Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Conocybe
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Conocybe fuscimarginata (Murrill) Singer
FLAS-F-15977Murrill   1939-05-12
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, 29.66636 -82.32993

FLAS
Conocybe tenera (Schaeff.) Fayod
FLAS-F-51980U. K. H. Benny   1977-06-24
United States, Virginia, Montgomery, Blacksburg VPI & SU campus, 37.226501 -80.424041

FLAS
Conocybe tenera (Schaeff.) Fayod
FLAS-F-52795U. K. H. Benny   1977-06-24
United States, Virginia, Montgomery, Blacksburg VPI & SU campus, 37.226501 -80.424041

FLAS
Conocybe crispa (Longyear) Singer
FLAS-F-53175U. K. H. Benny   1976-07-10
United States, Virginia, Montgomery, Blacksburg, VPI & SU campus near Burgess Hall, 37.226501 -80.424041

FLAS
Conocybe crispella (Murrill) Singer
FLAS-F-49575L. Overholts   1973-05-29
United States, Florida, Broward, F. Lauderdale Backyard Safari Museum, 25.757846 -80.626345

FLAS
Conocybe crispa (Longyear) Singer
FLAS-F-52764Gerald Benny   1982-04-06
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, 936 NW 30th Ave; On lawn growing on mulched beds, 29.680428 -82.334763

FLAS
Conocybe crispa (Longyear) Singer
FLAS-F-52802Gerald Benny   1982-04-23
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, 936 NW 30th Ave; On lawn growing on mulched beds, 29.680428 -82.334763

FLAS
Conocybe crispella (Murrill) Singer
FLAS-F-52557M. Edmonson   1980-07-20
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Gainesville Golf & Country Club golf course; In sandy soil, 29.590214 -82.373559

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-54939A. Jarstfer   1986-06-09
United States, Florida, Alachua, 1/2 mi. east of US 441 on CR 346, 29.505955 -82.259788

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-56379J. Kimbrough   1997-07-10
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, in 3400 block of NW 7th Ave., 29.665286 -82.374713

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-56558J. Kimbrough   1997-07-25
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, 3416 NW 7th Ave., 29.688627 -82.397587

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-56780S. Angels   1998-08-11
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, San Felasco State Preserve, 29.714627 -82.460672

FLAS
Conocybe tenera (Schaeff.) Fayod
FLAS-F-56147B. Crisp   1996-05-01
United States, California

FLAS
Conocybe tenera (Schaeff.) Fayod
FLAS-F-57604K. Bagnall   2002-06-11
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Hwy 121, 29.66797 -82.373683

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-60592Morgenthau   Morgenthau0202001-07-23
United States, Florida, Nassau, Near Yulee, White Oak Plantation

FLAS
Conocybe Fayod
FLAS-F-57656Walter S. Judd   1984-02-14
Haiti, Morne le Cabrit, Department du Sud, N. Ville Formon, 18.385036 -72.326218, 2100m

FLAS
Conocybe lactea (J.E. Lange) Métrod
FLAS-F-62863Michelle S Oliveira   MSO-122014-09-30
United States, Florida, Alachua, University of Florida, East of Fifield Hall toward the greenhouses


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