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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP32218Grover Burnett   1934-07-14
United States, Idaho, Elk River, 46.78361 -116.17889

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP39725Clarence R. Quick   1953-08-04
United States, California, Shasta, Latour State Forest, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222

WSP
Atropellis tingens M.L. Lohman & E.K. Cash
WSP51312G.G. Hedgcock   1928-07-06
United States, North Carolina, Mount Pisgah, 35.54972 -79.87139

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP51929Chuck Willner   1963-08-07
United States, Idaho, Deception Creek Experimental Forest, Coeur d'Alene National Forest, 47.75028 -116.3

WSP
Atropellis piniphila (Weir) M.L. Lohman & E.K. Cash
WSP51930E.F. Wicker   1963-07-20
United States, Washington, Ferry, Sherman Creek, Colville National Forest, 48.88333 -118.76667

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP52208E.F. Wicker   1961-10-04
Canada, Alberta, 2 miles southwest of Banff, 51.146205 -115.599291

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP52385Keith R. Shea   1962-07-19
United States, Washington, near Enumclaw, 47.20444 -121.99028

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP54992J.W. Koenigs   1962-04-03
United States, Idaho, Latah, 3 miles east of Bovill, on East Fork of Potlatch Creek, 46.858872 -116.328988

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP55170C.G. Shaw   1965-10-25
United States, Idaho, Shoshone, Brett Creek, Coeur d'Alene National Forest, 47.75028 -116.3

WSP
Atropellis pinicola Zeller & Goodd.
WSP57575R.E. Williams   1967-07-20
United States, Idaho, Clearwater, 12 miles southeast of Bovill on Route 43, along Cameron Creek, 46.645351 -116.042329

WSP
Atropellis tingens M.L. Lohman & E.K. Cash
WSP58122LF Grand   1961-10-31
United States, North Carolina, Durham, Forest Service Research Laboratory, Research Triangle, 35.43417 -81.26028


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