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

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


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UTC00260529Dane Gyllenskog   122008-10-28
United States, Utah, Cache, Logan City; Utah State University campus, next to Taggert Student Center, 41.742983 -111.81327, 1451m

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UTC00260594Jared Stapp   092009-09-20
United States, Utah, Cache, Cache National Forest; Swan Flats, 41.995114 -111.49046, 2530 - 2560m

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Pisolithus arenarius Alb. & Schwein.
UTC00274509Jaylene Summers   2014-09-25
United States, Utah, Box Elder, Willard; private residence at 7215 South Hwy. 89, 41.378505 -112.030988

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UTC00282488Josh Bowles   06-0022006-09-06
United States, Utah, Box Elder, Riverside, Waterson Estate, 41.788816 -112.148842

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UTC00228980Michael B. Piep   0.0912000-07-12
United States, Utah, Cache, Bed of juniper between sidewalks north and west of the BNR building on the Utah State University Campus., 41.74 -111.815, 1463m

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Pisolithus arrhizus (Scop.) Rauschert
UTC00230032Bradley R. Kropp   31-10-00192000-10-31
BELIZE, Mountain Pine Ridge Cayo District Belize, 16.956938 -88.979678

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UTC00230037Bradley R. Kropp   2-11-00-162000-11-02
BELIZE, Cayo, Mountain Pine Ridge, Calillo Area, 16.956938 -88.979678

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UTC00230617R.Justin DeRose   16
United States, Utah, Cache, Cache National Forest ; Found on school forest in mature (200 year old) spruce fir forest type., 41.727546 -111.683775, 2438m

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Scleroderma polyrhizum (J.F. Gmel.) Pers.
UTC00236633J.M. Trappe   17901968-11-21
United States, Oregon, Lane, Junction City., 44.21929 -123.205648

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UTC00236635H. Larsen, Jr.   1975-09-05
United States, Washington, Clark, Ca. 5 miles NE of Ridgefield., 45.866283 -122.669153

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UTC00240315Jerry Hendricsen   19-Jan2004-06-28
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Salt Lake City., 40.760779 -111.891047


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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