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

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University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
Pyrenula nitidella (Flörke ex Schaer.) Müll. Arg.
UAMb:Herb:13605unknown   1974-05-27
United States, Texas, 31.185374 -100.041016

ALA
Pyrgillus javanicus (Mont. & v. d. Bosch) Nyl.
UAMb:Herb:13841unknown   1985-03-24
United States, Hawaii

ALA
UAMb:Herb:21247unknown   1976-11-13
Chile

ALA
UAMb:Herb:21463unknown   1964-02-21
Ecuador, Galapagos

ALA
UAMb:Herb:27672unknown   1964-03-09
Ecuador, Galapagos

ALA
UAMb:Herb:27760unknown   1977-05-07
France

ALA
UAMb:Herb:27761unknown   1964-01-21
Ecuador, Galapagos

ALA
UAMb:Herb:28135unknown   1977-05-07

ALA
UAMb:Herb:4349unknown, W. A. Weber   s.n.1800-01-01
Ecuador

ALA
Pyrenula nitidella (Flörke ex Schaer.) Müll. Arg.
UAMb:Herb:8873unknown   1974-05-27
United States, Texas, 31.185374 -100.041016

ALA
Pyrgillus javanicus (Mont. & v. d. Bosch) Nyl.
UAMb:Herb:8874unknown   1985-03-24
United States, Hawaii


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