Dataset: PH
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Arkansas; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317535R.P. Dale   F. P.155691914-05-06
United States, Arkansas, Wagoner, Okay, 33.767619 -93.924076

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317487N. R. Hunt   F. P. 208661916-04-26
United States, Arkansas, Pulaski, Little Rock, 34.736325 -92.344527

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317500N. R. Hunt   F. P. 208641916-04-25
United States, Arkansas, Clark, Gurdon, 33.913528 -93.162642

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317511G. G. Hedgcock   189811915-10-13
United States, Arkansas, Cross, Wynne, 35.23547 -90.792273

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317534R. P. Dale   153531916-05-06
United States, Arkansas, Wagoner, Okay, 33.767619 -93.924076

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317513G. G. Hedgcock   189921915-10-12
United States, Arkansas, White, Bald Knob, 35.31513 -91.572718

PH
PH00317615G. G. Hedgcock   F. P. 189911915-10-12
United States, Arkansas, White, Bald Knob, 35.312609 -91.570314

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317537W. P. Dale   223971916-04-22
United States, Arkansas, Howard, Okay, 33.767619 -93.924076

PH
Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317512G. G. Hedgcock   18982a1915-10-12
United States, Arkansas, Cross, Wynne, 35.224533 -90.78678

PH
PH00317595G. G. Hedgcock   200151915-10-15
United States, Arkansas, Clark, Arkadelphia, 34.120929 -93.053784

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00064042T. Nuttall   s.n.
United States, Arkansas, Red River


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