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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Agrocybe praecox (Pers.) Fayod
WSP28426Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1898-10-10
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
Agrocybe acericola (Peck) Singer
WSP28506Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1901-11-21
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen Mountain, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
Agrocybe acericola (Peck) Singer
WSP28526Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1899-09-22
United States, Washington, Yakima, Mount Adams, Wodanthal, 46.2 -121.4833

WSP
Agrocybe praecox (Pers.) Fayod
WSP30277Wm. B. Cooke   1947-06-05
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
Agrocybe praecox (Pers.) Fayod
WSP42453R. Sprague   1952-07-17
United States, Alaska, Mendendall Glacier area, Crocker Station 16, 62.69083 -152.06889

WSP
Agrocybe acericola (Peck) Singer
WSP54141Paul Miller   1964-08-23
United States, Idaho, Valley, Black Tip Mountain, 45.155 -116.07556

WSP
Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Singer
WSP54272Paul Miller   1964-08-11
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Papoose Creek, Riggins, 46.51167 -114.76083

WSP
Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Singer
WSP54448Paul Miller   1964-08-11
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Papoose Creek, Riggins, 46.51167 -114.76083

WSP
Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Singer
WSP54506Paul Miller   1964-08-24
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Heavens Gate Saddle, Riggins, 45.36889 -116.49389

WSP
Agrocybe praecox (Pers.) Fayod
WSP67420O.E. Shannon   1942-04-21
United States, California, Alameda, near Doe Library, University of California campus, Berkeley, 37.87222 -122.25833

WSP
Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Singer
WSP67452W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1980-09-29
United States, Ohio, Hocking, Ash Cave State Park, 40.05528 -82.66917


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