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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP31040H. E. Parks   1941-08-29
United States, California, Trinity, South Fork Mountain, 40.50722 -123.49611, 1615m

WSP
WSP38305R. F. Cain   1946-08-29
Canada, Ontario, Spawning Bay, Lake Timagami, 46.95 -80.083333

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50512A. W. Slipp   1939-07-17
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Luby Bay South, Priest Lake, 48.35306 -116.85167, 853m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50513A. W. Slipp   1939-07-17
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Luby Bay South, Priest Lake, 48.49056 -116.9025, 853m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50635A. W. Slipp   1939-08-14
United States, Idaho, Bonner, north slope Nickelplate Mountain, above Station 10, 48.64694 -116.97111, 914m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50721A. W. Slipp   1939-11-11
United States, Idaho, Bonner, gravel pit, near East River, Priest River Experimental Forest, 48.35306 -116.85167, 701m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50732A. W. Slipp   1939-12-03
United States, Idaho, Bonner, within sight of gravel pit on road to Station 19, Priest River Experimental Forest, 48.35833 -116.79472, 701m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP50764A. W. Slipp   1940-06-12
United States, Idaho, Bonner, 10-12 chains north of junction between highway and Trail 246, 1/4 mile from Granite Creek, 44.70083 -113.36972, 884m

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP69731H. K. Goree   1988-10-25
United States, Washington, Lewis, west of Mill Creek, ca. 1 1/4 miles north of Salkum, 46.590129 -122.62472

WSP
Chloroscypha seaveri Rehm ex Seaver
WSP72145H.K. Goree   2009-07-23
United States, Washington, Pierce, Narada Falls, Mt. Rainier National Park, 46.860916 -121.705624


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