Dataset: CAS
Taxa: Coniocybaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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California Academy of Sciences


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455812Eric B. Peterson   EBP 12871995-02-24
United States, Oregon, Polk, Coast Range, S of Falls City, Little Sinks Research Natural Area, E sdie of Teal Creek, 44.838167 -123.439833, 200m

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Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
455813Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 27501998-02-02
USA, Oregon, Polk, Coast Range: S. of Falls City. Little Sinks Research Natural Area. E side of Teal Creek, 200m

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Chaenotheca chrysocephala (Turner ex Ach.) Th. Fr.
455814Eric B. Peterson   12921995-02-24
USA, Oregon, Polk, Coast Range, S. of Falls City, Little Sinks Research Natural Area. E side of Teal Creek.

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Chaenotheca ferruginea (Turner & Borrer) Mig.
455815Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 43422006-08-06
United States, California, Sierra, Sierra Nevada - ca 2 km E of Bassetts - W of Yuba Pass - San Francisco State University Field Station, just W of camping areas (ca 100m) along trail just before small rock outcrop, 39.62399 -120.57928, 1700m

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455816Doyle E. Anderegg   6091972-07-15
United States, Idaho, Shoshone, Valley of Merry Creek, 47.05 -116.2

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455817Barry Rosen   451979-07-04
United States, Michigan, Emmet, East Side US-31, 1.4 mi. South of Levering

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455818Richard C. Harris   84881973-11-10
United States, Michigan, Clinton, E of Hinman Rd. S of unnamed tributary of Maple River

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455819B. Shervanick   961970-10-31
USA, California, Humboldt, near Big Lagoon, north of Patrick's Point State Park

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455820Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 42282004-08-10
United States, California, Plumas, Sierra nevada - 5 miles east of Quincy - tibutary to Greenhorn Creek. 1.7 miles south of Hwy 70 from Massack Rest Area, then 0.2 miles east on county road 401, then 0.5 miles north up road FS 2433Y, the west 0.2 miles FS 24N33YA, then hike down hillside to north, 1200m

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455821J. Edelbrock   2431975-02-08
United States, California, San Mateo, San Francisco Watershed

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455822Albert W. C. T. Herre   11501907-02-16
United States, California, Santa Clara, along road above Congress Springs, 168m

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Chaenotheca hispidula (Ach.) Zahlbr.
455823Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 28871998-04-25
USA, Oregon, Marion, Willammette Valley - SW of Portland - near Willamette River. Champoeg State Park., 45.255 -122.901667, 50m

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455824Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 29741996-09-07
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Western Cascades - WNW of Roseburg. Honey Creek tributary to the North Umpqua, S of road 26-2-3-0 at intersection with 26-2-3-1, 43.336667 -122.923333, 700m

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Chaenotheca phaeocephala (Turner) Th. Fr.
455825Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 46912012-12-30
United States, California, Trinity, in campground just SE of old water tower, East Weaver Creek Canyon, 999m

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Chaenotheca phaeocephala (Turner) Th. Fr.
455826Albert W. C. T. Herre   s.n.1910-12-23
U.S.A., California, Alameda, Redwood Canon, Oakland Hills

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Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
455827Eric B. Peterson   46222010-09-10
U.S.A., California, Trinity, Trinity Alps: East Weaver Canyon,. valley bottom, SE, ~2 deg. Along trail to East Weaver Lake, ca 400 m above intersection with Jackass Ridge trail., 40.78358 -122.94376, 959m

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Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
455828Eric B. Peterson   43412006-08-06
USA, California, Sierra, Nevada - ca 2 km E of Bassetts - W of Yuba Pass - San Francisco State. CALS Yuba Pass trip, 39.6238 -120.57919, 1700m

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Coniocybe pallida (Pers.) Fr.
489346Eric B. Peterson   EBP# 24841997-06-01
United States, California, Del Norte, Klamath Region, Siskiyou Mountains: NE of Gasquet: Smith River Headwaters. Along trail to Sanger Peak, on S side beofore crosses ridge, 41.92 -123.653333, 1700m

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Chaenotheca brunneola (Ach.) Mull Arg.
498125B. Poulsen   3372006-08-05
United States, California, Yuba Pass Area, Packer Lake, 1829m

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Chaenotheca trichialis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
498127Eric B. Peterson   3432006-08-06
United States, California, SFSU Sierra Campus


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