Dataset: MOR
Taxa: Dibaeis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Dibaeis absoluta (Tuck.) Kalb & Gierl
L-0005996-MORBill N. McKnight   4261978-10-17
U.S.A., Illinois, Clark, Rocky Branch.

MOR
Dibaeis absoluta (Tuck.) Kalb & Gierl
L-0005997-MORGerould Wilhelm   179401990-04-21
U.S.A., Illinois, Clark, At the Rocky Branch Nature Preserve in Clarksville.

MOR
Dibaeis absoluta (Tuck.) Kalb & Gierl
L-0005998-MORHatcher   1340s1953-08-22
U.S.A., Illinois, Pope, In Lusk Creek Canyon., 37.455764 -88.555972

MOR
Dibaeis baeomyces (L. f.) Rambold & Hertel
L-0005999-MORRichard D. Hyerczyk   5741992-08-29
U.S.A., Maine, Penobscot, Near Brewer, along route 1A about 14 miles south of the Dead River.

MOR
Dibaeis baeomyces (L. f.) Rambold & Hertel
L-0006000-MORRichard D. Hyerczyk   5711992-08-28
U.S.A., Maine, Washington, Near Cherryfield, at the Pine Grove cemetery.


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