Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Diplodiopsis tarapotensis
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University Herbarium


BRU
CBRU00010124E Ule   1902-00-00
Peru, -6.483333 -76.366667

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Diplodiopsis tarapotensis Henn. Henn.
C0004416FE. H. G. Ule   901902-01-01
Peru, San Martín, Tarapoto, -6.493434 -76.367513

Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
LSU00156782Erst H. G. Ule   s.n.1902-00-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -6.493434 -76.367513

Swedish Museum of Natural History


S:S-Fungi
Diplodiopsis tarapotensis Henn.
F45242E. Ule   31821902-12-01
Peru, Peru, Tarapoto.

S:S-Fungi
Diplodiopsis tarapotensis Henn.
F45243E. Ule   1902-01-01
Peru, Peru, Tarapoto.

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 370700Ule E.   1902-00-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -2.183333 -74.1

BPI
BPI 370701Ule E.   1902-00-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -2.183333 -74.1

BPI
BPI 370702Ule E.   31821902-12-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -2.183333 -74.1


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