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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Cerrenella unicolor
WSP37811W.B. Cooke; C.G. Shaw   1953-09-04
United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, Devil's Lake State Park, 42.93 -87.92417

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP43105R.F. Cain   1954-09-05
United States, Florida, Alachua, Buzzards Roost, west of Gainesville, 29.65139 -82.325

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP57901W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1966-10-22
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Red Bird Hollow, Indian Hill, 39.16 -84.37694

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP57902W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1966-11-20
United States, Ohio, Warren, Fort Ancient State Memorial, 39.40778 -84.09028

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP57903W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1964-11-24
United States, Ohio, Clermont, behind 444 Hanna Ave, Loveland, 39.26889 -84.26389

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP57953W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1965-10-10
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Williams Woods, Hopper Road, Anderson Township, 41.38889 -82.52917

WSP
Cerrenella farinaces
WSP59490W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1971-12-11
United States, Ohio, Highland, Fort Hill State Memorial, 39.11306 -83.40639

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP59557W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1968-09-02
United States, Ohio, Delaware, Camp Lazarus boy scout reserve, 40.23278 -83.05

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP59560W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1970-03-11
United States, Ohio, Warren, woods opposite Bunnell Road, 1 mile north of Mason, 39.374496 -84.31

WSP
Cerrenella farinacea (Fr.) Murrill
WSP60651W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1965-10-09
United States, Ohio, Warren, Fort Ancient State Memorial, 39.40778 -84.09028


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