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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Apiospora parallela (P. Karst.) Sacc.
WSP18382H. Sydow   1918-08-00
Germany, Bradenburg: Rangsdorf bei Zossen, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP
Apiospora montoynis
WSP30951F. Petrak   1939-07-00
Germany, Eichberg, 51.110982 10.4375

WSP
WSP32382C.L. Shear   1934-05-13
United States, North Carolina, Yadkin River, west of Winston-Salem, 36.09972 -80.24444

WSP
WSP333E. Bartholomew   1914-12-04
United States, Michigan, Hinds, Jackson, 42.24583 -84.40139

WSP
Apiospora Sacc.
WSP33578R. Sprague   1952-08-23
United States, Alaska, Strawbery Island, Glacier Bay National Monument, 58.75 -136.5

WSP
Apiospora Sacc.
WSP52316C.L. Lefebvre   1948-09-02
United States, Alaska, Kotzebue, 66.89833 -162.59667

WSP
WSP73137Gilles   1993-10-09
France, Landes, Tartas, 43.83257 -0.807314


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