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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02588E. Bethel   1902-07-00
USA, Colorado, Steamboat Springs

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
FLAS-F-02589Dr. H. W. Harkness   N.A.F. 1342
USA, California, Sierra Nevada Mts.

FLAS
FLAS-F-53702G. Benny   1983-10-20
USA, Florida, Alachua, Sugarfoot Hammock

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria hirsuta (Fr.) Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-48949KE Conway   1970-04-15
USA, Florida, Lasenby property in Northwest Gainesville

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria mucida (Tode) Seaver
FLAS-F-56161R.K. Voorhees & E. West   1936-08-19
USA, Florida, Alachua, Sanchez Hammock

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria mucida (Tode) Seaver
FLAS-F-22149Erdman West   116701939-09-06
USA, Florida, Alachua, Sanchez Hammock

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria spermoides (Hoffm.) Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-02566Stuart Bell   80321932-11-22
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria hirsuta (Fr.) Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-02596J. Dearness   N.A.F. 8931892-11-00
Canada, Ontario, London

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria ovina (Pers.) Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-51954G.L. Benny   1976-08-06
USA, North Carolina, Macon, in and along small stream in a cove

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria ovina (Pers.) Ces. & De Not.
FLAS-F-32255Miller   66051931-10-00
USA, Georgia, Dixie Lake

FLAS
FLAS-F-54472Godfrey Chapola   1982-02-12
USA, Florida, Alachua, Newnans Lake, SW of Gainesville; 29.644639 -82.224018, 29.644639 -82.224018

FLAS
Lasiosphaeria mucida (Tode) Seaver
FLAS-F-59947Erdman West   116701936-08-19
USA, Florida, Alachua, Sanchez Hammock, 29.7496668 -82.456391


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