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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Berkleasmium concinnum (Berk.) S. Hughes
FLAS-F-48149K. E. Conway   1969-01-01
USA, Florida, San Falasco Hummock, 10 milles N. W. of Gainesville

FLAS
FLAS-F-01861E Bartholomew   1896-08-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, 37.701403 -97.280044

FLAS
FLAS-F-59960J. Kimbrough   1963-11-27
USA, New York, Tompkins, Cornell Vet. College, Snyder Hill Road, Ithaca, 42.447722 -76.485835

FLAS
FLAS-F-02569Erdman West   53471929-02-10
USA, Florida, Marion, Ocala, 29.187199 -82.140092

FLAS
FLAS-F-48968C.F. Loh   1970-02-15
Indonesia, Serdang K. Lumpar, -6.1577 106.8637

FLAS
FLAS-F-60466   

FLAS
FLAS-F-60467   

FLAS
FLAS-F-59961J. Kimbrough   1963-09-17
USA, New York, Tompkins, Alpine Junction (Hendershot Gorge); 42.293686 -76.710228, 42.293686 -76.710228

FLAS
FLAS-F-49275Maria I. Morales   1972-02-15
Costa Rica, San Jose, near the University of Costa Rica, 9.938321 -84.051146

FLAS
Sporormiella australis (Speg.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55945W.B. Cooke   493231974-08-27
USA, California, Shasta, King Creek Meadows, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 41.136911 -121.633141

FLAS
Sporormiella calomera S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55361Y.Z.Wang   1988-05-04
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Sporormiella cylindrospora S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55362Y.Z.Wang   1988-05-04
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Sporormiella dakotensis (Griffiths) S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-50994Mats Thulin   1975-09-19
Ethiopia, 1650m

FLAS
Sporormiella decamera S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-54451Clemente Larez   1982-01-13
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock, 29.603043 -82.427654

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-55336Y.Z.Wang   1988-05-04
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, SW 24th Ave, 29.637873 -82.348277

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-55924W.B. Cooke   428271970-07-28
USA, California, Shasta, Eagle Peak area, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.493683 -121.407348, 2652 - 2800m

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-55918W.B. Cooke   447091971-09-22
United Kingdom, Northumberland, Ross Links, England, 55.633333 -1.783333, 3m

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-55913W.B. Cooke   425911970-07-10
USA, Washington, Jefferson, Hoh River Spruce Nature Trail, Olympic National Park; 47.74972 -124.43778, 47.74972 -124.43778

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-56077R. Burt   1980-07-30
USA, Maine, Piscataquis, Baxter State Park, 46.091156 -68.956436

FLAS
Sporormiella intermedia (Auersw.) S.I. Ahmed & Cain ex Kobayasi
FLAS-F-55890W.B. Cooke   423101970-06-23
USA, Alaska, Matanuska Susitna, Nancy Lake Campground; 61.6875 -150.00556, 61.68415 -150.000328

FLAS
Sporormiella longisporopsis S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55304Y.Z.Wang   1987-12-03
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Sporormiella pilosa (Cain) S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55929W.B. Cooke   349581965-07-03
USA, California, Shasta, Summit Lake area, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222, 1981m

FLAS
Sporormiella teretispora S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55360Y.Z.Wang   1988-05-04
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Sporormiella teretispora S.I. Ahmed & Cain
FLAS-F-55941W.B. Cooke   428191970-07-28
USA, California, Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Eagle Peak area, 40.4768413 -121.5276459


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