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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN01542E. Rostrup   1882-06-24
Denmark, Vinderod, near Frederiksborg, Zealand

ARIZ
AN 600277E. Rostrup   1882-06-22
Denmark, Uglerup, near Frederiksborg, Zealand

ARIZ
Cyclaneusma niveum (Pers.) DiCosmo, Peredo & Minter
ARIZ-M-AN01866E. Rostrup   1882-12-00
Denmark, Fyn. Vejstrup Aaskov.

ARIZ
Aurantiporus alborubescens (Bourdot & Galzin) H. Jahn
AN 028706Hall Andersen   1978-07-18
Denmark, Frederiksdal Skov, København

ARIZ
Scirrhia rimosa (Alb. & Schwein.) Fuckel
ARIZ-M-AN02181H.H. Whetzel   1930-06-09
Denmark, Lyngby

ARIZ
Pucciniastrum epilobii (Pers.) G.H. Otth
ARIZ-M-AN04915J. Lind   PH-28241902-07-08
Denmark, Krabbesholm, near Skive, Jutland

ARIZ
Pucciniastrum epilobii (Pers.) G.H. Otth
ARIZ-M-AN04916J. Lind   PH-28231902-08-20
Denmark, Krabbesholm, near Skive, Jutland

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Uromyces phyteumatum (DC.) G. Winter
ARIZ-M-AN08559J. Lind.   PH-15521902-05-24
Denmark, Jutland, Horsens

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN9614J. Lind.   PH-25021902-10-12
Denmark, Skive, Jutland

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN9734J. Lind.   PH-25321902-10-08
Denmark, Jutland, Viborg

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Phaeoporus ulmicola (Corfixen) Spirin, Zmitr. & Malysheva
ARIZ-M-AN22306P. Corfixen   PC 40271990-09-14
Denmark, Østre Farimagsgade, Copenhagen

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Loweomyces wynneae (Berk. & Broome) Jülich
AN 034840L. Ryvarden   1972-09-17
Denmark, Horsens: Klokkedalen ca.

ARIZ
Xylodon brevisetus (P. Karst.) Hjortstam & Ryvarden
AN 034855L. G. Romell   1918-09-02
Denmark, Jylland

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AN 034965Ore. Rostrup   1919-10-02
Denmark

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Sarcodontia delectans (Peck) Spirin
AN 034691P. Printz   1969-07-10
Denmark, Sjaelland, Frederiksdal

ARIZ
AN 021559J. Lind.   1902-06-06
Denmark, Jutland, Near Vinderup


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