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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceIowa
County/ParishDubuque
LocalityMines Of Spain State Park
Institution CodeIsc
Collected ByL.h. Tiffany
Date Collected2000-06-15

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Charles Bessey, the founder of the Ada Hayden Herbarium, added approximately 1500 fungal specimens to the herbarium's holdings. Bessey's first student was J. C. Arthur, who eventually became the leading authority on the rust fungi. His early work on fungi increased the holdings of the herbarium. L. H. Pammel and his students, including George W. Carver, continued to build the mycological collection. Pammel himself added approximately 7,500 specimens. In 1916, Irving E. Melhus was hired as Iowa State's first plant pathologist. Two years later, Joseph C. Gilman joined Melhus as a mycologist and plant pathologist. Subsequent studies of plant diseases, continued through the work of Lois H. Tiffany, who added numerous specimens from Iowa State parks and preserves. Dr. Tiffany is also responsible for the placement here of the prestigious University of Iowa Mycological Herbarium when it was decided that the collection could no longer be housed at Iowa City. This collection contains the specimens of George Martin, Thomas H. Macbride, and A. P. Morgan, and is rich in type specimens. Currently the mycological collection contains an estimated 25,000 packeted and boxed specimens and numerous bound exsiccatae.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameDrepanopeziza ribis
KingdomFungi
PhylumAscomycota
ClassLeotiomycetes
OrderHelotiales
FamilyDermateaceae
GenusDrepanopeziza
Specific Epithetribis
Scientific Name Authors(Kleb.) Höhn.
Specimen
Identified ByL.H. Tiffany
Other Catalog Numbers13242
Institution CodeISC
Occurrence ID625360
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Associated TaxaRibes missouriense Nutt. ex T. & G.
Collection Event
Collected ByL.H. Tiffany
Date Collected2000-06-15
Year2000
Month6
Day15
Start Day of Year167
Collection RemarksRibes missouriense Nutt.: T. & G.; Form=Anamorph; Tiffany field notebook
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceIowa
CountyDubuque
Continentnorth america
LocalityMines of Spain State Park
HabitatWoodland
Other
Modified2014-01-21 00:41:36
symbiota:verbatimScientificNameDrepanopeziza ribis
dwc:rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
dcterms:referenceshttp://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=625360
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