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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
PH00062272A.D.E. Elmer   202331921-10-00
Malaysia, Myburgh, Sandakan

PH-ANSP:PH-FUNGI
PH00087738P.A. Saccardo   995
Italy

PH-ANSP:PH-FUNGI
PH00087739T.S. Earle   988b1881-10-19
United States, Missouri, New Madrid

PH-ANSP:PH-FUNGI
PH00087740F.S. Earle   30501883-10-00
United States, Illinois, Cobden

PH-ANSP:PH-FUNGI
PH00087741C.H. Demetrio   30501883-09-00
United States, Missouri, Prope Perryville

PH-ANSP:PH-FUNGI
PH00087742B. Schenk   30501883-10-00
Switzerland, prope Stein a. Rh.

PH
PH00311423   26851889-11-00
United States, Texas, Jefferson, Beaumont, 30.086046 -94.101846

PH
PH00311422   

PH
PH00323844S.M. Tracy   s.n1893-10-00
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, Starkville; 33.45028 -88.81833, 33.4504 -88.818387

PH
PH00323843B.F.G. Egeling   s.n1889-11-00
United States, Texas, Jefferson, Beaumont, 30.086046 -94.101846


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