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

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University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
Tremella cetrariicola Diederich & Coppins
WIS-L-0122369J. Hafellner   478311994-02-25
Spain, Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, Pinar de Tamadaba NW of Artenara, NW slope close below Casa de Tamadaba, 28.05833 -15.68333, 1200m

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WIS-L-0108404Shirley C. Tucker   344411996-01-04
United States, California, Santa Barbara, "Lotusland" Estate, Ashley Rd. Montecito, E of Santa Barbara., 34.442387 -119.656911

WIS
WIS-L-0122358J. Hafellner   538311994-02-21
Spain, Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, by the road from Moya to Artenara, between Las Fontanales and Los Pinos de Gaidar, 28.03889 -15.61667, 1350m

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WIS-L-0114732K. Kalb   s.n.1978-05-25
Brazil, São Paulo, Serra da Mantiqueira, Campos do Jordao, 150 km northeast of Sao Paulo, -22.754829 -45.500835, 1700m

WIS
WIS-L-0114733K. Kalb   s.n.1978-07-11
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serra da Mantiqueira; Vila Monte Verde about 30 km east of Camanducaia, -22.865303 -46.038027

WIS
Tremella lobariacearum Diederich & M.S. Christ.
WIS-L-0122370J Hafellner   338611991-02-18
Spain, Canary Islands, La Gomera, La Montaneta E of El Cedro, on the ridge SW of the top, 28.11667 -17.2, 1020m

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Tremella lobariacearum Diederich & M.S. Christ.
WIS-L-0139157K. Kalb   237841990-08-02
Poland, Mazovia, Ribeiro Frio, below the fish farm; along the levada do Furado towards E (Portela)., 32.733333 -16.875, 850m

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WIS-L-0139158K. Kalb   334041978-07-11
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serra da Mantiqueira; Vila Monte Verde about 30 km east of Camanducaia, -22.865303 -46.038027


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Google Map

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