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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Trichaptum sector (Ehrenb.) Kreisel
ARIZ-M-AN23838Charles M. Allen   114571981-10-01
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, Castor Creek 8 mi E of Oberlin

ARIZ
Mycorrhaphium adustum (Schwein.) Maas Geest.
ARIZ-M-AN21314Charles M. Allen   122681982-06-11
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, West Fork Caney Creek, 4.5 mi SE of Oakdale

ARIZ
Bjerkandera adusta (Willd.) P. Karst.
ARIZ-M-AN19085Charles M. Allen   173541992-02-29
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, Pine-hardwood Forest ca 2 mi. north of LeBlanc and U.S. 190 Sec 12 T6S R6W

ARIZ
Trichaptum biforme (Fr.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN23763Charles M. Allen   173511992-02-29
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, Pine-hardwood forest near Ten Mile Creek off Allen Parish 147 ca 2 miles north of LA 26 ca 6.5 miles northwest of Oberlin

ARIZ
Trametes menziesii (Berk.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN23414Charles M. Allen   173561992-02-29
United States, Louisiana, Allen Parish, pine-hardwood forest ca. 2 miles north of LeBlanc and U.S. 190 Sec 12 T6S R6W

ARIZ
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
ARIZ-M-AN21624Charles M. Allen   114581981-10-01
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, Castor Creek, 8 mi E of Oberlin

ARIZ
ARIZ-M-AN22403Charles M. Allen   173551992-02-29
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, pine-hardwood forest ca 2 miles north of LeBlanc and U.S. 190 Sec 12 T6S R6W

ARIZ
AN 017145Charles M. Allen   116921982-02-20
USA, Louisiana, Allen Parish, Clear Creek, 2.5 mi NW of Reeves


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