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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Gnomonia Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-71764   

FLAS
FLAS-F-02342J.M. Grant   1926-03-00
USA, Washington, Snohomish, Marysville, 48.051764 -122.177082

FLAS
FLAS-F-02341A. J. McClatchie   N.A.F. 23601893-10-00
United States, California, Los Angeles, Pasadena, 34.179034 -118.158249

FLAS
FLAS-F-46204H.E. Parks   46011935-08-07
USA, Oregon, Josephine, Oregon Caves Forest Camp, 45.485964 -118.275507

FLAS
Gnomonia amoena var. petiolarum
FLAS-F-48966K.E. Conway   1970-04-15
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville Lasenby property in N.W. Gainesville, 29.651634 -82.324826

FLAS
Gnomonia appendiculata A.K. Kar & Maity
FLAS-F-56238Dauri J. Tessmann   1996-07-10
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Lake Alice, University of Florida campus, 29.641939 -82.356517

FLAS
Gnomonia bispora
FLAS-F-48937W.J. French   1969-08-16
USA, Florida, Jefferson, Monticello, 30.545202 -83.870164

FLAS
Gnomonia coryli (Batsch) Auersw.
FLAS-F-2345   

FLAS
Gnomonia fimbriata (Pers.) Fuckel
FLAS-F-02346A.J. Groat   1895-09-00
USA, Vermont, Windham, Newfane, 42.985636 -72.655926

FLAS
Gnomonia inclinata (Desm.) Auersw.
FLAS-F-48576K.E. Conway   1969-05-20
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville; Sugarfoot Hammock,2 miles W on SW 20th Ave, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
FLAS-F-25516J.H. Miller   1940-06-07
USA, Georgia, Washington, 32.981543 -82.810138

FLAS
Gnomonia myricae Cooke & Ellis
FLAS-F-25515J.H. Miller   1939-03-16
USA, Georgia, Columbia, Columbia Co., 33.544121 -82.264062

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-02350J Dearness   1891-11-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-02347J. Dearness   1892-05-14
Canada, Ontario, Middlesex, London, 42.983333 -81.25

FLAS
Gnomonia petiolorum (Schwein.) Cooke
FLAS-F-55396   
locality unknown

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-02349G.W. Martin   9091926-04-24
USA, Iowa, Johnson, Iowa City, 41.661128 -91.530168

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-32251Thompson   1938-03-19
USA, Georgia, Oglethorpe, Lexington, 33.86984 -83.111817

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-43952Thomas E. Webb   1953-05-20
USA, Florida, Gadsden, Quincy, 30.587139 -84.583245

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-42078Thompson   
USA, Georgia, Georgia, 32.824674 -83.56118

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-02348T.A. Williams   1895-10-00
USA, South Dakota, Brookings, Brookings; 44.301775 -96.782252, 44.301775 -96.782252

FLAS
Gnomonia veneta (Saccardo & Spegazzini) Klebahn
FLAS-F-52661J. Kimbrough   1962-07-06
USA, New York, Tompkins, Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, 42.446202 -76.482874

FLAS
Gnomonia veneta (Saccardo & Spegazzini) Klebahn
FLAS-F-23586A.B. Seymour   1910-06-22
USA, Massachusetts, Plymouth, Bridgewater, 41.990379 -70.975043

FLAS
Gnomonia ulmea (Fr.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-22150G.F. Weber   1939-08-07
USA, Minnesota, Ramsey, Saint Paul, 44.94441 -93.093274


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