Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa, Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa var. aeruginosa, Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa var. minor
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00303504M. Britzelmayr   s.n.1879-02-00
Germany, on the banks of the Lech, bei Augsburg

PH-ANSP:PH-Type-Fungi
Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa f. minor
PH00000801M. Britzelmayr   s.n.1881-00-00
Germany, Augsburg

Meise Botanic Garden Herbarium


BR
Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa Rehm
BR5020093828294Libert M.   S.N.
Belgium, Malm├ędy

BR
Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa Rehm
BR5020093830310Mouton V.   S.N.
Belgium

BR
Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa Rehm
BR5020093829307Mouton V.   S.N.
Belgium

BR
Ceratosphaeria aeruginosa Rehm
BR5020213281329VGelderblom J.   11-822011-11-11
Netherlands, Dintelse Gorzen

Swedish Museum of Natural History


S
F50955Britzelmayr   1881-00-00
Germany, Bayern, Augsburg

S
F50953Britzelmayr   1879-02-00
Germany, Bayern, Augsburg

S
F50957Britzelmayr   1881-00-00
Germany, Bayern, Augsburg

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 1005281   


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