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

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University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium


TENN-F
Multiclavula mucida (Pers.) R.H. Petersen
TENN-F-032781A.J. Sharp & Z. Iwatsuki   AJS25231966-09-05
Japan, Nagano, Matsumoto, Matsumoto, Kamikochi, 36.24388889 137.6311111

TENN-F
TENN-F-035936Sharp   SHARP359361971-05-23
Japan, Nagano, Along The Shozawa River By Mount Kisikoma, 38.95 140.78

TENN-F
Eocronartium muscicola (Pers.) Fitzp.
TENN-F-035943Sharp   SHARP359431971-05-25
Japan, Nagano, Along Shozawa River, 36.64833333 138.6483333

TENN-F
Mycena amygdalina (Pers.) Singer
TENN-F-048101R.H. Petersen   22711989-09-24
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Nagano Prefectu, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude
TENN-F-048103R.H. Petersen   22831989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Mycena amygdalina (Pers.) Singer
TENN-F-048104R.H. Petersen   22861989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Ramaria echinoramaria
TENN-F-048111Izawa   22741989-09-24
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude
TENN-F-048112R.H. Petersen   22791989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ., 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Naematoloma fasciculare (Huds.) P. Karst.
TENN-F-048113R.H. Petersen   22771989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Mutinus caninus (Huds.) Fr.
TENN-F-048114R.H. Petersen   22811989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Plicaturopsis crispa (Pers.) D.A. Reid
TENN-F-048120R.H. Petersen   22751989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Clitocybe clavipes (Pers.) P. Kumm.
TENN-F-048121R.H. Petersen   22801989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude
TENN-F-048128R.H. Petersen   22781989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ. Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Connopus acervatus K.W. Hughes, Mather & R.H. Petersen
TENN-F-048133R.H. Petersen   22881989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Road To Agricult. Exp. Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
TENN-F-048135Uchida   22841989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Ramaria eumorpha (P. Karst.) Corner
TENN-F-048150Izawa   22731989-09-24
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Mycena pura (Pers.) P. Kumm.
TENN-F-048152R.H. Petersen   22821989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Mycena (Pers.) Roussel
TENN-F-048153R.H. Petersen   22721989-09-24
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Ramariopsis depokensis (Overeem) R.H. Petersen
TENN-F-048154Izawa   22851989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
Ramariopsis crocea (Pers.) Corner
TENN-F-048155R.H. Petersen   22871989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Suzaka City, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ, Montane Station, 36.52361111 138.3472222

TENN-F
TENN-F-050877R.H. Petersen   22761989-09-25
Japan, Nagano, Ueda, Sanada, Sugadaira, Tsukuba Univ. Montane Study Area, 36.52361111 138.3472222


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