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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Camptoum cuspidatum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP14701E. Bethel   1913-05-25
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Lake Eldora, 39.94861 -105.56333

WSP
Camptoum curvatum (Kunze & J.C. Schmidt) Link
WSP18079K. Starcs   1935-04-00
Latvia, Lettland; Prov. Vidzeme, Distr. Madona: Vestiena, 56.8599 26.2276

WSP
Camptoum curvatum (Kunze & J.C. Schmidt) Link
WSP19107J. Smarods   1943-04-00
Latvia, Lettland: Kr. Walk: Neu-Rosen, 56.8796 24.6032


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Google Map

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