E. T. Harper & S. A. Harper

  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Label image for C0241340F
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  • Daldinia childiae (Photo: Raphael Stern)
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    Description: Daldinia childiae (Photo: Raphael Stern)
Current Determination: Daldinia childiae Y. M. Ju & J. D. Rogers
Family: Xylariaceae
Det. by: M. Stadler : Fuhlrott Museum & Forschungsinstitut - Naturkundemuseum fur das Rheinland, Dec 2005
Identification notes: Rev. by Marc Stadler,. Wuppertal, Dec. 2005: Daldinia childiae Y.-M. Ju & J. D. RogersHPLC: Contains daldinal A as major component; Ascospores 12-16 x 6-7.5 ┬Ám
Location: United States of America: Michigan
Locality: Sailors Encampment
Coordinates: 46.2767 -84.1577

Collector(s): E. T. Harper & S. A. Harper
Collection Date: 31 August 1898
Catalog Subset: Fungi
EMu IRN: 4276624
OccurenceID: c18d8f71-1ecd-4fb5-8dce-3dde11b410c3

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