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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Discina ancilis (Pers.) Sacc.
NYSd4538Stuntz, Daniel E.; Hall   1966-04-10
United States, Washington, SNOHOMISH, Lee Experimental Forest.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Discina ancilis (Pers.) Sacc.
NYSd4678Haines, John H.   1964-04-10
United States, Washington, SNOHOMISH, Lee Experimental Forest.

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3694Underwood, L. M.   1892-05-08
United States, Indiana, Putnam, Greencastle, Indiana

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd951Futyma, Richard   1987-04-25
United States, New York, Albany, Albany: west of Rt. 155 near the NYS thruway.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd952Tucker, Gordon C.   1987-04-12
United States, New York, Albany, Dormansville: on west side of Alcove Reservoir about 250 m SE of intersection of Rt. 32 and county rt. 411., 229m

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd4374   1966-10-03
United States, Washington, Troublesome Creek.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Gyromitra korfii (Raitv.) Harmaja
NYSd1655Haines, L. G.   s.n.1998-05-13
United States, New York, Albany, Town of Rensselaerville: near gate to Haines property, on Lintner Road 1/2 mile northwest from Route 353.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Hydnotrya tulasnei (Berk.) Berk. & Broome
NYSd741Bauhofer, Corlin   s.n.1989-09-09
United States, New York, ULSTER, Catskill Region: Frost Valley YMCA Camp, on Rt. 157, ca. 7 miles south of Big Indian.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pseudorhizina californica (W. Phillips) Harmaja
NYSd3361Haines, John H.   1968-05-11
United States, Oregon, LINN, 2 miles east of Lost Lake, Route 20., 75m

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pseudorhizina californica (W. Phillips) Harmaja
NYSd4247Haines, John H.   1967-07-03
United States, Oregon, GRANT, Strawberry Mountain National Forest, Strawberry Falls.


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