Dataset: ASU
Taxa: Coniocybe
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
603586T.H. Nash III   194941982-08-07
USA, Pennsylvania, Clarion, Cook Forest State Park, 25 km north of Brookville along state route 35, 41.3333333 -79.2, 370m

ASU
236596M. Steiner   1958-08-01
Austria, Tyrol, Stubaier Alpen; above the Bergeralm near Steinach, 1620m

ASU
Coniocybe peronella (Ach.) Tibell
501990L. Tibell   44081971-04-02
Sweden, Uppland, Alsike, Kungshamn, 59.7833333 17.65

ASU
501879L. Tibell   136041981-06-03
New Zealand, Wellington, Tongariro National Park, 3 km NE of Ohakune, along Mountain Road, -39.4 175.4333333, 700m

ASU
R.A. Darrow   5161-a1958-08-08
Mexico, Michoacán, W of Zitácuaro, 19.4 -100.75, 2744m

ASU
585160T. H. Nash   198961981-08-14
Australia, South Australia, Kyema Conservation Park, 21 km east of Willunga., -35.2666666666667 138.716666666667

ASU
ASU0068172L. Tibell   136051981-06-03
New Zealand, Wellington, Tongariro National Park, 3 km NE of Ohakune, along Mountain Road., -34.4 175.433333, 700m

ASU
Coniocybe pallida (Pers.) Fr.
578381R. A. Darrow   49751959-02-21
USA, Texas, Liberty, 1 mile west Liberty., 30.056708 -94.843494

ASU
578647R.A. Darrow   58241961-06-14
USA, Texas, Harris, 8 km (5 mi) N of Addicks on FM 1670, 29.855304 -95.645622

ASU
578461R.A. Darrow   54161959-03-13
USA, Texas, Lavaca, 5 miles (8.0 km) E. of Hallettsville, 29.443827 -96.858264

ASU
Coniocybe nivea Mont. & Tuck.
609865W.A. Weber   118941957-10-01
Sweden, Södermanland (Srm), North of Gnesta on shore of Sjuendas, 59.04965 17.30879, 40m

ASU
611496R.A. Darrow   3921932-07-10
USA, New York, Essex, Chapel Pond, near Keene, 44.13827 -73.74547

ASU
611680W. A. Weber   28101954-08-08
USA, Colorado, Gunnison, North of Gothic, 38.966185 -106.985949, 3048m


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