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

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028166Sean Q. Beeching   26062007-04-12
United States, Alabama, Baldwin, Splinter Hill Bog, Dryas Creek bottoms

GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028161Sean Q. Beeching   24062007-01-28
United States, Georgia, Heard, Camp Meeting Rock

GAM
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
GAM00028168Sean Q. Beeching   34772007-08-26
United States, Georgia, Gilmer, Rich Mountain Wilderness, Stanley Creek

GAM
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
GAM00028170Sean Q. Beeching   21702006-11-25
United States, Georgia, Towns, High Shoals Trail

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028054Sean Q. Beeching   185282008-05-11
United States, South Carolina, Darlington, Location Unknown

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028053Sean Q. Beeching   185272008-11-23
United States, Georgia, Bartow, Pine log creek

GAM
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
GAM00028169Sean Q. Beeching   56802008-04-09
United States, Georgia, Fayette, Line Creek Nature Area

GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028160Robert J. Hill   3691998-09-18
United States, Maine, Hancock, Turk Creek, 7.1 mi from cherry Field - south of creek

GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028167Sean Q. Beeching   24932007-03-09
United States, Georgia, Rockdale, Pamola Mt. Conservation Park

GAM
Coenogonium pineti (Ach.) Lücking & Lumbsch
GAM00028052Sean Q. Beeching   185262006-10-01
United States, Georgia, Appling, Near Power lines

GAM
Coenogonium pineti (Ach.) Lücking & Lumbsch
GAM00028171Sean Q. Beeching   2582004-09-04
United States, Georgia, Rockdale, O'Neil soccer complex, Old Covington Rd, Conyers, 33.6422 -83.9616

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028055Sean Q. Beeching   185292008-05-03
United States, Georgia, Gwinnett, In a park

GAM
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
GAM00028172Sean Q. Beeching   11692006-02-11
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mountain Park

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028056Sean Q. Beeching   185302007-06-30
United States, Georgia, Rabun, Rabun Bald trail, 34.9666667 -83.3

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028051Sean Q. Beeching   185252006-10-20
United States, Georgia, Wheeler, Location Unknown

GAM
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
GAM00028058Sean Q. Beeching   185322005-04-06
United States, Maryland, Harris Creek

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028164Sean Q. Beeching   s.n.2005-04-06
United States, Georgia, McIntosh, Ansely Hadjes Marsh Project, along McIntosh Creek

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028163Sean Q. Beeching   48432007-12-29
United States, Georgia, Tattnall, Big Hammock Natural Area

GAM
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
GAM00028059Sean Q. Beeching   185332007-02-03
United States, Georgia, Talbot, Location Unknown

GAM
Dimerella Trevisan
GAM00028174Sean Q. Beeching   9212004-09-24
United States, Black's Bluff

GAM
Dimerella pineti (Schrader ex Ach.) Vězda
GAM00028173Sean Q. Beeching   11482004-06-23
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mountain Park, low on north slope

GAM
Coenogonium luteum (Dicks.) Kalb & Lücking
GAM00028057Sean Q. Beeching   185312008-02-23
United States, Georgia, Morgan, by Labor Creek

GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028162Sean Q. Beeching   19932006-10-09
United States, Georgia, Harris, Pine mt. D's knob

GAM
Dimerella lutea (Dickson) Trevisan
GAM00028165Sean Q. Beeching   56562008-04-20
United States, Georgia, Douglas, Sweetwater Creek State Park


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