Dataset: WSP
Taxa: Cercosporella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP911R.A. Harper   1894-07-00
United States, Illinois, Rock Island, Port Byron, 41.60639 -90.33528

WSP
WSP912B.D. Halsted   1892-09-02
United States, New Jersey, New Brunswick, 40.48611 -74.45222

WSP
WSP913A.D. Selby   1892-09-23
United States, New Jersey, Middlebush, 40.4975 -74.52972

WSP
WSP914J. Dearness   1909-09-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
WSP915Robert M. Horner   1899-07-17
United States, Washington, Columbia, Blue Mountains, 46.297498 -117.907842

WSP
WSP916L.E. Harris   1937-08-28
United States, Oregon, Wasco, Dufur, 45.45333 -121.12944

WSP
WSP917County Agent   1930-07-00
United States, Idaho, Coeur d'Alene, 47.67778 -116.77944

WSP
WSP918R. Sprague   1931-00-00
United States, Washington, Klickitat, High Prairie, 45.775 -121.13639

WSP
WSP919R. Pendleton   1921-08-24
United States, Oregon, Mosier, 45.68361 -121.39611

WSP
WSP920R. Sprague   1931-07-18
United States, Washington, Klickitat, High Prairie, 45.775 -121.13639

WSP
WSP921R. Sprague   1931-07-18
United States, Washington, Klickitat, High Prairie, 45.775 -121.13639

WSP
WSP922R. Sprague   1934-06-09
United States, Idaho, Nez Perce, east of Craigmont, 46.24139 -116.46611

WSP
WSP923R. Sprague   1935-02-20
United States, Oregon, Benton, Alsea Mountains, 44.38167 -123.59528

WSP
WSP924R. Sprague   1935-02-20
United States, Oregon, Benton, Alsea Valley near Five Rivers, 44.35861 -123.82583

WSP
WSP925R. Sprague   1935-02-26
United States, Washington, 3 miles east of Bingen, 45.714983 -121.401118

WSP
WSP926R. Sprague   1939-03-07
United States, Oregon, Douglas, near Comstock, 43.73944 -123.18528

WSP
WSP927E. Bartholomew; Bethel   1910-08-11
United States, Colorado, Jefferson, Morrison, 39.65361 -105.19056

WSP
Cercosporella nivea Ellis & Barthol.
WSP928J.M. Bates   1907-07-22
United States, Nebraska, Loup City, 41.27556 -98.96639

WSP
Cercosporella nivea Ellis & Barthol.
WSP929E. Bartholomew   1895-07-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, 39.35023 -99.325054

WSP
Cercosporella nivea Ellis & Barthol.
WSP930J.M. Bates   1908-09-06
United States, Nebraska, Kennedy, 42.54722 -100.81639

WSP
Cercosporella nivosa Ellis & Everh.
WSP931R. M. Horner   1900-05-00
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Waitsburg, 46.27056 -118.15222

WSP
Cercosporella nivosa Ellis & Everh.
WSP932Robt. M. Horner   1900-05-25
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Waitsburg, 46.27056 -118.15222

WSP
WSP933J.J. Davis   1915-08-04
United States, Wisconsin, Bridgeport, 43.00917 -91.05778

WSP
WSP934B. C. Tharp   1915-10-15
United States, Texas, Jacksonville, 31.96361 -95.27028


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Google Map

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