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

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
CUP-L-0001546Latham   s.n.
USA, New York, Suffolk, Orient Point

CUP
CUP-L-0003397Battaglia   
USA, Maine, Hancock, Big Chief Trail to Black Mountain, hillside above Wizard Pond

CUP
CUP-L-0002186Dirig   L-0594c
USA, New York, Albany, Karner Pine Bush, City of Albany (East end) and Town of Guilderland (West end), section W of Rt. 155, N of Rt. 90 (NYS Thruway), S&E of Old State Rd, 42.723411 -73.857345

CUP
CUP-L-0002757LaGreca   2149
USA, Vermont, Rutland, Green Mountain College campus, Campus quadrant N10

CUP:Lichen Herbarium
CUP-L-0005900LaGreca, Scott   2198b2012-02-12
United States, New York, Rensselaer, Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center. Along Koch Trail, near intersection with Long Trail, off of Dyken Pond Road., 42.726333 -73.4515

CUP
CUP-L-0007555Kernstock   s.n.
Austria

CUP
Scoliciosporum pruinosum (P. James) Vězda
CUP-L-0001665Lendemer   22674
USA, Maine, Washington, Great Wass Island Preserve, woodlands adjacent to ocean shore


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