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

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University of Georgia, Julian H. Miller Mycological Herbarium


GAM
Thelenella brasiliensis (Müll.Arg.) Vain.
GAM00025746Sean Q. Beeching   71112008-11-26
United States, Georgia, Bartow, Allatoona Dam Road, by parking lot

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028732Sean Q. Beeching   12952006-04-01
United States, Georgia, Tallulah Gorge, north rim along high bluff trail

GAM
Julella Fabre
GAM00028733Sean Q. Beeching   20162006-10-09
United States, Georgia, FDR State Park creet at road east of D's knob. Sweetbay Mag.

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028730Robert J. Hill   9702000-04-07
United States, New Jersey, Burlington, Quaker Bridge on Batsto River, 39.708889 -74.667222

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028728Robert J. Hill   5211999-02-09
United States, Pennsylvania, Cumberland, Kings Gap Enironmental Education & Training Center, 40.250833 -76.931111

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028726Sean Q. Beeching   16712006-06-17
United States, Georgia, Dekalb, Stone Mountain Park, low N-slope

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028731Sean Q. Beeching   13222006-04-28
United States, Georgia, Walker, Rocktown Pigeon Mt.

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028727Robert J. Hill   5181999-01-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Cumberland, Kings Gap Environmental Education Center, trail near Watershed Trail, 40.083333 -77.274722

GAM
Julella fallaciosa (Arnold) R.C. Harris
GAM00028729Robert J. Hill   6851999-05-14
United States, Pennsylvania, Lebanon, Indiantown Gap


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