Dataset: USU-UTC
Taxa: Blumeriella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


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Blumeriella jaapi
UTC00242083Bryce Wadley   Unknown1960-12-17
United States, Oregon, Unknown., 43.866863 -120.541504

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UTC00243007A.L.C.   1938-08-01
United States, New York, Brookville., 40.813155 -73.567348

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UTC00243152M.C. Richards   1934-06-24
United States, New York, Nassau, Bergman Bros. Plainview., 40.7763889 -73.4672222

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UTC00235421Claire Sterling   1944-10-30
United States, Utah, Washington, Leeds, 37.234237 -113.363051

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UTC00235422Bert Sullivan   1944-10-30
United States, Utah, Washington, Leeds, 37.234237 -113.363051

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UTC00235423Don Fuller   1944-10-30
United States, Utah, Washington, Leeds, 37.234237 -113.363051

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UTC00235424FinleyJudd   1944-11-01
United States, Utah, Washington, Hurricane, 37.174254 -113.289427

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UTC00235420Leo Bringhurst   1944-11-02
United States, Utah, Washington, Toquerville; private fruit orchard, 37.249914 -113.286122


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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