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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


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NYSf3721de Thümen   1554.1879-08-00
Austria inferior.

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NYSf1144Robertson, J. M.   
United States, New York, Clinton, Plattsburgh, New York

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NYSf1691Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Essex, Elizabethtown, New York

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NYSf1692Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Essex, Elizabethtown, New York

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NYSf2655Peck, Charles H.   1886-09-00
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Sandlake, New York

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NYSf3599Peck, Charles H.   1886-09-00
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Sandlake, New York

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Taphrina caerulescens (Desm. & Mont.) Tul.
NYSd3830Haines, John H.; Smith, Stanley J.; Rogerson, Clark T.   1970-07-03
United States, New York, Albany, Route 155, 5 miles west of Albany, Karner.

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Taphrina deformans (Berk.) Tul.
NYSd4385Haines, John H.   1966-06-27
United States, Washington, KING, Seattle: University of Washington campus, Johnson Hall.

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NYSf4007   

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NYSf3297Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Jefferson, Evans Mills, New York

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NYSf3298Peck, Charles H.   1897-06-00
United States, New York, Essex, North Elba, New York

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NYSf3655Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Essex, North Elba, New York

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NYSd3738Haines, John H.; Smith, Stanley J.   1970-07-22
United States, New York, Essex, Adirondack Region: 2 miles west of village of Ray Brook.

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Taphrina amentorum (Sadeb.) Rostr.
NYSd2364Haines, John H.   1973-10-11
United States, New York, Albany, Rensselaerville: E. N. Huyck Preserve, Lake Myosotis near Ordway House.


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