Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: Cuba; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Funalia floccosa (Junghuhn) Zmitr. & V. Malysheva
ARIZ-M-AN19703F. Kotlaba   1967-05-03
Cuba, Prov. La Habana, ap. El Salado pr. Habana, in acta

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN00688A.G. Kevarkian   716061947-04-25
Cuba, Cienfuegos, Atkins Garden Research Lab, Soledad

ARIZ
Phellinus everhartii (Ellis & Galloway) A. Ames
AN 015772L.M. Underwood & F.S. Earle   15081903-03-00
Cuba, Alto Cedro

ARIZ
Cronartium wilsonianum Arthur & J.R. Johnst.
ARIZ-M-AN06364Britton, Britton & Wilson   15552
Cuba, Isle of Pines, San Juan

ARIZ
Phakopsora erythroxyli (Cummins) F. Kern
ARIZ-M-AN06392C.F. Baker   22871904-11-21
Cuba, San Antonio de los Barrios

ARIZ
Ravenelia indigoferae Tranzschel & Dietel
ARIZ-M-AN06983C.F. Baker   PUR 64961907-01-15
Cuba, In Acclimatization garden, Santiago de las Vegas

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN02996H. Hasselbring   #3122, 609451907-08-28
Cuba, Santiago de las Vegas

ARIZ
Asperisporium caricae (Speg.) Maubl.
ARIZ-M-AN02705H. Hasselbring   #7237, 610271907-08-12
Cuba, Santiago de las Vegas

ARIZ
Asperisporium caricae (Speg.) Maubl.
ARIZ-M-AN02706P.P. Cardin   601791910-01-00
Cuba, Santiago de las Vegas

ARIZ
Phaeocytostroma sacchari (Ellis & Everh.) B. Sutton
ARIZ-M-AN03654R.M. Grey   641771913-05-27
Cuba, From Cienfuegos

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN08560F.S. Earle   1917-12-16
Cuba, Herradura

ARIZ
Earliella scabrosa (Pers.) Gilb. & Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN21593F. Kotlaba   1967-01-13
Cuba, Pinar del Rio Prov., Soroa pr. San Cristobal

ARIZ
AN 021637Baker   1904-09-30
Cuba, Provincia Pinar de Rio, Herradura

ARIZ
AN 022833Charles H. Sallon   1921-04-04
Cuba, Guanabacoa


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