Dataset: USU-UTC
Search Criteria: Brazil; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Intermountain Herbarium (fungi, not lichens), Utah State University

Calvatia bicolor (Lév.) Kreisel
UTC00283686P.P.T. Lacerda   5052004-05-24
Brazil, Rio Grande do Norte, Parque Estadual Dunas do Natal, Natal, -5.829925 -35.188868

Hymenochaete luteobadia (Fr.) Höhn. & Litsch.
UTC00235700G. T. Prance; J. R. Steward; J. F. Ramos; L. G. Fa   97161969-02-08
BRAZIL, Roraima, Foothills of Sierra Parima, S. of Auaris., 4.05 -64.3666667, 900m

Trichaptum trichomallum (Berk. & Mont.) Murrill
UTC00235729G. T. Prance; O. Fidalgo; B. W,.Nelson; J.F. Ramos   215221974-07-29
BRAZIL, Roraima, Vicinity of Auaris., 4.1 -64.4166667

UTC00235732G. T. Prance; O. Fidalgo; B. W. Nelson; J. F. Ramo   213631974-07-24
BRAZIL, Roraima, Vicinity of Auaris., 4.1 -64.4166667, 800m

UTC00235733G.T. Prance; O. Fidalgo, B. W. Nelson; J. F. Ramos   213331974-07-23
BRAZIL, Roraima, Vicinity of Auaris, Territorio do Roraima., 4.1 -64.4166667, 800m

Podoscypha replicata (Lloyd) D.A. Reid
UTC00235772G. T. Prance; W. C. Steward; F. P. Harter; J. F> R   136051971-02-10
BRAZIL, Roraima, Between Botamatatedi & Maita. Indian trail from Surucucu to Uaica., 3.125 -63.6

Dichostereum pallescens (Schwein.) Boidin & Lanq.
UTC00235786G. T. Prance; J. R. Steward; J. F. Ramos; L. G. Fa   101761969-02-22
BRAZIL, Roraima, Serra dos Surucucus, Northwest of Mission Station., 2.7416667 -63.575

Cymatoderma fuscum (Cooke) D.A. Reid
UTC00235811Bassett Maguire; Joao Murca Pires; Celia K. Maguir   604101965-11-24
BRAZIL, About Camp 5 (Palmito Camp). Serra da Neblina, Rio Negro, Rio Cauaburi., -23.25 -49.5

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.