Dataset: PH
Taxa: Ascodesmidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Lasiobolus equinus (O.F. Müll.) P. Karst.
PH00301322E. T. Reese   s.n.1950-11-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Delaware County, 39.918914 -75.408513

PH
Lasiobolus equinus (O.F. Müll.) P. Karst.
PH00301323A. Commons   2401
United States, Delaware, No locality on label, 39.079603 -75.541504

PH
PH00301324A. H. Smith   33-1741933-06-07
United States, Michigan, Alger, Chatham, 46.343457 -86.931441

PH
Lasiobolus papillatus (Pers.) Sacc.
PH00314837C. H. Clarke   s. n.
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 42.312676 -71.118871

PH
Lasiobolus papillatus (Pers.) Sacc.
PH00324013C. H. Clarke   s. n.1889-03-00
United States, Massachusetts, Suffolk, Jamaica Plain, 39.54796 -75.017343

PH
Lasiobolus papillatus (Pers.) Sacc.
PH00314840H. et P. Sydow   s.n.1918-03-30
Germany, Brandenburg, Forstrevier Lotsche bei Klosterfelde, Nieder-Barnim


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