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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Cymadothea trifolii (Pers.) F.A. Wolf
WSP23733E. D. Carpenter   1950-07-11
United States, Washington, Davenport, 47.65417 -118.14889

WSP
Cymadothea trifolii (Pers.) F.A. Wolf
WSP32645J. D. Menzies   1942-08-21
United States, Washington, Benton, Irrigation Branch Station, Prosser, 46.20694 -119.76778

WSP
Cymadothea trifolii (Pers.) F.A. Wolf
WSP39436W. C. Muenscher   1937-07-28
United States, Washington, Whatcom, mouth of Nooksack River, Marietta, 48.775 -122.59778

WSP
Cymadothea trifolii (Pers.) F.A. Wolf
WSP52380M. A. Barber   1899-08-08
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island, 49.666667 -125.833333


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Google Map

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