Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: Czech Republic; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based

AN 010180Alois Cerny   1985-12-28
Czech Republic, Velka Niva, Sumava, CSSR.

Porodaedalea pini (Brot.) Murrill
AN 010181Alois Cerny   1980-04-28
Czech Republic, South Bohemian, Jind?ich?v Hradec Dist., T?ebo?, CSSR

AN 010182Alois Cerny   1964-07-28
Czech Republic, Jamske Pleso, Vysoke Tatry, CSSR

Microcyclus ulei (Henn.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00917L.G. Polhamus   712211939-12-05
Czech Republic, Summit

Pouzaroporia subrufa (Ellis & Dearn.) Vampola
ARIZ-M-AN19352P. Vampola   424/901990-08-07
Czech Republic, B?eclav District, 7367: Lanzhot, area tuta "Ranspurk", Fraxinus angustifolia

Bondarzewia mesenterica (Schaeff.) Kreisel
ARIZ-M-AN19119P. Vampola   1989-08-08
Czech Republic, 6659c- Trest, Velky Spicak (733m)

Fibroporia radiculosa (Peck) Parmasto
ARIZ-M-AN18706P. Vampola   227/911991-08-16
Czech Republic, Bohemia, ^558 c: Bohemia Zbilidy, silva "Pansky les" 13 Km occ.-sept.-occ. Versus Jihlava

ARIZ-M-AN18991P. Vampola   MJ 19011990-08-01
Czech Republic, Moravia, 6660c: Komarovice, in valle rivi "Brtnice", 9,5km mer.-or. Versus Jihlava, 480m

ARIZ-M-AN18988P. Vampola   MJ 18861990-04-16
Czech Republic, Moravia, 6659c: Loucky, silva "V jeleni", 9 km mer.-mer.-occ. Versus Jihlava 625m

Auriporia aurulenta A. David, Tortic & Jelic
ARIZ-M-AN19074P. Vampola   382/911991-11-13
Czech Republic, Bohemia, Area tuto "Cervene blato" apud Salmanovice, 15km mer. Versus Trebon 471km

Oxyporus obducens (Pers.) Donk
AN 034670P. Vampola   1989-05-17
Czech Republic, Mikulov, Alt. 170m

Sarcodontia delectans (Peck) Spirin
AN 034690J. Kutban   1972-11-04
Czech Republic, Silesian Region, ilheřovice

AN 022193Jos. Em. Kabát   1900-08-22
Czech Republic, Bohemia, Nelaporeus?

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