Dataset: ALA
Taxa: Coniocybaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
UAMb:Herb:2869unknown   1800-01-01
United States, Idaho

ALA
Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
UAMb:Herb:2870unknown   1800-01-01
Canada, British Columbia

ALA
Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
UAMb:Herb:52723Linda Geiser   54101993-01-02
United States, Alaska, Baranof Island, along Indian River Trail. 1.5 miles from trailhead., 57.07 -135.29, 35 - 35m

ALA
Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:53065Karen Dillman   16141991-08-19
Canada, British Columbia, Highway 16, Sugarbowl Recreation Trail, near Fraser River, 54 -120

ALA
Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:52726Karen Dillman   5591994-05-19
United States, Alaska, Kadin Island, mouth of Stikine River., 56.5 -132.3333, 5 - 5m

ALA
Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:52724Linda Geiser   62171991-08-12
United States, Alaska, Mainland, south shore of Cape Fanshaw., 57.1839 -133.5558, 6 - 6m

ALA
Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:52725Chiska Derr   37251992-08-02
United States, Alaska, Sukoi Island, southern aspect, Frederick Sound, 56.8466 -132.822

ALA
UAMb:Herb:2872unknown   1800-01-01
United States, Idaho

ALA
UAMb:Herb:2871unknown   1800-01-01
Austria, Salzburg

ALA
UAMb:Herb:3958unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
UAMb:Herb:3959unknown   1800-01-01
Greenland

ALA
UAMb:Herb:52320James Walton, Martin Hutten, Stacey Torigoe   180572012-08-27
United States, Alaska, Crater_Bay_S_20120827, 59.691 -149.785, 16 - 16m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:52727Karen Dillman   2000-1322000-07-20
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Cleveland Peninsula, Lake McDonald, under high cliff overhang., 57.974 -131.8378, 100 - 100m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:60915Andy Cortese   15-0312015-06-20
United States, Alaska, Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve; Hanna Cr. Grid Point #21, 65.080966526 -143.145339456, 453 - 453m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:49483Peter R. Nelson   10-3231800-01-01
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Cascade Cr in Yentna drainage Grid Point #5, 62.426775 -152.0298357, 322 - 322m

ALA
UAMb:Herb:49564Peter R. Nelson   10-3081800-01-01
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Cascade Cr in Yentna drainage Grid Point #16, 62.43411166 -152.0449042, 338 - 338m

ALA
Chaenotheca phaeocephala (Turner) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:3960unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
Chaenotheca stemonea (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
UAMb:Herb:49484Peter R. Nelson   10-3171800-01-01
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Cascade Cr in Yentna drainage Grid Point #5, 62.426775 -152.0298357, 322 - 322m

ALA
Chaenotheca stemonea (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
UAMb:Herb:52746Karen Dillman   2000-1152000-07-20
United States, Alaska, Mainland, Cleveland Peninsula, Lake McDonald, under high cliff overhang., 57.974 -131.8378, 100 - 100m

ALA
Chaenotheca stemonea (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
UAMb:Herb:52728Linda Geiser   56251989-06-27
United States, Alaska, Mitkof Island, Twin Creek Rd., 56.7258 -132.9078, 134 - 134m

ALA
Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:2873unknown   1800-01-01
Austria, Salzburg

ALA
Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:3961unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:3962unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
UAMb:Herb:49591Peter R. Nelson   10-3721800-01-01
United States, Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve; Cascade Cr in Yentna drainage Grid Point #38, 62.4349366 -152.039089, 348 - 348m

ALA
Coniocybe sulphurea (Retz.) Nyl.
UAMb:Herb:3731unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
Coniocybe sulphurea (Retz.) Nyl.
UAMb:Herb:3732unknown   1800-01-01
Finland

ALA
Coniocybe sulphurea (Retz.) Nyl.
UAMb:Herb:3733unknown   1800-01-01
Finland


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