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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Guepinia elegans Berk. & M.A. Curtis
PH00320685H. W. Ravenel   s.n.
United States, South Carolina, 33.859192 -81.036614

PH
Guepinia elegans Berk. & M.A. Curtis
PH00320684C.G. Lloyd   s.n1902-10-00
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, locality data field empty, 39.162004 -84.456886

PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
Guepinia elegans Berk. & M.A. Curtis
PH00005652J.M. Peters   s.n.
United States, Alabama, Sine loc.

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00312143   s.n.1841-12-13
no locality on labels

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320691   5381887-07-12
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Faulkland, 39.747612 -75.635484

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320694   s.n
locality data field empty

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320693Albert Commons   s.n1893-09-02
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Wilmington, 39.745947 -75.546589

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320692   5381889-10-00
United States, Delaware, New Castle, locality data field empty, 39.745947 -75.546589

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320688H. W. Ravenel   47
United States, South Carolina, Santee Canal

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320689Duff   s.n1890-11-07
United States, Delaware, New Castle, near Newark (Harmony Station), 39.683723 -75.749657

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320696   s.n.
United States, New Jersey, 39.547298 -75.017171

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320687   s.n.
United States, New Jersey, 39.547298 -75.017171

PH
Guepinia spathularia (Schwein.) Fr.
PH00320686   24
no locality on label

PH
PH00320690   s.n.
locality data field empty


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