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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00076660unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Burke, Lehigh & Northampton, [Gnadenthal?], Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00076930unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Burke, Lehigh & Northampton, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00076961unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Burke, Lehigh & Northampton, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00077008unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00077461unknown   s.n.1829-00-00
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
Sphaeria radulans Fr. & Schwein.
PH00077516unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00077546unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
Thelephora cinerea (Pers.) Pers.
PH00077569unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00077622unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
PH00078102unknown   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem

PH-ANSP:PH-Schwein-Fungi
Thelephora viscosa (Pers.) Pers.
PH00078140unknown   s.n.1829-00-00
United States, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Bethlehem and Salem


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Google Map

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