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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
FLAS-F-50356G.F. Orr   #0-26011974-06-27
no locality

FLAS
Petalosporus nodulosus G.R. Ghosh, G.F. Orr & Kuehn
FLAS-F-57506R.K. Benjamin   RSA 15521965-05-20
India, Orissa, Cuttuck, 20.5 84.41667

FLAS
Petalosporus nodulosus G.R. Ghosh, G.F. Orr & Kuehn
FLAS-F-50358G.F. Orr   ORR #0-20111974-06-27
no locality

FLAS
Petalosporus anodosus Kuehn, G.F. Orr & G.R. Ghosh
FLAS-F-50357Gerald L. Benny   G.F. Orr #0-5791974-06-28

FLAS
Petalosporus anodosus Kuehn, G.F. Orr & G.R. Ghosh
FLAS-F-57507G.F. Orr   O-579
USA, California, Imperial, 3 miles SW of Palo Verde, 33.432807 -114.732181


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