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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


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PH00302198H. W. Ravenel   93
United States, Tennessee, Lookout Mt.

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PH00308178FPH [?]   101641936-11-07
United States, Tennessee, Knox, 35.982104 -83.964553

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PH00308152L. R. Hesler   101731936-10-04
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Meigs Creek, Great Smoky Mts. National Park, 35.663285 -83.662814

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PH00308183L. R. Hesler   101661936-11-22
United States, Tennessee, Knox, New Hopewell, 35.928419 -83.800456

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Bovistella radicata (Durieu & Mont.) Pat.
PH00308129L. R. Hesler   101651936-11-29
United States, Tennessee, Knox, Knox County, 35.979882 -83.961806

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PH00308338L. R. Hesler   101761935-11-10
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Boulevard Trail, Great Smoky Mts., 1524m

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PH00308252L. R. I. Riley   101711936-10-04
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Meigs Creek, 35.663285 -83.662814

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PH00308161L. P. H.   101691936-11-22
United States, Tennessee, Knox, Locality data empty, 35.982104 -83.964553

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PH00308349L. R. Hesler-Billing-Drew   101771936-09-26
United States, Tennessee, Wallace's, near Knoxville, 35.959526 -83.931725

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Bovistella radicata (Durieu & Mont.) Pat.
PH00308133S. P. Hesler   101681936-11-22
United States, Tennessee, Knox, 35.982104 -83.964553

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PH00308256   101811936-10-04
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Meigs Creek, 35.663285 -83.662814

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Calostoma lutescens (Schwein.) Burnap
PH00308372H. M. Jennison   101891937-01-26
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, The Sinks, Great Smoky Mts. National Park

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PH00312400P. J. Halicki   s.n.1959-10-01
United States, Tennessee, Sumner, Cumberland River, Station 2, right bank

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PH00312401P. J. Halicki   s.n.1959-10-03
United States, Tennessee, Davidson, Cumberland River, Station 1, left bank

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Arcyria denudata (L.) Wettst.
PH00313028G. A. R. [= G. A. Rex]   a1894-08-00
United States, Tennessee, Carter, Burbank, Roan Mt., 36.195277 -82.08309, 914m

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Arcyria denudata (L.) Wettst.
PH00323643G. A. Rex   b1894-08-00
United States, Tennessee, Carter, Burbank, Roan Mt., 36.195277 -82.08309, 914m

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Coleosporium ipomoeae (Schwein.) Burrill
PH00317714G. G. Hedgcock   228441916-09-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Chables, 35.056694 -84.529159

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PH00317676G. G. Hedgcock   F. P. 229001916-09-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Chable, 35.086198 -84.563492

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Coleosporium ipomoeae (Schwein.) Burrill
PH00317716G. G. Hedgcock   228421916-09-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Chables, 35.056694 -84.529159

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Coleosporium ipomoeae (Schwein.) Burrill
PH00317708G. G. Hedgcock   188141915-09-27
United States, Tennessee, Mcminn, Etowah, 35.341332 -84.523558

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PH00317606G. G. Hedgcock   F. P. 240721915-09-27
United States, Tennessee, Mcminn, Etowah, 35.341892 -84.526648

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PH00317623G. G. Hedgcock   F. P. 228521916-09-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Chable, 35.077207 -84.572418

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PH00317593G. G. Hedgcock   171441914-08-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, locality data field empty, 36.308122 -89.117845

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Coleosporium carneum (Bosc) H.S. Jacks.
PH00317515G. G. Hedgcock   F. P. 171311914-08-20
United States, Tennessee, Polk, Chable, 35.086198 -84.563492

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Tilmadoche nutans (Persoon) Rostafinsky
PH00324321George A. Rex   s.n.1894-08-00
United States, Tennessee, Carter, Roan Mtn, Burbank, 36.195277 -82.08309

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Tubulina cylindrica (Bulliard) DeCandolle
PH00325752George A. Rex   s.n.1894-08-00
United States, Tennessee, Roan Mt. Station, 36.195277 -82.08309

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PH00325138George A. Rex   s.n.1894-08-00
United States, Tennessee, Carroll, Burbank, Roan Mtn, 36.195277 -82.08309

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PH00375376George A. Rex   B116
United States, Tennessee, Carter, Roan Mountain, 36.195277 -82.08309


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