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

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
Baeomyces rufus (Hudson) Rebent.
L-0000702-MORRichard C. Harris   196711987-01-10
Dominican Republic, La Vega, The Pyramids, 40 km S of Constanza on road to San Jose de Ocoa., 18.548045 -70.744988, 2316m

MOR
Baeomyces fungoides (Swartz) Ach.
L-0016917-MORJ.L.Crane   1986-06-19
U.S.A., Maine, Oxford, 5 miles west of West Bethel

MOR
Baeomyces fungoides (Swartz) Ach.
L-0016918-MORSteven Apfelbaum   331985-09-06
U.S.A., North Carolina, Jackson, Rough Butt Bald

MOR
Baeomyces fungoides (Swartz) Ach.
L-0016919-MORGerould Wilhelm   224991995-05-08
U.S.A., Vermont, Hartford, About 5 miles west of White River Junction, at Quechee State Park, along the west side of Quechee Gorge, just south of the U.S. 4 bridge. At the picnic area.

MOR
Baeomyces fungoides (Swartz) Ach.
L-0016920-MORDouglas Ladd   87541983-09-27
U.S.A., Vermont, Washington, along north side of Route 2, west of East Montpelier Village


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