Dataset: TENN-F
Search Criteria: Haiti; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium


TENN-F
TENN-F-000062V.K. Charles   VKC621922-03-15
Haiti, Coast off St. Marks Rd., 18.91555556 -72.28277778

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TENN-F-000361V.K. Charles   VKC3611922-03-00
Haiti, Ouest, Port Au Prince, 18.53333333 -72.33333333

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TENN-F-000792O.F. Cook   OFC7921924-08-21
Haiti, St. Michel, 19.77055556 -72.35333333

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Sphacelotheca panici-leucophaei (Brefeld) G.P. Clinton
TENN-F-002212V.K. Charles   VKC22121922-03-16
Haiti, La Mouriere, 18.91555556 -72.28277778

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TENN-F-002296V.K. Charles   VKC22961922-03-22
Haiti, Lasource, 18.91555556 -72.28277778

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Tryblidiella rufula (Spreng.) Sacc.
TENN-F-002325J.R. Weir   JRW23251925-01-18
Haiti, Bayuex, 18.91555556 -72.28277778

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TENN-F-046542R. Baird   TFB465421985-04-22
Haiti, Sud-est, Marche, Lavisite Park, 18.34416667 -72.26555556


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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