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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Dermatella hamamelidis Ellis & Everh.
WSP1826J. Dearness   1904-08-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
Dermatella hamamelidis Ellis & Everh.
WSP23823E. J. Durand   1901-10-20
United States, New York, Tompkins, Ithaca, 42.44056 -76.49694

WSP
Dermatella frangulae (Fr.) P. Karst.
WSP31377J. A. Nannfeldt   1929-07-25
Sweden, Smaland, Femsjo parish, Hallanas, 62.286158 15.743109

WSP
Dermatella frangulae (Fr.) P. Karst.
WSP39728H. E. Parks   1934-08-00
United States, California, Humboldt, Spruce Cove, Trinidad, 41.05944 -124.14194

WSP
Dermatella P. Karst.
WSP52278D. R. Miller; H. H. Bynum   1961-06-07
United States, California, Humboldt, 40.705009 -123.915819, 1219m

WSP
Dermatella deformata (Peck) Seaver
WSP57504A. A. Loman   1965-09-06
Canada, Alberta, north bank Wasootch Creek, 0.5 mile east trunk road, 59.866667 -132.5


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