Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Microcyclus tinctoria (Ascochyta baccharidis, Clypeodiplodina baccharidis, Dothidea tinctoria, Dothidella axillaris, Dothidella baccharidis, Dothidella berkeleyana, Dothidella caaguazuensis, Dothidella hieronymi, Dothidella lilloana, Dothidella tinctoria, Lizonia baccharidis, Pazschkeella baccharidis, Phaeodothis caaguazuensis, Phyllachora berkeleyana, Phyllachora tinctoria, Plowrightia hieronymi, Pseudosphaerella baccharidis)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Dothidella berkeleyana (Cke.) Berl. & Voglino
CUP-060891P.C. Hutchison   1964-03-23
Peru, Chachapoyas, Amazonas, Chachapoyas airport, 4.5 km. above town, low rolling hills with scattered shrubs. Altitude 2380 m., -6.416667 -77.333333

Fungus Collections at Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe


KR:SMNKfungicoll
KR-M-0002303 / 465114 / 8235   1964-03-23
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Chachapoyas airport, 4,5 km above town, -6.2 -77.9

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Dothidella berkeleyana (Cooke) Berl. & Voglino
BPI 641551Hutchison Paul C.; Wright J. Kenneth   4482;1964-03-23
Peru, Chachapoyas Prov, Amazonas Department alt. 2380 meters

BPI
Dothidella berkeleyana (Cooke) Berl. & Voglino
BPI 641555Hutchison Paul C.; Wright J. Kenneth   5201; 52011964-05-20
Peru, Celendin, Balsas alt. 2700 meters, Rocky Hillsides, 4 km. E. of

BPI
BPI 641801Soukup   33051947-08-00
Peru, Depto Pasco Quillani

BPI
BPI 641816Cook O. F.; Gilbert G. B.   1851; 18511915-07-15
Peru, Pinasniocj, Panticalla Pass alt. ca. 3600 meters

BPI
BPI 641817Cook O. F.; Gilbert G. B.   1851; 18511915-07-15
Peru, Pinasniocj, Panticalla Pass alt. ca. 3600 meters


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