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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Skeletocutis nivea (Jungh.) Jean Keller
ARIZ-M-AN23315Charles M. Allen   58161974-07-31
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Mixed forest ca. 3 mi. E of Rosefield in Sec 28 T11N R5E

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Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
ARIZ-M-AN23743Charles M. Allen   61491974-11-16
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Mixed forest on Sicily Island near Big Creek ca 4.5 mi N of NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Trichaptum sector (Ehrenb.) Kreisel
ARIZ-M-AN23887Charles M. Allen   173421992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Bjerkandera adusta (Willd.) P. Karst.
ARIZ-M-AN19202Charles M. Allen   173151992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Hardwood Forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge ca 5 miles northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolton) J. Schröt.
ARIZ-M-AN19728Charles M. Allen   173111992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge ca 5 miles NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Trametes pubescens (Schumach.) Pilát
ARIZ-M-AN23716Charles M. Allen   173101992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Trametopsis cervina (Schwein.) Tomšovský
ARIZ-M-AN23715Charles M. Allen   173081992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Ganoderma mereditiae
ARIZ-M-AN21822John Owen Joyce   1973-06-16
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, 3 mi. SE of Aimwell on rt. 126 in a cleared pine woods

ARIZ
AN 008847Charles M. Allen   61561974-11-16
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Mixed forest on Sicily Island near Big Creek ca 4 1/2 miles north northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Neofavolus alveolaris (DeCandolle) Sotome & T. Hatt.
AN 028646Charles M. Allen   173331992-02-22
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Hardwood forest on Sicily Island, Wildlife Refuge ca 5 miles northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Ganoderma lucidum (Curtis) P. Karst.
AN 010023Charles M. Allen   61431974-11-16
USA, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, mixed forest on Sicily Island near Big Creek ca. 4.5 miles north northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
AN 010820Charles M. Allen   61381974-11-16
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Mixed forest on Sicily Island near Big Creek ca. 4.5 miles NNE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Trametes menziesii (Berk.) Ryvarden
AN 028655Charles M. Allen   173321992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge, ca. 5 miles northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Trametes menziesii (Berk.) Ryvarden
AN 028663Charles M. Allen   173481992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island Wildlife Refuge, ca. 5 miles northeast of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Wolfiporia cocos (F.A. Wolf) Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 009677Charles M. Allen   1974-07-31
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, Mixed forest ca. 3 miles east of Rosefield in Sec 28 T11N R5E.

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Stereum Hill ex Pers.
AN 035081Charles M. Allen   1992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island, Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
AN 035082Charles M. Allen   1992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island, Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg

ARIZ
Hymenochaete odontoides (Berk. & M.A. Curtis ex Fr.) S.H. He & Y.C. Dai
AN 035083Charles M. Allen   1992-02-22
United States, Louisiana, Catahoula Parish, hardwood forest on Sicily Island, Wildlife Refuge ca 5 mi NE of Harrisonburg


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