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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Coniochaeta discospora (Auersw. ex Niessl) Cain
FLAS-F-48521Harold H. Burdsall, Jr.   1968-08-08
USA, New Mexico, Cibola, Zuni Canyon, Grants, 34.672819 -108.843413

FLAS
Coniochaeta discospora (Auersw. ex Niessl) Cain
FLAS-F-48671H.H. Birdsall, Jr.   1968-08-08
USA, New Mexico, Cibola, Zuni Canyon, Grants, 34.672819 -108.843413

FLAS
FLAS-F-55296Y.Z. Wang   1987-12-03
USA, Florida, Alachua, Sugarfoot Hammock, approximately 1 mile West of Gainesville, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Coniochaeta ligniaria (Grev.) Massee
FLAS-F-53582Ellen Dickenstein   1982-05-28
USA, Florida, Alachua, Newnans Lake in Windsor, 29.644639 -82.224018

FLAS
Coniochaeta scatigena (Berk. & Broome) Cain
FLAS-F-55910W.B. & V. G. Cooke   423411970-06-25
USA, Alaska, Riley Creek Public campground, Mt. McKinley National Park


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