FRDBI: Record Details

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Peziza epixyla, on/with Ulmus, bark, 22/10/1978, England, Warwickshire (VC: 38), Whichford Wood, SP33, coll.: M.C. Clark, id: anon, herb.: K(M)50959, FRDBI Record No.: 239252, Origin of Record: RBG Kew 'herbtrack' + herb. K (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, 22/10/1978, England, Warwickshire (VC: 38), Whichford Wood, SP33, coll.: M.C. Clark, id: anon, Lit. rec., FRDBI Record No.: 97487, Origin of Record: FRDBI records (BMS forays + other records) (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, on/with Ulmus (as Ulmus ?), decayed loose bark, mixed woodland, 22/10/1978, England, Warwick (VC: 38), Whichford Wood, SP300342, coll.: M.C. Clark, id: B.M. Spooner, Notes: kew letter 30.10.1978 (WFS ref 5656) no specimen, FRDBI Record No.: 1445180, Origin of Record: Warwickshire Fungus Survey (Bill Moodie) (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, on/with Fagus sylvatica, moss covered log, 08/10/1986, England, Hertfordshire (VC: 20), Stubbings Wood, SP91, coll.: A. Outen, id: anon, herb.: K(M)50960, FRDBI Record No.: 239253, Origin of Record: RBG Kew 'herbtrack' + herb. K (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, 08/10/1988, England, Hertfordshire (VC: 20), Stubbings Wood, SP9109, coll.: anon, id: A.R. Outen, herb.: K, Notes: A rare species in the UK, FRDBI Record No.: 995150, Origin of Record: Alan Outen (miscellaneous) (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, on/with Fagus sylvatica, wood/root, woodland Fagus, 25/07/1998, England, Berkshire (VC: 22), Wytham Woods D, SP4607, coll.: W. MacEachrane, id: A.L. Warland, herb.: OSFOSF/1393, Notes: Keyed out to P.epixyla with B.Spooner's key but no description available, FRDBI Record No.: 1147865, Origin of Record: Fungus Study Group of Oxfordshire (Warland's) (full record data).

Peziza epixyla, on/with Ulmus (as Ulmus ?), bark, --/--/19XX, British Isles, coll.: anon, id: anon, Lit. rec., FRDBI Record No.: 215060, Origin of Record: FRDBI records (BMS forays + other records) (full record data).

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