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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
PH00041831E. Ule   s.n.1884-08-00
Brazil, Brasilia: Prope Sao Francisco

PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
Parodiella fruticola Ellis & Everh.
PH00041832F.W. Anderson   s.n.1888-02-00
United States, Montana, Sand Coulee

PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
Parodiella fruticola Ellis & Everh.
PH00041833F.W. Anderson   s.n.1888-02-00
United States, Montana, Sand Coulee

PH
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
PH00315572S. M. Tracy   s.n.1893-06-00
United States, Mississippi, Oktibbeha, Starkville, 33.4504 -88.818387

PH
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
PH00315571C. F. Baker   s.n.1894-08-00
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins, 40.58526 -105.084423

PH
Parodiella melioloides (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) G. Winter
PH00302852E. Ule   s.n.1884-10-00
Brazil, Brasilia, Prope Sao Francisco


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