Dataset: WIS
Taxa: Cyrtidula
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Cyrtidula quercus (A. Massal.) Minks
WIS-L-0009078M. Skytte Christiansen   s.n.1947-06-15
Denmark, Mon (D.38), Damsholte, Hjelmamark, 54.939313 12.219026

WIS
Cyrtidula quercus (A. Massal.) Minks
WIS-L-0009079John W. Thomson   154211969-08-19
United States, Washington, Clallam, Olympic Peninsula; Sequin, 48.097985 -123.101303

WIS
Cyrtidula quercus (A. Massal.) Minks
WIS-L-0134202Josef Hafellner   246341990-03-12
Austria, Burgenland, Southern Burgenland, vicinity of Glasing E from Güssing, shortly W from Hammelberg, ESE above Glasing, 47.043583 16.357197, 310m

WIS
Cyrtidula hippocastani (DC.) R.C. Harris
WIS-L-0146577[collector unspecified]   s.n.1927-04-00
Austria, Upper Austria, Kleinmunchen, O. Ost., 48.25 14.316667

WIS
Cyrtidula quercus (A. Massal.) Minks
WIS-L-0151138O.G. Blomberg   s.n.1893-00-00
Sweden, Södermanland (Srm), Dunker: Mora


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Google Map

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