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

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Cornell University Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0002856Dobbin   s.n.
USA, Vermont, Windham

CUP
Polymeridium quinqueseptatum (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0004868Calkins   240
USA, Florida, 6 Mile Creek

CUP
Polymeridium quinqueseptatum (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0004869Underwood   641891-00-00
USA, Florida

CUP
Mycomicrothelia thelena (Ach.) D. Hawksw.
CUP-L-0004879Fink   s.n.1894-06-00
USA, Iowa, Fayette

CUP
Mycomicrothelia thelena (Ach.) D. Hawksw.
CUP-L-0004880Calkins   349
USA, Florida, Duval

CUP
Mycomicrothelia thelena (Ach.) D. Hawksw.
CUP-L-0004881Hall   s.n.1878-00-00
USA, Illinois, Menard

CUP
Trypethelium tropicum (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
CUP-L-0004882Underwood   631891-00-00
USA, Florida

CUP
Trypethelium tropicum (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
CUP-L-0004883Calkins   226
USA, Florida, Duval

CUP
Trypethelium Sprengel
CUP-L-0005231Sherwood   6631973-01-09
USA, Texas, Hardin, Big Thicket National Preserve, Jack Gore Baygall Unit, low oak forest 5 miles NE of Silsbee

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005312Calkins   325
USA, West Virginia

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0000899Dobbin   s.n.
USA, New York, Washington, Shushan

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0000944Dobbin & Burnham   s.n.
USA, New York, Washington, south bank of Tripoli pond, southern W Fort Ann

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0002942Kirk   316
USA, Vermont, Rutland

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005325Calkins   238
USA, Tennessee

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005408Calkins   234
USA, West Virginia

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005410Calkins   324
USA, Texas

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005412Calkins   237
USA, Florida, Duval

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0005413Leeming   s.n.
USA, Virginia, Smyth, Nick's Creek

CUP
Mycomicrothelia macularis (Hampe ex A. Massal.) Keissl.
CUP-L-0006782Eggerth   s.n.
Austria

CUP
Polymeridium quinqueseptatum (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0007141Windle   s.n.
United States

CUP
Polymeridium quinqueseptatum (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0007142Windle   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium tropicum (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
CUP-L-0007185Rapp   s.n.
United States

CUP
Polymeridium quinqueseptatum (Nyl.) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0007216Windle   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium floridanum (Zahlbr. ex Choisy) R.C. Harris
CUP-L-0007342Rapp   s.n.
United States

CUP
CUP-L-0007531Harrington   s.n.
Seychelles

CUP
Trypethelium tropicum (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
CUP-L-0007533Thaxter   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium aeneum (Eschw.) Zahlbr.
CUP-L-0007550Taylor   39-715
Mexico

CUP
CUP-L-0007551Harrington   s.n.
Seychelles

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0008157W. Farlow   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0008463C. Cummings   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0008549C. Cummings   s.n.
United States

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0008550C. Cummings   s.n.
United States

CUP
Bathelium madreporiforme (Eschw.) Trevisan
CUP-L-0009030Scott LaGreca   22591995-12-31
United States, Florida, Levy, Black Point Swamp, along County Road 326, 1.5 miles W of County Road 347., 29.216667 -83.033333

CUP
Trypethelium aeneum (Eschw.) Zahlbr.
CUP-L-0009038Scott LaGreca   22681995-12-31
United States, Florida, Levy, N end of Gulf Hammock, along Florida Highway 24, 7.5 miles SW of US 19/98 at Otter Creek., 29.266667 -82.866667

CUP
Trypethelium virens Tuck. ex Michener
CUP-L-0009080Scott LaGreca   s.n.2017-07-12
United States, New York, Tompkins, Trumansburg. Smith Woods., 42.5357790152 -76.6427723598


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