Dataset: MIN
Taxa: Tricholomataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
660184Scholander, P.; Llano   s.n.1941-04-00
United States, New Hampshire, Coos, Mt. Washington; White Mountains National Forest

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
660185Scholander, P.; Llano   s.n.1941-04-00
United States, New Hampshire, Coos, Mt. Washington; White Mountains National Forest

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
660186Santesson, R.   s.n.1947-07-24
Sweden, Skane, Riseberga, Skaralid

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
660187Degelius, G.   s.n.1926-07-25
Sweden, Lappland, Lappmark; Fjallfjallet

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
662321Wetmore, C.   122761963-08-25
United States, New York, Essex, Adirondack Mountains, Mt. Mcintyre, S of Lake Placid

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
777467Vezda, A.   s.n.1983-08-23
Czech Republic, Czech Republic and Slovakia; Strbske Pleso

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
796803Wetmore, C.   623551988-07-17
United States, New Hampshire, Coos, Mt. Monroe; Presidential Dry River Wilderness Area, 44.25611111 -71.32666667

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
797508Wetmore, C.   615911988-07-07
United States, New Hampshire, Coos, Mt. Clay; Great Gulf Wilderness Area, 44.29 -71.31361111

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
843115Hellbom, P.; Hellbom   s.n.1871-00-00
Sweden, Norrbotten, Lule Lappmark

MIN
Omphalina hudsoniana (H.S. Jenn.) H.E. Bigelow
664499   s.n.
Europe

MIN
777465Vezda, A.   s.n.1983-08-23
Czech Republic, Czech Republic and Slovakia; Strbske Pleso


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