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Specimen Record

ContinentAsia
CountryChina
County/ParishBeijing
LocalityTanzhesi
Institution CodeCup
Catalog NumberCup-ch-002294
Collected ByZheng, Zhao And Korf
Date Collected1981-09-13

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The Cornell Plant Pathology Herbarium (CUP) is a large research collection of preserved fungi and other organisms that cause plant diseases. CUP is the fourth largest mycological herbarium in North America. We hold about 400,000 fungus and plant disease specimens, including over 7000 type specimens. Geographic strengths are northeastern North America but we also hold important collections from the tropics including the Caribbean, Mexico, South America, Southeast Asia and Macaronesia. Our collections include many rare fungal exsiccati as well as many authors' herbaria (Atkinson, Durand, Fairman, Gremmen, Honey, Korf, Stewart, Welch). The CUP Photograph Collection supplements our specimens and comprises roughly 60,000 historical scientific photographs of mushrooms, agricultural practices, plant diseases, and portraits.

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Specimen
Catalog NumberCUP-CH-002294
Institution CodeCUP
Occurrence ID880040
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByZheng, Zhao and Korf
Date Collected1981-09-13
Verbatim Date Collected9/13/81
Year1981
Month9
Day13
Start Day of Year256
Locality
CountryChina
CountyBeijing
Continentasia
LocalityTanzhesi
HabitatQuercus sp., living trunk
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