Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cintractia axicola (Ustilago axicola), Cintractia axicola f. axicola, Cintractia axicola f. peribebuyensis, Cintractia axicola f. spicularum, Cintractia axicola var. axicola
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Fungal Collection at the Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz


GLM:GLMcoll
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
GLM-F102311 / 636355 / 293373V√°nky, K.   1981-03-12
Peru, Hu√°nuco, Pachitea, Peruvia: Dept. San Martin, Prov. San Martin, Tarapoto, -10 -76

Fungus Collections at Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe


KR:SMNKfungicoll
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
KR-M-0016736 / 474035 / 24503   1981-08-12
Peru, San Martín, San Martín, -6.5 -76.4

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


TAAM & EAA-TAAM
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
TAAM(E)004342Rolf Santesson | G√∂ran Thor   1981-03-12
Peru, San Martin, Tarapota

Meise Botanic Garden Herbarium


BR
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
BR5020027449953V√°nky K.   25991981-03-12
Peru

New Zealand Fungarium


PDD:PDD
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
PDD 42708Santesson, R; Thor, G;   1981-03-12
Peru

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
BPI 870722   1981-03-12
Peru, San Martin Department, San Martin, Tarapoto, 350m

Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
WSP68870R. Santesson & G. Thor   1981-03-12
Peru, Dept. San Martin, Prov. San Martin, Tarapoto, -6.5 -76.33333333, 350m


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