Dataset: BRU
Taxa: Lasiosphaeriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University Herbarium


BRU
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
CBRU00001041E Bethel   1902-07-00
United States, Colorado, Routt, 40.484977 -106.831716

BRU
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
CBRU00001042HW Harkness   
United States, California, Sierra Nevada Mts., 38.527768 -119.866443

BRU
Lasiosphaeria hirsuta (Fr.) Ces. & De Not.
CBRU00001043J Dearness   1892-11-00
Canada, Ontario, 42.983333 -81.25

BRU
Neopeckia coulteri (Peck) Sacc.
CBRU00001330Bartholomew & Bethel   1914-09-05
United States, Colorado, Boulder, 40.029312 -105.583178

BRU
CBRU00007369JL Bennett   1849-00-00
United States, Rhode Island, Providence, 41.823989 -71.412834

BRU
Naemaspora brachyspora Berk. & M.A. Curtis
CBRU00008592   
USA, New York, Nov. Ebor. [New York], 40.714269 -74.005973

BRU
CBRU00008593   
USA, South Carolina, Car. austr. [South Carolina], 33.8361 -81.1637

BRU
CBRU00008594MA Curtis   
United States, South Carolina, 34.054816 -81.163727

BRU
Naemaspora russellii Berk. & M.A. Curtis
CBRU00008597   
United States, Massachusetts, 42.407211 -71.382439


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