Dataset: CUP
Taxa: Lecanographaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Lecanographa grumulosa (Dufour) Egea & Torrente
CUP-L-0004683Calkins   307
USA, Florida, Duval

CUP
Plectocarpon lichenum (Sommerf.) D. Hawksw.
CUP-L-0006800Lambinon   s.n.
France

CUP
CUP-L-0008882Charles Wright   21
Cuba

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0000878Burnham   s.n.
USA, New York, Washington, lower falls, North Beaver creek, Vaughns, north of Hudson Falls

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0001075Dobbin & Burnham   s.n.
USA, New York, Washington, bog north of Clarks Pond, west of Shushan

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0001436Latham   s.n.
USA, New York, Suffolk, Orient Point, Long Island

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0001439Latham   s.n.
USA, New York, Suffolk, Orient, Long Island

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0004685Fink   s.n.
USA, Iowa, Fayette

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0004686Calkins   155
USA, West Virginia

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0006582Williams   s.n.
United States

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0006591Morgan   s.n.
United States

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0006597Williams   s.n.
United States

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0006602Morgan   s.n.
United States

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0006603Williams   s.n.
United States

CUP
Alyxoria varia (Pers.) Ertz & Tehler
CUP-L-0007918Morgan   s.n.
United States

CUP
Zwackhia viridis (Ach.) Poetsch & Schied.
CUP-L-0006581Sandstede   s.n.
Germany


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