Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: Norway; Hedmark; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based

Amyloporia sinuosa (Fr.) Rajchenb., Gorjón & Pildain
ARIZ-M-AN18874L. Ryvarden   77181971-05-08
Norway, Hedmark, Rendal: Osdalen skogreservat ve, Osdalshøgda

Gloeoporus pannocinctus (Romell) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN19721Leif Ryvarden   1979-10-14
Norway, Hedmark, Trysil, ued Munksjoxen, UH 3987, 580 m

Anomoloma albolutescens (Romell) Niemelä & K.H. Larss.
ARIZ-M-AN18511Even Hogholen   FN 33401985-08-25
Norway, Hedmark, Løten, sor Rokosjoen

Byssoporia terrestris (DC.) M.J. Larsen & Zak
ARIZ-M-AN18929Even Hogholen   41381980-11-09
Norway, Hedmark, Loten, ost Solberg

Trechispora hymenocystis (Berk. & Broome) K.H. Larss.
ARIZ-M-AN18002Even Hogholen   469-771977-09-03
Norway, Hedmark, Elverum, ved. Flotta

ARIZ-M-AN21885Leif Ryvarden   78361971-06-08
Norway, Hedmark, ij 58. Engerdal: Gutulia National Park

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Google Map

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