Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Acremonium charticola (Cephalosporium charticola)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00323395A. Ludwig   s.n1910-12-00
France, Lothringen: Forbach

Canadian National Mycological Herbarium


AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W. Gams
189391M.L. Florian   1976-07-16
Canada, Ontario, Carleton Co., Ottawa

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W.Gams
3602769   

NY:NY
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W.Gams
03602770   

New Zealand Fungarium


PDD:PDD
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W. Gams
PDD 108730Nicholas A. Martin   2016-10-05
New Zealand, -36.795 174.717

PDD:PDD
PDD 53040A Ludwig   1910-12-00
Germany, 46 6

Swedish Museum of Natural History


S
Acremonium charticola (J. Lindau) W. Gams
F29444A. Ludwig   1910-12-00
France, Lorraine, Moselle, Lothringen, Forbach

S
Acremonium charticola (J. Lindau) W. Gams
F29446   

S
Acremonium charticola (J. Lindau) W. Gams
F29445A. Ludwig   1910-12-00
France, Lorraine, Moselle, Lothringen, Forbach

University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey Fungarium


ILLS
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W. Gams
ILLS00115142J.L. Crane & J.D. Schoknecht   s.n.1983-09-10
United States, Illinois, Union, Little Grand Canyon, 37.570328 -89.317588

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


MIN
Acremonium charticola (Lindau) W. Gams
954735Ludwig, A.   11391910-12-00
Germany, Lorraine, Lothringen: Forbach

University of Wisconsin-Madison Herbarium


WIS
WIS-F-0066455A. Ludwig   s.n.1910-12-00

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 410014Ludwig A.   1910-12-00
France, Lorraine (Lothringen), Forbach

BPI
BPI 410015Ludwig A.   1910-12-00
France, formerly Germany Lorraine (Lothringen), Forbach

BPI
BPI 1026664   
Germany


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