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

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Diversispora epigaea (B.A. Daniels & Trappe) C. Walker & A. Schüßler
39475aBarbara Daniels   Trappe 51741977-12-13
United States, Oregon, Benton, Oregon State University S.E.A. Ornamentals greenhouse.

OSU-OSC:F
Otospora Bareae Palenz., N. Ferrol & Oehl
137025E.J. Palentuela   2006-10-05
Spain, Sierra de Baja National Parc, Granada-Andalucie

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus microcarpa
28723   
Mexico, Puebla, Camino Paso de Cortez-Tlamacas, 1700m

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus macrocarpus var. geosporus
29419Jim Trappe   Trappe 22331966-10-20
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Scotland

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus macrocarpus var. geosporus
34814Jim Trappe   1974-06-08
United States, Washington, Kittitas, none listed

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus occultus
40398Walker   1401979-07-25
United States, Iowa, Marshall County, Iowa State University, Rhodes Farm

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus occultus
40399Walker   1041979-04-12
United States, Oregon, Benton County, Oregon State University, Ornamental Plants Research Greenhouse

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus pustulatum Koske, Friese, C. Walker & Dalpé
46721C Friese   331983-01-11
United States, Rhode Island, Washington County, Moonstone Beach

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus occultus
47217Walker   2621980-07-25
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, England, West Yorkshire, Whitwood Main Colliery, Castleford

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus occultus
47218Ruissen   K5, Walker #2661980-07-17
Kingdom of the Netherlands, Oosterlijk Flevoland

OSU-OSC:F
Glomus convulutum
48918Jim Trappe   
United States, Washington, Okanogan, none listed, 1890m


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