Dataset: CNALH-Observation
Taxa: Mycocaliciaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Research Observation and Personal Collections


CNALH:Observation
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
M.F. Hodges   17632007-08-18
USA, Georgia, Gilmer, Rich Mt. WMA, 34.78 -84.31

CNALH:Observation
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
M.F. Hodges   26142008-04-17
USA, Georgia, Richmond, Ft. Gordon (TA 47/AIA), 33.37 -82.25

CNALH:Observation
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
M.F. Hodges   35222008-12-06
USA, Georgia, Talbot, Blackjack Crossing, 32.57 -84.51

CNALH:Observation
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
M.F. Hodges   47062009-10-03
USA, Georgia, Taylor, Black Creek Natural Area, 32.56 -84.5

CNALH:Observation
Mycocalicium subtile (Pers.) Szat.
Scott LaGreca   1200 and 19462010-06-28
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Pittsfield State Forest: Along Taconic Crest Trail, c. 4000 feet north of the parking area at the intersection of the trail with Rt. 20.

CNALH:Observation
Phaeocalicium curtisii (Tuck.) Tibell
M.A. Curtis   s.n.1851-00-00
USA, Massachusetts, Berkshire

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   7712006-07-17
USA, Maine, Hancock, Schoodic Mt., 44.57 -68.13

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   8632006-08-05
USA, Georgia, Rabun, Chattooga River gorge, 34.77 -83.32

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   15382007-04-15
USA, Georgia, Early, Williams Bluffs Preserve, 31.19 -85.09

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   26302008-04-17
USA, Georgia, Richmond, Ft. Gordon (TA 32), 33.32 -82.24

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   28202008-06-14
USA, Georgia, Walker, Pigeon Mt. WMA, 34.65 -85.38

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   33232008-10-18
USA, Georgia, Bartow, Red Top Mountain SP, 34.14 -84.71

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   45872009-08-28
USA, Georgia, Upson, Sprewell Bluff State Park, 32.85 -84.47

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   52572009-12-22
USA, Georgia, Candler, Charles Harrold Preserve, 32.41 -82.02

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   56082010-05-23
USA, Georgia, Screven, W. C. Hawkins farm (along Briar Creek), 32.83 -81.58

CNALH:Observation
M. F. Hodges   62322010-11-14
USA, Georgia, Worth, Flint River at state route 32, 31.72 -84.01

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   64532011-01-08
USA, Georgia, Lanier, Alapaha River bottomlands, 31.04 -83.04

CNALH:Observation
M. F. Hodges   67322011-03-13
USA, Georgia, McDuffie, Clark Hill WMA, 33.58 -82.53

CNALH:Observation
M. F. Hodges   67982011-03-13
USA, Georgia, Wilkes, Clark Hill WMA, 33.63 -82.59

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   69532011-06-12
USA, Georgia, Dawson, Amicalola Falls State Park, 34.55 -84.23

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   71232011-07-23
USA, Georgia, Chattooga, James. H. Floyd State Park, 34.42 -85.33

CNALH:Observation
Samuel Brinker   2012-11-19
Canada, Ontario, Peterborough, 14.8 km northeast of Apsley, 600 metres north of Rose Island Rd., 44.8689269 -77.99231501

CNALH:Observation
M.F. Hodges   52632009-12-22
USA, Georgia, Candler, Charles Harrold Preserve, 32.41 -82.02


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