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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Absidia Tiegh.
FLAS-F-57128J.S. Davis   1978-00-00
Bahamas, Long Island

FLAS
FLAS-F-56950   RSA 138
USA, Illinois, University of Illinois Culture Collection

FLAS
FLAS-F-56951   RSA 138
USA, Illinois, University of Illinois Culture Collection

FLAS
Absidia cuneospora G.F. Orr & Plunkett
FLAS-F-57367   RSA 624
USA, California, Merced, Los Banos, ORR A1-57

FLAS
Absidia cuneospora G.F. Orr & Plunkett
FLAS-F-57368Orr   AO-1
no locality

FLAS
FLAS-F-56956R.K. Benjamin   S16041977-02-04
USA, California, Los Angeles, Claremont, in wash east of

FLAS
FLAS-F-57366R. K. Benjamin   S16041977-02-04
USA, California, Los Angeles, Royal Santa Ana Botanic Gardens

FLAS
Chlamydoabsidia padeni Hesselt. & J.J. Ellis
FLAS-F-57228John Paden   NRRL 29771960-00-00
USA, Idaho, Moscow, University of Idaho

FLAS
Cunninghamella echinulata (Thaxt.) Thaxt. ex Blakeslee
FLAS-F-51933A.F. Blakeslee   1940-06-01

FLAS
FLAS-F-51903Tubaki   1955-03-27
Japan, Tokyo, Sirokane National Garden

FLAS
Gongronella butleri (Lendn.) Peyronel & Dal Vesco
FLAS-F-56947L.H. Leonian   CBS 228.37-
no locality

FLAS
Gongronella butleri (Lendn.) Peyronel & Dal Vesco
FLAS-F-56948s.n.   
no locality

FLAS
Gongronella butleri (Lendn.) Peyronel & Dal Vesco
FLAS-F-56949s.n.   CBS 227.36+
no locality

FLAS
Halteromyces radiatus Shipton & Schipper
FLAS-F-51948G.L. Benny   1978-12-00
Australia, Queensland, Townsville, Ross River Meatworks

FLAS
FLAS-F-54655H.P. Upadhyay   1967-10-00
Brazil, MabanhÜo, paddy field


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