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

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New York State Museum Mycology Collection


NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Typhula (Pers.) Fr.
NYSd998Haines, John H.   1986-09-07
United States, New York, HAMILTON, Town of Long Lake, south end of Raquette Lake, marsh near Browns Tract.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Typhula (Pers.) Fr.
NYSd1022Haines, John H.   1986-09-03
United States, New York, Albany, Albany Pine Bush: west of the intersection of Rt. 155 and Washington Ave.

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Typhula Lane, Heather; Leonardi, Lorinda
NYSd4265Haines, John H.   1967-06-28
United States, Oregon, LINCOLN, Cape Perpetua., 61m

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Typhula phacorrhiza (Reichard) Fr.
NYSd1335Haines, John H.; Sheviak, Charles   1981-10-15
United States, New York, Albany, collected from flower pot with recently killed overwintering Platanthera leucophaea. Orchid collected 7/1980 Kenosha Co, Wisc. and was grown in NY.

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf206Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Essex, Cascade, Essex County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf207Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Essex, Cascadeville, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf447Bates, J. M.   42941907-07-17
United States, Nebraska, Webster, Red Cloud, Nebraska

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
Pistillaria micans (Pers.) Fr.
NYSd4407Haines, John H.; Stuntz, Daniel E.   1966-06-05
United States, Washington, KING, Carnation.

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3407Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Ulster, Ellenville, Ulster County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf3662Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Ulster, Ellenville, Ulster County, New York

NYS-NYSM:NYSD
NYSd894Haines, John H.   1987-09-05
United States, New York, Albany, Rensselaerville: E. N. Huyck Preserve, near the Mill House.

NYS-NYSM:NYSF
NYSf1183Peck, Charles H.   
United States, New York, Sullivan, Forestburgh, New York


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