Dataset: FH
Taxa: Pleosporaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University


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barcode-00060782K. W. G. L. Fuckel   454
Switzerland, Alpes. Near St. Moritz.

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barcode-00060837F. Petrak   1751923-08-00
Germany

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barcode-00060783C. F. Baker, F. S. Earle & S. M. Tracy   10971898-06-24
United States of America, Colorado, Mancos, 7000 ft

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barcode-00060862J. Hruby   1928-06-00
Bulgaria, Sofia: Vitosa Plateau

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Pleospora clematidis (Fuckel) Fuckel
barcode-00213257   

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barcode-00213252C. F. Baker   761899-03-00
United States of America, Colorado, Hermosa

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barcode-00213253C. F. Baker   761899-03-00
United States of America, Colorado, Hermosa

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barcode-00060781   1918-00-00
Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige, Bolzano, Merano 400m

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barcode-00213047F. Petrak   1751923-06-00
Moravica

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barcode-00213048K. W. G. L. Fuckel   461
Germany, Hattenheim

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barcode-00213251   
Germany, Oestrich

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barcode-00213254   1875-00-00
Italy

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barcode-00213255   
Germany, Oestrich

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barcode-00213256   
Germany

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Pleospora juglandis Ellis & Everh.
barcode-00213277E. Bartholomew   24051897-05-12
United States of America, Kansas, Rooks County

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Pleospora kansensis Ellis & Everh.
barcode-00213278E. Bartholomew   28881902-06-06
United States of America, Kansas, Rooks County

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Pleospora maritima E. Bommer, M. Rousseau & Sacc.
barcode-00213282N. G. Lagerheim   11881895-07-00
Norway

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Pleospora megalotheca Tracy & Earle
barcode-00213283C. F. Baker, F. S. Earle & S. M. Tracy   1721898-06-27
United States of America, Colorado, Bob Creek, La Plata Mts, 10500 ft

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barcode-00213285   1929-06-00
Hungary

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barcode-00213286K. W. G. L. Fuckel   466
Germany

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barcode-00060863A. Ade   1926-05-30
Puerto de Luz and Las Palmas

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barcode-00213287   


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