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

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Lopadium augustini (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
CUP-L-0004252Calkins   339
USA, Florida, Duval

CUP
Lopadium disciforme (Flotow) Kullhem
CUP-L-0000234Stewart H. Burnham   s.n.1908-07-04
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Mt. Greylock, summit.

CUP
Lopadium disciforme (Flotow) Kullhem
CUP-L-0001698Battaglia   2009-175
USA, Maine, Washington, Humboldt Field Research Institute, Eagle Hill, blue trail

CUP
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
CUP-L-0001026Dobbin & Burnham   s.n.
USA, New York, Washington, Black Mt, Lake George

CUP
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
CUP-L-0004429Sherwood   495
USA, Oregon, Lane, 2 mi. up French Pete Creek trail

CUP
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
CUP-L-0006584Kovarc   s.n.
Czech Republic

CUP
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
CUP-L-0006589Kovarc   s.n.
Czech Republic

CUP
Lopadium pezizoideum (Ach.) Körb.
CUP-L-0006690Farlow   s.n.
Canada

CUP
CUP-L-0006516Jones   4695a
Brazil


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Google Map

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