Dataset: OSU-F
Search Criteria: Belize; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon succosus A.H. Sm.
111141Ray Halling   Halling 8507, NY2003-10-05
Belize, Mountain Pine Ridge, Entrance road to Five sisters Lodge, Cayo District, 17.03722222 -88.97833333, 335m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon succosus var. mexicanus
111142Ray Halling   Halling 85232003-10-05
Belize, Moutain Pine ridge, Cayo District, 5 sisters Lodge, nature trail., 17.03722222 -88.97833333

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus segmentatus Trappe, Spooner & Ivory
39750M Ivory   1976-10-25
Belize, Silver Creek F.S.

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48670Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98111976-11-07
Belize, Belize, Melinda F.S., 10m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48672Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 97981976-06-22
Belize, Belize, Silver Creek S. F., 20m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48677Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98041976-10-27
Belize, Belize, Augustine F.S., 500m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48678Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98051976-11-04
Belize, Belize, Augustine F.S., 500m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48681Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98081976-11-01
Belize, Belize, Melinda F.S., 10m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48682Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98091976-11-02
Belize, belize, Melinda F. S., 10m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48683Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 98101976-11-07
Belize, belize, Melinda F. S., 10m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48684Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 97961976-10-01
Belize, Belize, Melinda S.F., 10m

OSU-OSC:F
Rhizopogon nigrescens Coker & Couch
48685Jim Trappe; Michael Ivory   Trappe 97971976-10-01
Belize, Belize, Melinda S.F., 10m


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