Dataset: O
Search Criteria: Thailand; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Oslo, Natural History Museum Fungarium


O:F
72737Trond Schumacher   53/781978-08-03
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai. Ampoe Muang. Doi Suthep

O:F
Auricularia delicata (Mont. ex Fr.) Henn.
300856T. Schumacher   149/781978-12-14
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Amphoe Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao

O:F
Auricularia tenuis (Lév.) Farl.
300861T. Schumacher   1978-02-20
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Ampoe Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao

O:F
Auricularia delicata (Mont. ex Fr.) Henn.
300857T. Schumacher   1979-02-20
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Ampoe Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao

O:F
Dipodascus polyporicola T. Schumach. & Ryvarden
72593Trond Schumacher   TH 1061978-09-14
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Amphoe Mae Rim, Ban Kong Hae

O:F
Auricularia delicata (Mont. ex Fr.) Henn.
300855K. Høiland   25-791979-02-22
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Sao, Doi Chiang Dao Nat. park

O:F
300858T. Schumacher   1978-06-28
Thailand, Lamphun, Cangwat Lamphun. Ampoe Muang, Ban Muang Nga

O:F
300862K. Høiland   5-791979-02-15
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Ampoe Mae Rim, Ban Kong Hae

O:F
Auricularia delicata (Mont. ex Fr.) Henn.
300854T. Schumacher   1979-02-20
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Amphoe Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao

O:F
72621Klaus Høiland   32-791979-02-22
Thailand, Cangwat Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao nat. park

O:F
300859T. Schumacher   1978-07-25
Thailand, Lamphun, Cangwat Lamphun. Ampoe Muang, Ban Muang Nga

O:F
Auricularia tenuis (Lév.) Farl.
300860T. Schumacher   1978-02-20
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Cangwat Chiang Mai, Ampoe Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao


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