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

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Bjerkandera adusta (Willd.) P. Karst.
ARIZ-M-AN19182Charles M. Allen   145521986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5 mi SE of Leesville

ARIZ
Coriolopsis byrsina (Mont.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN19652Charles M. Allen   145661986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5 mi SE of Leesville

ARIZ
Trametes hirsuta (Wulfen) Lloyd
ARIZ-M-AN23655Charles M. Allen   145561986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5 mi SE of Leesville

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Cerrena unicolor (Bull.) Murrill
ARIZ-M-AN19501Charles M. Allen   145551986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5 mi SE of Leesville

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Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolton) J. Schröt.
ARIZ-M-AN19743Charles M. Allen   143831986-08-30
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5 mi SE of Leesville

ARIZ
Laxitextum bicolor (Pers.) Lentz
ARIZ-M-AN15410Charles M. Allen   145501986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk 5mi S. of Leesville

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ARIZ-M-AN17027Charles M. Allen   145411986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk mi. SE of Leesville

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Stereum ostrea (Blume & T. Nees) Fr.
ARIZ-M-AN17199Charles M. Allen   145461986-12-05
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Ft. Polk mi. SE of Leesville

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Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
ARIZ-M-AN23640Charles M. Allen   173751992-03-14
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-hardwood forest near Northwestern campus at Fort Polk ca 6 mi E of Leesville

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Trametopsis cervina (Schwein.) Tomšovský
ARIZ-M-AN23713Charles M. Allen   173591992-03-01
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, pine-hardwood forest off gravel Rd. W of LA 463 ca. 4.5 mi N of Pitkin Sec 31 T1N R5W

ARIZ
Trichaptum biforme (Fr.) Ryvarden
ARIZ-M-AN23889Charles M. Allen   173691992-03-14
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-hardwood forest along Whiskey Chitto Creek off Mill Creek Road ca 10 miles east of Leesville

ARIZ
Leiotrametes menziesii (Berkeley) Welti & Courtecuisse
ARIZ-M-AN23648Charles M. Allen   173601992-03-01
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, pine-hardwood forest off gravel Rd. W of LA 463 ca. 4.5 mi N of Pitkin Sec 31 T1N R5W

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Lentinus arcularius (Batsch) Zmitr.
AN 028631Charles M. Allen   173571992-03-01
USA, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-hardwood forest off gravel road W of LA 463 ca. 4.5 miles N of Pitkin Sec 31 T1N R5W

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Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
AN 017122Charles M. Allen   145281986-12-05
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Baygall near airport off California Ave. on Ft. Polk, 5 mi. SE of Leesville

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Trametes elegans (Spreng.) Fr.
AN 028665Charles M. Allen   173711992-03-14
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-hardwood forest along Whiskey Chitto Creek off Mill Creek Road ca. 10 miles east of Leesville

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Trametes menziesii (Berk.) Ryvarden
AN 028657Charles M. Allen   173721992-03-14
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-hardwood forest along Whiskey Chitto Creek off Mill Creek Road ca. 10 miles east of Leesville

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Geastrum smardae V.J. Stanek
AN 028656C.M. Allen   1992-03-14
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Along Whiskey Chitto Creek of Mill Creek Rd. ca. 10 miles east of Leesville

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Fomes fasciatus (Sw.) Cooke
AN 042872Charles M. Allen   1988-01-16
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, on former Dump site N of Mill Creek Rd. near Range 22 on Ft. Polk ca 5 mi SE of Leesville.

ARIZ
AN 038562Charles Allen   1992-03-28
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, Pine-Hardwood forest off La. 10 ca 8 mi E of Leesville on Ft. Polk

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Panus Fr.
AN 035084Charles M. Allen   1992-03-01
United States, Louisiana, Vernon Parish, pine-hardwood forest off gravel road W of LA 463 ca 4.5 mi N of Pitkin


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