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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


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Cyclaneusma niveum (Pers.) DiCosmo, Peredo & Minter
ARIZ-M-AN01869J.S. Boyce   1925-09-00
England, Forestry Commission area, Suffolk shire

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Perenniporia fraxinea (Bull.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN23116Robert L. Gilbertson   167581989-09-08
England, Surrey, Kew Gardens, Richmond

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Abortiporus biennis (Bull.) Singer
ARIZ-M-AN18514L. Ryvarden   83301971-10-26
England, Berkshire, Ascot, Swinley Park

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Antrodia gossypium (Speg.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN18603L. Ryvarden   83401971-10-26
England, Ascot, Swinley Park, BerkSouth

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Dendrothele Höhn. & Litsch.
ARIZ-M-AN12202Meredith Blackwell   17731984-05-26
England, Selborne, St. Mary's

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ARIZ-M-AN22237Meredith Blackwell   17721984-05-21
England, corner of University and Clifton Park roads, Bristol

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Polyporus septosporus P.K. Buchanan & Ryvarden
AN 008923J. Page Lindsey   3991974-06-05
England, Norfolk, Castle Acre (Old Roman Fort), on Saxon shore of North Sea, due North of London, about 100 feet above sea level

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Buglossoporus quercinus (Schrad.) Kotl. & Pouzar
AN 028944L. Ryvarden   320841992-09-09
England, Berkshire, Ruislip Woods

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Sparassis crispa (Wulfen) Fr.
AN 012085   1916-09-00
England, Hampshire, New Forest

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Aurantiporus fissilis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) H. Jahn ex Ryvarden
AN 034723D.A. Reid   1971-10-03
England, Southhill Park, Southhill Beds

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Fulvifomes inermis (Ellis & Everh.) Y.C. Dai
AN 034675L. Ryvarden   
England, Berkshire, Ruislip Woods

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Postia stiptica (Pers.) Jülich
AN 034684Deuk Reid   1973-06-01
England, Sussex, Begnor Hill

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Rigidoporus ulmarius (Sowerby) Imazeki
AN 034696L. Ryvarden   1971-12-23
England, Buchs, Dachet

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ARIZ-M-AN21817L. Ryvarden   1971-05-09
England, Bucks: Virginia water in Windsor park


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