Dataset: ARIZ
Taxa: Apiosporina
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00664Barnes   97641967-08-11
Canada, Ontario, South River, Perry Sound

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00665H.C. Greene   25251960-06-03
USA, Wisconsin, Dane, Near Verona

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00666C.D. MacCall and L.P. Magasi   1972-06-23
USA, Nebraska, West, 2 miles east of Hardy

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00667J.J. Davis   1914-06-22
USA, Wisconsin, Douglas, Solon Springs

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00668W.W. Diehl   670441934-06-24
USA, Pennsylvania, Tobacco Patch Mt, Michaux State Forest

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00669H.C. Greene   29011963-06-15
USA, Wisconsin, Iowa, Near Ridgeway

ARIZ
Apiosporina morbosa (Schwein.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00896H.C. Greene   33281966-06-16
USA, Wisconsin, Green, New Glarus Woods Roadside Park

ARIZ
Apiosporina morbosa (Schwein.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00897C.A. Turrell   1892-03-17
USA, Nebraska, Lancaster, Lincoln

ARIZ
Apiosporina morbosa (Schwein.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00898Ed Mulrean   1981-07-15
USA, Arizona, Yavapai, Prescott

ARIZ
Apiosporina morbosa (Schwein.) Arx
ARIZ-M-AN00670C.L. Burlock   FPF-59121968-06-25
Canada, New Brunswick, 1 mi. along Parker Rd. North. Co.

ARIZ
Apiosporina collinsii (Schwein.) Höhn.
ARIZ-M-AN00553R.B. Streets   1937-07-00
USA, Colorado, Fish Creek, near Stoner

ARIZ
Apiosporina morbosa (Schwein.) Arx
AN 043755Jana U'Ren   2018-08-08
United States, Missouri, Grindstone Nature Area


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