Dataset: GAM
Taxa: Caliciaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


GAM
GAM00025532Sean Q. Beeching   12622006-03-04
United States, Georgia, [FDR] State Park; across road from Inn

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025487Sean Q. Beeching   53192008-02-16
United States, Georgia, Morgan, Hard Labor Creek State Park creekside, by stables

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025500Sean Q. Beeching   55912008-04-26
United States, Georgia, Fayette, Line Creek Nature Area

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025507Sean Q. Beeching   15032006-05-22
United States, Ohio, Adams, Chaparral Prairie

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025498Sean Q. Beeching   50302008-02-02
United States, Georgia, Fulton, Cochran Mill Park

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025491Sean Q. Beeching   58022008-05-10
United States, South Carolina, Darlington, Oaklyn Plantation site 1

GAM
Pyxine caesiopruinosa (Tuck.) Imahsug
GAM00025472Sean Q. Beeching   612004-02-21
United States, Georgia, Stone Mountain northside near summit

GAM
GAM00025524Sean Q. Beeching   52322008-02-16
United States, Georgia, Morgan, Hard Labor Creek State Park

GAM
GAM00025523Sean Q. Beeching   35402007-08-04
United States, Georgia, Catoosa, Chickamauga Battlefield, cedar glade #1

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025506Sean Q. Beeching   s.n.2006-05-21
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Park, near lodge

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025488Sean Q. Beeching   57802008-05-03
United States, Georgia, Gwinnett, Bethesda Park, riverside

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025486Robert J. Hill   s.n.2006-03-24
United States, Georgia, White, Unicoi State Park, 34.722433 -83.723467

GAM
Pyxine caesiopruinosa (Tuck.) Imahsug
GAM00025481Sean Q. Beeching   48592007-12-29
United States, Georgia, Tattnall, Big Hammock Nature Area

GAM
Pyxine sorediata (Ach.) Mont.
GAM00025508Sean Q. Beeching   35102007-08-25
United States, Georgia, Gilmer, Rich Mountain Wilderness, Stanley Creek

GAM
Dirinaria applanata (Fée) D. D. Awasthi
GAM00028185Sean Q. Beeching   48822007-12-30
United States, Georgia, Tattnall, Big Hammock WMA near river

GAM
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
GAM00028182Sean Q. Beeching   55322008-03-02
United States, Georgia, Dougherty, Chickasawhalchee WMA bridge

GAM
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
GAM00028179Robert J. Hill   s.n.2004-02-09
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mountain Park, 33.810833 -84.162222

GAM
Dirinaria (Tuck.) Clem.
GAM00027940Robert J. Hill   11572004-02-09
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mtn Park, 33.810833 -84.162222

GAM
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
GAM00028193Sean Q. Beeching   22582007-01-20
United States, Georgia, Upson, Drupping Rocket Road

GAM
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
GAM00028194Sean Q. Beeching   31402007-05-27
United States, Alabama, De Kalb, Little River Canyon, Lower Two Mile Trail

GAM
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
GAM00028183Sean Q. Beeching   15542006-06-03
United States, Georgia, Stewart, Providence Canyon State Park

GAM
Dirinaria applanata (Fée) D. D. Awasthi
GAM00028184Sean Q. Beeching   51482008-02-10
United States, Georgia, Mcintosh, Ansby-Hodges

GAM
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
GAM00028195Sean Q. Beeching   1082004-04-17
United States, Okefenokee Swamp main entrance nature trail

GAM
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
GAM00028192Sean Q. Beeching   402
United States, Georgia, Form Mountain State Park

GAM
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
GAM00028198Robert J. Hill   19032006-10-21
United States, Georgia, Location Unknown

GAM
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
GAM00028191Sean Q. Beeching   24602007-03-03
United States, Georgia, Rockdale, Pamola Mountain Conservation Park

GAM
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
GAM00028196Sean Q. Beeching   6422005-04-05
United States, Georgia, Jakyll Island, at south end

GAM
Dirinaria (Tuck.) Clem.
GAM00028201Robert J. Hill   11672004-02-09
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mt. Park, 33.8 -84.15

GAM
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
GAM00028187Sean Q. Beeching   6182004-04-04
United States, Georgia, Jekyll Island, at south end

GAM
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
GAM00028180Sean Q. Beeching   26482007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Splinter Hill Bog, Dyes Creek

GAM
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
GAM00028189Collector Unknown   s.n.2005-10-29
United States, Georgia, Clay, George T. Bagby State Park, 31.65575 -85.06032

GAM
Dirinaria picta (Sw.) Clem. & Schear
GAM00028197Sean Q. Beeching   45072007-11-29
United States, Georgia, Charlton, Okefenokee east side, Canal Digger Trail

GAM
GAM00028146Robert J. Hill   8211999-08-02
Russian Federation, Karelia, Occidentalis, Kpoc. Voknavolok, near Finnish border

GAM
Dirinaria frostii (Tuck.) Hale & Culb.
GAM00028190Sean Q. Beeching   22612007-01-20
United States, Georgia, Upson, Dripping Rocks Road

GAM
Dirinaria purpurascens (Vain.) B. Moore
GAM00028199Sean Q. Beeching   28822007-04-16
United States, Georgia, Baker, Ichauway, west of shed

GAM
Dimelaena oreina (Ach.) Norman
GAM00028159Robert J. Hill   s.n.
United States, Georgia, Floyd, mountains near Rome

GAM
Dirinaria confusa D. D. Awasthi
GAM00028188Robert J. Hill   10072005-10-29
United States, Georgia, Clay, G.T. Bagley State Park, the point, 31.65575 -85.0632

GAM
Dirinaria aegialita (Afz.) B. Moore
GAM00028181Sean Q. Beeching   26182007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Splinter Hill Bog, Dyes Creek

GAM
Dirinaria purpurascens (Vain.) B. Moore
GAM00028186Sean Q. Beeching   25802007-04-17
United States, Georgia, Rockdale, Panola Mountains Park

GAM
Dirinaria purpurascens (Vain.) B. Moore
GAM00028200Sean Q. Beeching   51452008-02-10
United States, Georgia, Mcintosh, Ausley - Hodges


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