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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00301002   s.n.
United States, Carolina, No locality on label

PH
PH00300677H. W. Ravenel   22
United States, Carolina

PH
Mucor nucum (Corda) Berl. & De Toni
PH00300416H. W. Ravenel   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH
Cystopus candidus (Pers.) Lév.
PH00300498   s.n.
United States, Carolina, No locality on label

PH
PH00300349   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH
Physarum cupripes Berk. & Broome
PH00300212   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH
Erineum luteolus Pers.
PH00300351   s.n.
United States, Carolina, No locality on label

PH
PH00300093H. W. Ravenel   s.n.
United States, Carolina, No locality on label

PH
PH00300131H. W. Ravenel   209
United States, Carolina

PH
PH00300134H. W. Ravenel   s.n.
United States, Carolina, No locality on label

PH
Comatricha obtusata (Pers.) J. Schröt.
PH00300142H. W. Ravenel   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH
PH00301287Unknown   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH
Phacidium dentatum J.C. Schmidt
PH00301951   s.n.
United States, Carolina

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00074898unknown   s.n.
United States, Carolina


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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