Dataset: NCU-PC
Taxa: Saccolomataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (fossils)


NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001186   
United States, Virginia, Pulaski, Sullivan and Hall outcrop, Rte 640, Brookmont Rd, NW of Pulaski, Above Merrimack coal beds

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001187   
United States, Virginia, Pulaski, Sullivan and Hall outcrop, Rte 640, Brookmont Rd, NW of Pulaski, Above Merrimack coal beds

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001190   
United States, Virginia, Pulaski, Sullivan and Hall outcrop, Rte 640, Brookmont Rd, NW of Pulaski, Above Merrimack coal beds

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001228Dickison, William C.   1975-07-13
Russia, Collected in the Donets Basin (Donbass), U.S.S.R.

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001229Dickison, William C.   1975-07-13
Russia, Collected in the Donets Basin (Donbass), U.S.S.R.

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001230Dickison, William C.   1975-07-13
Russia, Collected in the Donets Basin (Donbass), U.S.S.R.

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001231Dickison, William C.   1975-07-13
Russia, Collected in the Donets Basin (Donbass), U.S.S.R.

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001409   
United States, Virginia, Pulaski, Hall outcrop, Rte 640, Brookmont Rd, NW of Pulaski, Above Merrimack coal beds

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001444   
United States, Illinois, Will, Westphalian D, Desmoinesean, Strip Mines, Will and Grundy Counties

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001480   
United States, Illinois, Will, Westphalian D, Desmoinesean, Strip Mines, Will and Grundy Counties

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001486   
United States, Illinois, Will, Westphalian D, Desmoinesean, Strip Mines, Will and Grundy Counties

NCU:PC
NCU-PC-001480   
United States, Illinois, Will, Westphalian D, Desmoinesean, Strip Mines, Will and Grundy Counties


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