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

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC

Coccodiella polymorpha (Lyon ex F. Stevens) I. Hino & Katum.
110092O. Degener   Degener 99041929-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii T. H.

Catacauma huberi (Henn.) Theiss. & Syd.
12004   1923-08-30
Unknown, Unknown, Democracia, Rio Madeira, Amazones

Catacauma weirii Chardón
12005J.R. Weir   Ex. 611261923-09-28
Bolivia, Rio Beni, Riberalta

Phyllachora oxalina Ellis & Everh.
34926A Commons   1787 E.NAF.1886-08-00
United States, Delaware, New Castle County, Faulkland

Phyllachora diplocarpa (Ellis & Everh.) Ellis & Everh.
34927E. Bartholomew   3439 E.NAF.1895-09-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, Rooks County

Phyllachora asterigena Ellis & Everh.
34936E. Bartholomew   3035n E.NAF.1893-08-00
United States, Maine, Rockport

Leptostromella scirpina Peck
53808S. Bates   1906-05-07
United States, Nebraska, Nuckolls County, Superior

Coccostroma Theiss. & Syd.
93665G. Carroll   1964-09-05
Unknown, km 53, S from San Jose. Interamerican Highway.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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