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

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
CUP-L-0008124Scott LaGreca   19992009-09-21
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Windsor State Forest: Windsor Jambs. West side of gorge., 42.520556 -72.996389, 318m

CUP
Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0001487Latham   s.n.
USA, New York, Suffolk, Orient Point

CUP
Pseudosagedia cestrensis (Michener) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0001488Latham   s.n.
USA, New York, Suffolk, Long Island

CUP
Porina scabrida R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0001663Battaglia   2010-175
USA, Maine, Hancock, Maine Reserve Lands, cedar swamp near Tunk Lake

CUP
Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
CUP-L-0004706Hasse   s.n.
USA, California, Santa Monica Mts.

CUP
CUP-L-0005505Heller   s.n.
USA, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, McCall's Ferry

CUP
Clathroporina tetracerae (Ach.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0005775Small & Mosier   5854
USA, Florida, Dade, Hattie Bauer Hammock Preserve

CUP
Pseudosagedia aenea (Wallr.) Hafellner & Kalb
CUP-L-0005828Hasse   s.n.
USA, California, Santa Monica range

CUP
CUP-L-0007214Lange   s.n.


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