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

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00303503APB [= A. P. Brown]   s.n.1888-08-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Broad St.

PH
Brachysporium crepini (Westend.) Sacc.
PH00323674H. Diedicke   s.n1904-07-15
Germany, Thuringen: Steiger bei Erfurt

PH-MU
Brachysporium crepini (Westend.) Sacc.
PH00323673H. Diedicke   2261907-06-00
Germany, Erfurt, Sulze, near Tieftal

PH
PH00310545E. T. Reese   QM 6651951-11-21
United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, QM Depot, 39.935489 -75.181642

PH
PH00315963F. W. Neger   s.n.1901-04-00
Germany, Bavaria, Bayern: bei Munchen

PH
PH00303499George Martin   s.n.1890-00-00
United States, Florida, Florida, 27.6648 -81.5158

PH
PH00316024Martin   s.n.1890-00-00
United States, Florida, Florida, 27.6648 -81.5158

PH
PH00303501M. Britzelmayr   s.n.1878-05-00
Germany, Bavaria, Haspelmoor bei Augsburg


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