Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Corticium abietis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chrysler Herbarium - Mycological Collection


CHRB
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
CHRB-F-0004063L. Romell   
Sweden

Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
Romell.F.exs.0129   

Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of the Estonian University of Life Sciences (TAAM) & Estonian University of Life Sciences (EAA)


TAAM & EAA
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
TAAM(E)000135L. Romell   

Meise Botanic Garden Herbarium


BR
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
BR5020130425578Romell L.   S.N.
Sweden, Ad Stockholm

University of Minnesota, Bell Museum of Natural History Herbarium Fungal Collection


MIN
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
945449   

University of Nebraska State Museum, C.E. Bessey Herbarium - Fungi


NEB
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
NEB00048775L. Romell   
Sweden, Suecia: ad Stockholm, 59.3333 18

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Fungi


NCU:Fungi
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
NCU-F-0007555Coker, William Chambers   103701937-01-24
United States, North Carolina, Orange, Chapel Hill., 35.91306 -79.05611

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Corticium abietis (Fr.) Romell
BPI 1006593   
Germany


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