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

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


USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242006C. E. Chardon   8951920-08-11
Puerto Rico, Olla Llanita, Penuelas., 18.0583333 -66.7219444

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242007C. E. Chardon   7221920-07-19
Puerto Rico, Finca Pretoria, Penuelas., 18.0583333 -66.7219444

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242072C. E. Chardon   7261920-07-20
Puerto Rico, Peñuelas, Finca Preloria, 18.0583333 -66.7219444

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242074C. E. Chardon   7201920-08-09
Puerto Rico, Ponce, Pastillo arriba., 18.0130556 -66.6144444

USU-UTC:UTC
Phyllachora canafistulae F. Stevens & Dalbey
UTC00242075C. E. Chardon   7231920-07-18
Puerto Rico, Peñuelas, Finca Preloria., 18.06042 -66.722927

USU-UTC:UTC
Phyllachora nectandrae F. Stevens & Dalbey
UTC00242076C. E. Chardon   7281920-08-27
Puerto Rico, Hacienda Pulgillar, Coamo., 18.079352 -66.358527

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242078C.E. Chardon   6751920-07-27
Puerto Rico, Finca Pretoria, Penuelas., 18.056355 -66.721561

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242079C.E. Chandron   6741916-04-06
Puerto Rico, Barceloneta., 18.454706 -66.538389

USU-UTC:UTC
Phyllachora canafistulae F. Stevens & Dalbey
UTC00242101C. E. Chardon   7241920-07-28
Puerto Rico, Penuelas., 18.0583333 -66.7219444

USU-UTC:UTC
Phyllachora conica (Chardón) Petr.
UTC00242103Whetzel; Olive   6731916-03-26
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez., 18.2030556 -67.14

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242138C. E. Chardon   7291920-08-08
Puerto Rico, Tinca Preloria, Penuelas., 18.056355 -66.721561

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00242139C. E. Chardon   7271920-07-15
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez., 18.201345 -67.145155

USU-UTC:UTC
UTC00243061M. C. Richards   1934-07-01
United States, New York, Nassau, H. Simonson farms Glenhead., 40.8352778 -73.6236111


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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.