Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: Mexico; Veracruz; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Earliella scabrosa (Pers.) Gilb. & Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN19580A.L. Welden   37011974-07-15
Mexico, Veracruz, Uxpanapa Region, A long road from Campamento Hermanos Cedilla to Campamento Uxpanapa

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Trametes maxima (Mont.) A. David & Rajchenb.
ARIZ-M-AN23571F. Ventura   162121969-06-18
Mexico, Veracruz, Rancho Viejo, Municipio Jalapa

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Trametes maxima (Mont.) A. David & Rajchenb.
ARIZ-M-AN23617F. Ventura   54531972-03-23
Mexico, Veracruz, El Mirador, Municipio de Totutla

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Dicheirinia quadrispora
ARIZ-M-AN06739Hennen + Buritic√°   74-1901947-11-11
Mexico, Veracruz, Hwy. 127 between Tempoal and Tantoyuca

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ARIZ-M-AN07333F. Ventura   A. 46301971-12-06
Mexico, Veracruz, Dos Hermanas, Municipio de Las Vigas

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ARIZ-M-AN07104J.F. Hennen   71-1631971-12-01
Mexico, Veracruz, 26 miles east of Xalapa

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ARIZ-M-AN08074F. Venturi A.   52681972-04-22
Mexico, Veracruz, Teocelo

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Cionothrix praelonga (G. Winter) Arthur
ARIZ-M-AN08835E.W.D. Holway   PUR 57001898-10-08
Mexico, Veracruz, Orizaba

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Prospodium conjunctum (Dietel & Holw.) Cummins
ARIZ-M-AN09183J.F. Hennen   71-1351971-11-28
Mexico, Veracruz, 15 mi. W. of Orizaba, toll road to Puebla

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Uredo Pers.
ARIZ-M-AN09192Joe F. Hennen + Pablo Burtica   74-2351974-11-15
Mexico, Veracruz, 279 miles south of Catemaco, on Mex. Hwy 180

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Prospodium Arthur
ARIZ-M-AN09164Joe F. Hennen sm   PUR-661161970-12-01
Mexico, Veracruz, about 1 mile south of Veracruz on beach blvd.

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ARIZ-M-AN07764Daniel Martinez Carrera   1979-10-19
Mexico, Veracruz, Xalapa

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Kuehneola loeseneriana (Henn.) H.S. Jacks. & Holw.
ARIZ-M-AN07771Daniel Martinez Carrera   1979-08-15
Mexico, Veracruz, Chiconquiaco


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