Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: Nova Scotia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Bulbillomyces farinosus (Bres.) J├╝lich
ARIZ-M-AN9902R. H. Petersen and P. D. Olexia   1965-07-00
Nova Scotia, Glenmont, Kings Country

ARIZ
Xylodon asper (Fries) Hjortstam & Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN16800R.H. Peterson & P.D. Olexia   1965-07-10
Nova Scotia, Kings , Harrington Rd, Coldbrook.

ARIZ
Hyphodontia pallidula (Bres.) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN14899R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-06
Nova Scotia, Kings, Kentville

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN14897R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-21
Nova Scotia, Kings, Ravine, KRS

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN14952R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-21
Nova Scotia, Kings, Moore's Lake

ARIZ
Hyphodontia subalutacea (P. Karst.) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN15024R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-10
Nova Scotia, Kings, Harrington Rd, Coldbrook

ARIZ
Hyphodontia subalutacea (P. Karst.) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN14997R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-00
Nova Scotia, Glenmont, Kings, King's County

ARIZ
Phanerochaete carnosa (Burt) Parmasto
ARIZ-M-AN16789R.H. Perterson & P.D. Olexia   1965-07-24
Nova Scotia, Kings, Harrington Rd.

ARIZ
Hyphodontia subalutacea (P. Karst.) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN15071R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-04
Nova Scotia, Kings, Sheffield's Vault, West Glenmont

ARIZ
Hyphodontia subalutacea (P. Karst.) J. Erikss.
ARIZ-M-AN15001R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-21
Nova Scotia, Kings, Moore's Falls, Kentville

ARIZ
Exidiopsis calcea (Pers.) K. Wells
ARIZ-M-AN09387R.H. Petersen and P.D. Olexia   1965-07-20
Nova Scotia, Cape Split


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