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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
FLAS-F-57528R.K. Benjamin   RKB D13101965-05-02
USA, California, Los Angeles, Evey Canyon, San Gabriel Mountains, 4.5 miles NNE of Claremont, 34.162786 -117.682278

FLAS
FLAS-F-57505R.K. Benjamin   RSA 19661971-09-26
USA, California, Tulare, Sequoia National Forest, Wishon Guard Station, on a mattress in a garage (Jesus!!), 36.027005 -118.403416

FLAS
Pleuroascus nicholsonii Massee & E.S. Salmon
FLAS-F-57398R.K. Benjamin   RSA 17691968-11-10
USA, California, Riverside, Lake Hemet, 33.666113 -116.693012

FLAS
Pleuroascus nicholsonii Massee & E.S. Salmon
FLAS-F-57519R.K. Benjamin   RKB D1457-21968-11-10
USA, California, Riverside, 3 miles SW of Keen Camp in route 74, 33.676543 -116.680312

FLAS
Pleuroascus nicholsonii Massee & E.S. Salmon
FLAS-F-59743R.K. Benjamin   RSA 17691968-11-10
USA, California, Riverside, Lake Hemet, 33.666113 -116.693012


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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