Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lasiodiplodia theobromae (Botryodiplodia ananassae, Botryodiplodia elasticae, Botryodiplodia gossypii, Botryodiplodia theobromae, Botryodiplodia tubericola, Botryosphaeria rhodina, Chaetodiplodia grisea, Cryptostictis glandicola, Diplodia ananassae, Diplodia cacaoicola, Diplodia gossypina, Diplodia natalensis, Diplodia theobromae, Diplodia tubericola, Lasiodiplodia nigra, Lasiodiplodia triflorae, Lasiodiplodia tubericola, Lasiodiplodiella triflorae, Macrophoma vestita, Physalospora glandicola, Physalospora gossypina, Physalospora rhodina, Pyreniella rhodina, Sphaeria glandicola, Phoma glandicola)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Diplodia tubericola (Ellis & Everh.) Taubenh.
BPI 368760   1913-04-15
Peru, Callao, -5.492691 -73.852345

BPI
Diplodia theobromae (Pat.) W. Nowell
BPI 370426Lorenz   1131945-10-10
Peru, Iquitos, -3.749125 -73.253828

BPI
Diplodia theobromae (Pat.) W. Nowell
BPI 370463Rubin H. L.   0000-00-00
Peru, Intercepted Miami Florida #22743


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