Dataset: OSU-F
Taxa: Biatorellaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Strangospora microhaema (Norman) R.A. Anderson
153669M. Advaita   M. K. Advaita 85342010-03-30
United States, South Dakota, Codington, ca 3 mi S, 3 mi W of Watertown, Pelican Lake State Recreation Area, 44.8555 -97.1965, 430m

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella resinae
147195Francisco Camacho   ANK14971996-02-27
United States, Oregon, Benton, McDonald Forest, Rd 6020 just west of intersection w/ Rd 6021

OSU-OSC:F
Piccolia conspersa (Fée) Hafellner
110408Frederick Imshaug; Henry Imshaug   Imshaug 316941963-09-29
Trinidad and Tobago, Summit of Main Ridge near Parlatuvier, Tobago, 488 - 518m

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella resinae
30596William Denison   1971-05-01
United States, California, Panther Flat

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella resinak
31172Lawrence Pike   Pike 22041971-12-01
United States, California, Mendocino, 1/2 mi. from Little Lake Road on Road #409 5 mi. E. of Mendocino in Jackson State Forest.

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella campestris (Fr.) Th. Fr.
33177J. Brenckle   2012-10-01
United States, North Dakota, none listed

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fr.
33848Lawrence Pike   
United States, Oregon, Lake, MP 34, 5 mi. S of Horse Range on Hwy 31., 427m

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella resinae
34009Lawrence Pike   Pike 31311972-10-29
United States, Oregon, Tillamook, Near Camp Meriwether 12 mi. SW of Tillamook., 45.32 -123.94, 61m

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella resinae
40018William Denison   1979-03-21
United States, Oregon, Tillamook County, Sand Lake

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fr.
53520Lawrence Pike   Pike 1262A1970-03-07
United States, Oregon, Lake, MP34, 5 miles south of Horse Range on Highway 31., 1400m

OSU-OSC:F
Biatorella moriformis (Ach.) Th. Fr.
53521Lawrence Pike   Pike 11461969-11-27
United States, Oregon, Linn, Cogswell-Foster Natural Area, 3miles south of Halsey on Powerline Rd., 85m


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