Dataset: OMA
Taxa: Pezizomycotina_family_incertae_sedis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Nebraska at Omaha Herbarium


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Pyrenocollema tichothecioides (Arnold) R.C. Harris
6912Tucker   7880a1969-05-30
USA, Louisiana, Vernon, Kisatchie National Forest; Fort Polk Military Reservation

OMA
Pyrenocollema tichothecioides (Arnold) R.C. Harris
6913Tucker   179221978-10-01
USA, Louisiana, Natchitoches, Goldonna

OMA
Minutoexcipula tuckerae Atienza & D. Hawksw.
10765Tucker   31,1841991-10-05
USA, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, Baird Drive, Baton Rouge

OMA
Vouauxiella lichenicola (Lindsay) Petr. & Sydow
9356Diederich   84571987-08-20
Luxembourg, N Hagelsdorf

OMA
15697Tucker   37,6642002-06-28
USA, California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Hope Ranch, Via Huerta Rd.

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Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
2543Wetmore   77391960-07-19
USA, South Dakota, Pennington, Black Hills; 15 mi NW of Custer, 2135m

OMA
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
2544Wetmore   99781960-08-23
USA, South Dakota, Lawrence, Black Hills; 3 mi SW of Cnetral CIty, 1630m

OMA
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
13366Fink   14191901-08-13
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Kettle Falls

OMA
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
13365Wetmore   22,8381974-07-23
USA, Minnesota, Clearwater, Itasca State Park; near Biology Station

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Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
14706Fink   2091897-06-27
USA, Minnesota, Rose Lake

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Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
2542Fink   1994-06-01
USA, Iowa, Fayette, Fayette

OMA
Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
2540Wetmore   334021978-06-15
USA, Minnesota, St. Louis, Voyageurs National Park; Kettle Falls

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Eopyrenula leucoplaca (Wallr.) R.C. Harris
2541Trana   3686A1977-10-23
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, SW of Washkish


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