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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based

Microcyclus ulei (Henn.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00915R.C. Lorenz   1940-08-10
Panama, Near Gatun Lake

Erikssonia protii Cash ex J.A. Stev.
ARIZ-M-AN01012R.C. Lorenz   71385, #30701940-08-28
Panama, Almirante

Atelocauda incrustans Arthur & Cummins
ARIZ-M-AN06730J.R. Johnston   1920-08-00
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Changuinola

Olivea fimbriata (Mains) Cummins & Y. Hirats.
ARIZ-M-AN06426F.L. Stevens   10541924-10-06
Panama, Ft. Sherman-Sweetwater

ARIZ-M-AN08816E. Bethel   1913-03-00
Panama, Near Culebra Cut, Canal Zone

Fomitopsis lignea (Berk.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN22218L. Ryvarden   199181982-03-09
Panama, Gatun Lake, Barro Colorado Island

Megasporoporiella cavernulosa (Berk) B.K. Cui, Y.C. Dai & Hai J. Li
ARIZ-M-AN22578R.S. Williams   11271908-04-00
Panama, Marraganti and vicinity 10-200' elev.

AN 035401John P. O'Neill   1982-02-12
Panama, Province of Darien, Slopes of Cerro Pirre

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Google Map

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