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

Page 5, records 401-407 of 407

Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Heterosporium gracile (Wallr.) Sacc.
WSP43021R.F. Cain   1953-08-18
Canada, Ontario, York, Nashville, 51.166667 -100.283333

WSP
Heterosporium gracile (Wallr.) Sacc.
WSP46367Anne Sprague Gesudreau   1959-06-03
United States, Idaho, 4 miles north of Blanchard, 48.074834 -116.98278

WSP
Heterosporium gracile (Wallr.) Sacc.
WSP48262H.C. Greene   1959-09-01
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

WSP
Heterosporium gracile (Wallr.) Sacc.
WSP71917H.K. Goree   2007-05-16
United States, Washington, Lewis, c. 3 miles W of Chehalis, 46.65 -122.95

WSP
Heterosporium iridis (Fautrey & Roum.) J.E. Jacques
WSP23644W.B. Cooke   1949-03-15
United States, Washington, Whitman, Washington State College campus, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
WSP33262Dana   1916-07-06
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
WSP38101Unknown   1899-10-07
United States, Washington, Whitman, Wawawai, 46.6333 -117.3667

WSP
WSP49332Field Mycology Class   1959-06-23
United States, Idaho, Latah, 3 miles northeast of Moscow, 46.763201 -116.954364

WSP
WSP49333V. Damsteegt   1959-09-28
United States, Washington, Whitman, 5 miles north of Garfield, 47.080441 -117.14

WSP
WSP57689S.C.J.   1967-07-28
United States, Montana, Lincoln, about 2 miles south of Dickey Lake, 48.682726 -114.81333

WSP
WSP18013A. Ludwig   1927-08-00
Germany, Hamburg: Wernerwald bei Cuxhaven, 53.575323 10.01534

WSP
WSP46160Mary Willis Sprague   1958-02-25
United States, Washington, East Wenatchee, 47.41583 -120.29194

WSP
WSP13540Locke; Rich, Nyland   1947-07-10
United States, Washington, Orting, 47.09806 -122.20306

WSP
WSP15015R. Sprague   1947-10-12
United States, Washington, Whitman, Union Flats, 45.70806 -122.55056

WSP
WSP15016Chas. Parker   1920-07-20
United States, Washington, Okanogan, Bonaparte Lake, 48.79333 -119.06

WSP
WSP20024R. Sprague; Jack P. Meiners   1948-08-09
United States, Colorado, Larimer, near Laramie tunnel on (upper) Laramie River in northern part of state, 40.6667 -105.8333

WSP
WSP20788R. Sprague; G.W. Fischer   1950-08-08
United States, Wyoming, North Fork of the Laramie River, Medicine Bow National Forest, 41.25028 -106.25028, 2530m

WSP
WSP21080R. Sprague   1949-08-21
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Beaver Creek Camp, Priest Lake, 48.02139 -116.61806

WSP
WSP21735R. Sprague; J.P. Meiners, G.W. Fischer   1948-08-06
United States, Colorado, near Cedaredge, 38.90167 -107.92583

WSP
WSP3139R. Sprague   1935-02-26
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
WSP3140R. Sprague   1939-03-15
United States, Oregon, Washington, 3 1/2 miles east of Gales Creek, 45.586663 -123.172229

WSP
WSP33611R. Sprague   1952-08-21
United States, Alaska, Reid Inlet near Russell Island, Glacier Bay National Monument, Cooper Station 26, 58.85 -136.8

WSP
WSP42700R. Sprague; G.W. Fischer   1956-08-28
United States, Montana, Sun Point, Glacier National Park, 48.63333 -113.75028

WSP
WSP46135S.M. Deitz   1957-06-26
United States, Washington, Whitman, nursery, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
WSP46467Roderick Sprague   1959-08-08
United States, Idaho, Memorial Creek, Saint Joe National Forest, 47.0667 -116.66667

WSP
WSP52411W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1959-08-15
Canada, Quebec, Bonaventure Island off Gaspe Peninsula, 48.5 -64.166667

WSP
WSP71426W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1959-08-15
Canada, Quebec, Bonaventure Island off Gaspe Peninsula, 48.5 -64.166667

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP14088C.V. Piper   1899-07-00
United States, Washington, Whitman, Kamiak Butte, 46.85 -117.15

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP3141C.V. Piper   1893-07-14
United States, Idaho, Latah, not given, 46.816168 -116.711724

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP45114C.G. Shaw; Mycology Class   1955-07-09
United States, Washington, Garfield, Welch Ridge, Umatilla National Forest, 46.25139 -117.50361

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP45794C.G. Shaw; Field Mycology Class   1953-07-26
United States, Washington, Stevens Pass, Cascade Crest Trail, Snoqualmie National Forest, 47.41667 -121.4

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP51458H. Tachibana   1961-07-15
United States, Montana, Flathead, at Colts Creek, off service road, 48.99111 -114.46556

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP52378C.G. Shaw; Field Mycology Class   1959-06-23
United States, Idaho, Latah, saddle between East and West Twin, Moscow Mountain, 46.80361 -116.86778

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP55397Larry Grand   1965-08-13
United States, Idaho, Latah, Moscow Mountain, 46.80361 -116.86778

WSP
Heterosporium trillii Ellis & Everh.
WSP71425H.C. Govindu   1955-07-09
United States, Washington, Garfield, Welch Ridge, Umatilla National Forest, 46.25139 -117.50361

WSP
WSP39041Lee Bonar   1946-06-26
United States, California, San Francisco, Pete's Farm, Colma, 37.67694 -122.45861

WSP
WSP23144J.F. Brenckle   1908-10-00
United States, North Dakota, near Kulm, 46.30111 -98.95417

WSP
Hormodendrum viride (Fresen.) Sacc.
WSP29889W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1948-05-00
United States, Idaho, Latah, east facing slope, one mile north of State Route 8 along Dry Creek, 46.71444 -116.66389, 914m

WSP
Hormodendrum viride (Fresen.) Sacc.
WSP29890W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1948-05-00
United States, Washington, Whitman, east edge of college campus, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861, 762m

WSP
Hormodendrum viride (Fresen.) Sacc.
WSP41976W.B. Cooke   1950-07-07
United States, Idaho, Latah, Moscow, 46.7325 -116.99917

WSP
Hormodendrum viride (Fresen.) Sacc.
WSP41983W.B.Cooke   1950-07-25
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
WSP25020W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1947-05-28
United States, Washington, Whitman, east edge of college campus, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861, 762m


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