Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Chrysocelis lupini
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel Lagerh. & Dietel
C0273631FJ. F. Macbride & T. Featherstone   1922-08-01
Peru, Junín, Concepción, 6 miles south of Mito, 3048m

F:Botany
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel Lagerh. & Dietel
C0273632FJ. F. Macbride   31181923-04-03
Peru, Pasco, Huariaca, [Precise locality unknown], 2896m

F:Botany
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel Lagerh. & Dietel
C0273633FJ. F. Macbride & T. Featherstone   13011922-06-23
Peru, Uspachaca, 2591m

Purdue University, Arthur Fungarium


PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR017054Macbride, J Francis   18171922-08-01
Peru, 6 mi. S of Mito, -9.984969 -76.433282

PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR017053Macbride, J Francis   31181923-04-03
Peru, Huariaca, alt. about 9500 ft., -10.441941 -76.189861, - 2900m

PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR017055Macbride; Featherstone   13011922-06-23
Peru, Uspachaca, alt. about 8500 ft., -10.417881 -76.446272

PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR017059Rose, J N; Rose, J N   190501914-09-01
Peru, Cuzco, -7.255558 -76.475553

PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR017072Diaz Vaderrama, Jorge Ronny   U-15702014-12-25
Peru, Chugurcillo, Shudall, Cajamarca, -7.133333 -78.483333

PUR
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
PUR041543Diaz Vaderrama, Jorge Ronny   MCA 64272016-10-12
Peru, Amazonas, Luya, Kuelap

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


MIN:Fungi
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
319016Rose, J.N.   190501914-09-01
Peru

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Chrysocelis lupini Lagerh. & Dietel
BPI 123596Garcia G. Rada   1945-08-28
Peru, Huaras, Ancash Dept.


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