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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


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NYSd3004Haines, John H.   1971-09-25
United States, New York, WARREN, Charles Lathrop Pack Experimental Forest, 3 miles north of Warrensburg.

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Plectania melastoma (Sowerby) Fuckel
NYSd4680Haines, John H.   1964-04-03
United States, Washington, KING, Seattle: Seward Park.

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Volutella ciliata (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.
NYSd500Bakaitis, Bill   90-1901990-09-12
United States, New York, DUTCHESS, Clinton Corners: Boyer Farm, Walnut Lane.

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NYSd4245Haines, John H.   1967-07-03
United States, Oregon, GRANT, Strawberry Mountain National Forest, Strawberry Creek.

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NYSd4295Haines, John H.   1967-06-14
United States, Oregon, LINN, Near Cascadia, Highway 20.

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NYSd4332Haines, John H.   1967-05-01
United States, Washington, GRAYS HARBOR, Ruby Beach, Trail #2.

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Urnula craterium (Schwein.) Fr.
NYSd3201Haines, John H.; Smith, Stanley J.; Fischer, Richard B.   1970-05-19
United States, New York, Albany, Route 155, West of Albany, 2 miles south of Route 5.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Plectania melaena (Fr.) Paden
NYSd4711Haines, John H.   1963-02-26
United States, Washington, SNOHOMISH, 2 miles southeast of Monroe, trail leading south from Ben Howard Road.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Plectania melaena (Fr.) Paden
NYSd4719Haines, John H.   1965-04-11
United States, Washington, 4-5 miles east of Granite Falls.

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NYSf2604Dudley, W. R.   
United States, California, California

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NYSf10Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Sandlake, Rensselaer County, New York

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NYSf1329Underwood, L. M.   1891-11-24
United States, Texas, Austin, Texas


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