Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Parmulariella vernoniae
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University Herbarium


BRU
CBRU00010118E Ule   1902-00-00
Peru, -6.483333 -76.366667

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Parmulariella vernoniae Henn. Henn.
C0170158FE. H. G. Ule   841902-01-01
Peru, San Martín, Tarapoto, -6.493434 -76.367513

Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
LSU00156774Erst H. G. Ule   s.n.1902-00-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -6.493434 -76.367513

Swedish Museum of Natural History


S:S-Fungi
Parmulariella vernoniae Henn.
F46350E. Ule   1902-01-01
Peru, San Mart, Peru, Tarapoto

S:S-Fungi
Parmulariella vernoniae Henn.
F217014E. Ule   31851902-12-01
Peru, Peru, Tarapoto

University of Wisconsin-Madison Herbarium


WIS
WIS-F-0074037E. Ule   31851902-12-00
Peru, Tarapoto

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 748328Ule, E.   1902-00-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -2.183333 -74.1

BPI
BPI 748329Ule, E.   31851902-12-00
Peru, Tarapoto, -2.183333 -74.1


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.