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

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

Sphacelotheca reiliana (J.G. Kühn) G.P. Clinton
UTC00266055Y. Akaishi   1926-08-25
China, jilin sheng, Kung-chu-ling [Gongzhuling], 43.507222 124.812222

Cintractia caricis (Pers.) Magnus
UTC00143878Bassett Maguire   1933-07-31
United States, Utah, San Juan, La Sal Mts.; Summit of Mt. Peal., 38.4383333 -109.2286111, 3990m

Anthracoidea caricis (Pers.) Bref.
UTC00231814Nils Lundqvist   45761965-06-23
SWEDEN, Uppsala l_n, Uppland: Altuna par, c. 1200m NE of the parish church, near the nighroad, 59.916667 17.483333

Schizonella melanogramma (DC.) J. Schröt.
UTC00243285W. C. Muenscher   1922-07-02
United States, New York, Collected at Six Mile Gorge, near the town of Chuca., 42.440628 -76.496607

Sporisorium sorghi Ehrenb. ex Link
UTC00247967Y. Akaishi   1922-08-21
CHINA, Jilin, Kang-chu-ling., 43.5072222 124.8122222

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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