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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


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NYSf4062   

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NYSf2306Peck, Charles H.   128
United States, New York, Wayne, Savannah, New York

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Clasterosporium populi Ellis & Everh.
NYSf4485   

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NYSf4623   

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Sporidesmium amygdalearum Pass. in Thümen
NYSf3728Passerini, Prof. G.   474.1876-00-00
Parma.

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NYSf3821Ravenel, H. W.   791.
United States, America septentr.: Aiken - Carolina australis.

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NYSf4058   

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NYSf4180   

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NYSf1940Pringle, C. G.   363
United States, Vermont, Lower Canada (Vermont fide Pk.)

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NYSf1983Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Sandlake, New York

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NYSf4462   

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NYSf4397   

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Sporidesmium stygium Berk. & M.A. Curtis
NYSf4547   

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NYSf4434   


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