Dataset: ARIZ
Search Criteria: United States OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Connecticut; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Corticium confine Bourdot & Galzin
ARIZ-M-AN17887R. F. Cain   848641939-09-15
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, East Granby

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN00736J.R. Hansbrough   F. Path. 699841936-03-24
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Bethany

ARIZ
Golovinomyces cichoracearum (DC.) V.P. Heluta
ARIZ-M-AN01084J.R. Hansbrough   16601935-10-25
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, New Haven

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN01780A.B.S.   PH-9661888-08-29
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Granby

ARIZ
Erysiphe penicillata (Wallr.) Link
ARIZ-M-AN01788S.   PH-9701888-09-10
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Granby

ARIZ
Sarcodontia pachyodon (Pers.) Spirin
ARIZ-M-AN23402Sam Ristich   1987-09-24
USA, Connecticut, Middlesex, Ivoryton

ARIZ
Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
ARIZ-M-AN23596Noble Proctor, S. Ristich, & J. Worrall   2001-01-25
USA, Connecticut, unknown

ARIZ
Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) M.E. Barr
ARIZ-M-AN00648J.S. Boyce   1951-07-21
USA, Connecticut, near Cobalt

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN05886A.B. Seymour   PH-3611887-08-15
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Plainville

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN05888A.B. Seymour   PH-9521887-08-15
USA, Connecticut, Plainville

ARIZ
Coleosporium asterum (Dietel) Syd. & P. Syd.
ARIZ-M-AN05417G.G. Hedgcock   177011915-06-12
USA, Connecticut, Plainville

ARIZ
Coleosporium vernoniae Berk. & M.A. Curtis
ARIZ-M-AN05722G.G. Hedgcock   PH-8671915-06-13
USA, Connecticut, Plainville

ARIZ
Tranzschelia anemones (Pers.) Nannf.
ARIZ-M-AN06576W.C. Sturgis   653371893-06-00
USA, Connecticut, Poquonock

ARIZ
Setosphaeria turcica (Luttr.) K.J. Leonard & Suggs
ARIZ-M-AN03501Roland Thaxter   731889-09-00
USA, Connecticut, New Haven

ARIZ
Venturia inaequalis (Cooke) G. Winter
ARIZ-M-AN03372   PH-23231889-09-00
USA, Connecticut, New Haven

ARIZ
Pseudochaete olivacea (Schweinitz) Parmasto
ARIZ-M-AN22190Wilhelm G. Solheim   15341938-07-03
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Tunxis Forest, West Hartford

ARIZ
Pseudochaete olivacea (Schweinitz) Parmasto
ARIZ-M-AN22211Wilhelm G. Solheim   15341938-06-03
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Tunxis Forest, West Hartford

ARIZ
Irpex lacteus (Fr.) Fr.
ARIZ-M-AN22411W.G. & Ragnhild Solheim   15331938-07-03
USA, Connecticut, Tunxis Forest, West Hartland

ARIZ
Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
AN 032710S. Ristich & J. Worrall   2001-01-25
USA, Connecticut, unknown

ARIZ
Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst.
AN 012550Jim Adaskaveg   4741986-08-18
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, Carter Lane - Old Turnpike, Southington

ARIZ
Oxyporus populinus (Schumach.) Donk
AN 012556Jim Adaskaveg   4821986-08-18
USA, Connecticut, Hartford, West St. Southington

ARIZ
Fomitopsis betulina (Bull.) B.K. Cui, M.L. Han & Y.C. Dai
AN 017297James E. Adaskaveg   9201987-12-20
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, 360 Corter Lane, Southington

ARIZ
Sarcodontia pachyodon (Pers.) Spirin
AN 017299James E. Adaskaveg   9211987-12-20
United States, Connecticut, New Haven, Meriden Mountain, Southampton

ARIZ
AN 012551Jim Adaskaveg   1986-08-17
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Grove St.

ARIZ
AN 043213H. G. Emes   1934-09-09
United States, Connecticut, Hartford , New Britain

ARIZ
AN 021695W.C. Sturgis   1896-10-20
United States, Connecticut, New Haven

ARIZ
Puccinia bardanae (Wallr.) Corda
AN 021797A.B. Seymour   1910-08-04
United States, Connecticut, Hartford , New Britain

ARIZ
AN 021846H.G. Eno   1936-05-31
United States, Connecticut, Hartford , East Granby

ARIZ
AN 022388A.B. Seymour   1910-08-04
United States, Connecticut, Hartford , Connecticut


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