Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Melampsora epitea (Melampsora epitea var. epitea, Melampsora epitea var. reticulatae), Melampsora epitea var. epitea (Melampsora epitea, Lecythea epitea, Melampsora alpina, Melampsora euonymi-caprearum, Melampsora hartigii, Melampsora laricis-epitea, Melampsora orchidis-repentis, Melampsora repentis, Melampsora ribesii-purpureae, Uredo alpina, Uredo epitea, Uredo confluens var. euonymi), Melampsora epitea var. reticulatae (Lecythea mixta, Lecythea saliceti, Melampsora mixta, Melampsora reticulatae)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Purdue University, Arthur Fungarium


PUR
PUR007694Abbott, E V   1551929-05-24
Peru, along roadside, Santa Eulalia, about 50 km. E of Lima, -11.900963 -76.664378

PUR
PUR007695Holway, E W D ; Holway, Mary M   7671920-07-09
Peru, Arequipo, -9.643195 -74.992188

PUR
PUR007696Stevens, F L   2421924-12-18
Peru, Callao, -9.788353 -76.201195


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