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

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University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium


TENN-F
TENN-F-001068C.F. Baker   CFB10681917-09-00
Singapore, 1.351944444 103.8197222

TENN-F
Clavulina cartilaginea (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Corner
TENN-F-031711E.J.H. Corner   RHP13471940-08-27
Singapore, Bukit Timah Forest, 1.375 103.7972222

TENN-F
Clavulinopsis miniata (Berk.) Corner
TENN-F-031718E.J.H. Corner   EJHC4381942-12-00
Singapore, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1.313888889 103.8152778

TENN-F
Multiclavula fossicola (Corner) R.H. Petersen
TENN-F-031720E.J.H. Corner   EJHC5761934-09-28
Singapore, Reservoir Jungle, 1.333333333 103.8333333

TENN-F
TENN-F-031729E.J.H. Corner   EJHC5391943-04-17
Singapore, Bukit Timah Forest, 1.375 103.7972222

TENN-F
Clavulinopsis amoena (Zoll. & Moritzi) Corner
TENN-F-031741E.J.H. Corner   EJHC4681930-04-23
Singapore, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1.313888889 103.8152778

TENN-F
TENN-F-031748E.J.H. Corner   EJHC4591940-12-21
Singapore, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1.313888889 103.8152778

TENN-F
Clavulina leveillei (Sacc.) Overeem
TENN-F-031755E.J.H. Corner   EJHC5051943-12-03
Singapore, Singapore Botanic Gardens, 1.313888889 103.8152778

TENN-F
Aphelaria dendroides (Jungh.) Corner
TENN-F-031987E.J.H. Corner   RP13141930-12-23
Singapore, Botanic Gardens, 1.313888889 103.8152778

TENN-F
Clavaria helicoides Pat. & Demange
TENN-F-031988E.J.H. Corner   RP13081939-09-01
Singapore, Reservoir Jungle, 1.333333333 103.8333333

TENN-F
Artomyces candelabrus (Massee) J├╝lich
TENN-F-031993E.J.H. Corner   RP13131941-04-04
Singapore, Bukit Timah Forest, 1.375 103.7972222


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