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

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta Speg.
138627Jane Caudill   1990-08-18
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Carson National Forest, Policarpio Creek

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta vitellina (Bres.) Korf & J.K. Rogers
118994C. Close   11051CC032001-11-05
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Deschutes National Forest, 43.46 -121.98, 1494m

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta vitellina (Bres.) Korf & J.K. Rogers
118995T. Skurski   110501-TS032001-11-05
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Deschutes National Forest, 43.46 -121.98, 1494m

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta vitellina (Bres.) Korf & J.K. Rogers
119563Karla Shaw   1KS1106022002-11-06
United States, Washington, Skamania, Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Mt. Adams Ranger District, 66 Rd from Ranger station travel east for 1 mile to White River Hwy. On White River Hwy go north to 6517. On 6517 go north to 65 Rd, on 65 road go west on 60 Rd, on 60 Rd go north to the 66 RD. On the 66 Rd travel east for 7.7 miles to SRP tree. SRP tree is on south side of road. From SRP go 1844 feet at 247 degrees to Reference point., 853m

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta irregularis (Peck) Korf & J.K. Rogers
108844A. Davis   ODELL67791999-09-13
United States, Washington, Skagit, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Easy Pass, 48.59 -120.8, 1088m

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta Speg.
138528Hugues Massicotte   1990-10-28
United States, Oregon, Jackson, N. side of OR 62, 1.5m W od Crater Lake National Park. Rogue River National Forest, north side of OR 62

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta vitellina (Bres.) Korf & J.K. Rogers
119158Cole   2001-10-30
United States, Oregon, Douglas, Umpqua National Forest, 43.32 -122.09, 1372m

OSU-OSC:F
Neolecta irregularis (Peck) Korf & J.K. Rogers
67055T. O'Dell   1998-10-17
United States, Washington, Chelan, Indian Creek Trail #1502 within 0.25 mi of trailhead, White River Rd., 47.97 -120.94


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