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Bell Museum

Dataset: MIN-Fungi
Search Criteria: United States` OR USA OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
Coleosporium vernoniae Berk. & M.A. Curtis
472098[1224404]Hedgcock, G.G.   175841915-03-13
United States`, Georgia

MIN:Fungi
956643[1288563]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM18982014-08-19
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956644[1288564]D.J. McLaughln   DJM18922014-08-19
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956645[1288565]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM18942014-08-19
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956646[1288566]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM19002014-08-19
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956647[1288567]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM19012014-08-19
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956648[1288568]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM19082014-08-20
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Red Lake Wildlife Management Area, adjacent to southern boundary of Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, 48.2297048 -94.629287

MIN:Fungi
956649[1288569]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM19092014-08-20
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Red Lake Wildlife Management Area, adjacent to southern boundary of Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, 48.2297048 -94.629287

MIN:Fungi
956651[1288571]D.J. McLaughlin   DJM19192014-09-15
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk

MIN:Fungi
Cortinarius collinitus (Sowerby) Gray
956652[1288572]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM19212014-09-15
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956653[1288573]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM19242014-09-16
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956654[1288574]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM19352014-09-16
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
956655[1288575]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM19572014-09-24
USA, Minnesota, Beltrami, Big Bog State Recreation Area, North Unit, Boardwalk, 48.3162419 -94.564661

MIN:Fungi
Hypholoma elongatum (Pers.) Ricken
822230[1300571]P.R. Leacock   5661988-07-28
USA, Minnesota, Washington, Larch bog 2 miles North of Scandia

MIN:Fungi
822250[1300572]P.R. Leacock   6571988-09-29
USA, Minnesota, Washington, Corrie's Swamp. T032N R21W S35 SW of NE

MIN:Fungi
838810[1300573]P.R. Leacock   21591994-09-03
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Scenic State Forest ; T01N R25W S32 NW of NE. Old Growth Forest Project.

MIN:Fungi
838820[1300574]P.R. Leacock   21701994-09-04
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Scenic State Park; T061N R25W S32 NW of NE ; Transect 12, in circle at 35m, Transect 15, near circle at 70m.

MIN:Fungi
838846[1300575]Leacock, P.R.   22121994-09-06
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Scenic State Park T061N R25w S29 SE &SW; Transect 8, near circles at 40, 45m. Old Growth Forest Project.

MIN:Fungi
Cortinarius mucosus (Bull.) J. Kickx f.
838862[1300576]P.R. Leacock   22601994-09-08
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Scenic State Park. T061N R25W S32 SW of NE; Transect 1, near circle at 10m. Old Growth Forest Project.

MIN:Fungi
838886[1300577]P.R. Leacock   23561994-09-24
USA, Minnesota, Itasca, Scenic State Park. T061N R25W S32 NW of NE. Old growth Forest Project.

MIN:Fungi
887046[]Peter Avis   2432002-07-11
USA, Minnesota, Anoka, Cedar Creek Natural history Area


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