirondack Mountains, New York

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NYSf423Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Lake Avalanche, Adirondacks, New York

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NYSf726Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Albany, Center, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3452Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Albany, Karner, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3453Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Albany, Karner, Albany County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
Peridermium consimile Arthur & F. Kern
NYSf3898Durand, E.J.   1905-07-00
United States, Junius swamp, Cayuga Lake Basin, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf1180Pringle, C. G.   1881-07-13
United States, Arizona, Santa Rita Mountains, Arizona

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NYSf2537Ellis, J. B.   2040
United States, New Jersey, Newfield, New Jersey


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