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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP14876F.D. Heald; R.Sprague   1925-05-23
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Walla Walla, 46.06472 -118.34194

WSP
WSP1931George L. Zundel   1930-08-29
United States, Pennsylvania, Fayette, Uniontown, 39.9 -79.7167

WSP
WSP1942R. Sprague   1924-08-10
United States, Washington, Whitman, Holland, 46.72556 -117.12278

WSP
WSP1943Cago (?)   1923-09-28
United States, Washington, Whitman, Rogers Field, Washington State University, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
WSP1945F.D. Heald   1921-06-21
United States, Washington, Pierce, Puyallup, 47.18556 -122.29167

WSP
WSP1946Hall   1916-09-18
United States, Idaho, Bear Lake, Thomas Fork, 42.21333 -111.06917

WSP
WSP1947R. Sprague   1924-07-04
United States, Washington, Whitman, 1 mile east of college (Pullman), 46.731108 -117.136099

WSP
WSP32240F.D. Heald; Cohen, Boothrayd   1941-07-31
United States, Washington, Asotin, Clarkston, 46.41639 -117.04417

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP33508R. Sprague   1952-08-18
United States, Alaska, beach at Muirs Cabin, Glacier Bay National Monument, 58.75 -136.5

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP37080R. Sprague   1952-08-11
United States, Alaska, Muir Island, Glacier Bay National Monument, 58.75 -136.5

WSP
WSP38784C.L. Hitchcock; C.V. Muhlick   1946-06-22
United States, Oregon, Umatilla, 2 miles south of Gangloff State Park, Blue Mountains, 45.839652 -118.40167

WSP
WSP38809A.A. Beetle   1936-09-00
United States, New Hampshire, Hanover region, 43.70222 -72.29

WSP
WSP38821Wm.C. Cusick   1914-05-16
United States, Oregon, not given, 43.835172 -120.651367

WSP
WSP38826Mary Hafercamp   1948-06-19
United States, Washington, Whitman, Kamiak Butte, 46.8625 -117.16583

WSP
WSP38842A. Nelson; J.F. Macbride   1911-07-15
United States, Idaho, Elmore, King Hill, 43.00417 -115.20306

WSP
WSP38843Aven Nelson; J.F. Macbride   1911-07-15
United States, Idaho, Elmore, King Hill, 43.00417 -115.20306

WSP
WSP38915Aven Nelson; J.F. Macbride   1911-07-14
United States, Idaho, Canyon, Nampa, 43.54083 -116.5625

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP45746J.Enrique Rivera; Field Mycology Class   1957-07-23
United States, Montana, Many Glaciers, Glacier National Park, 48.63333 -113.75028

WSP
WSP45747J.E. Rivera; Field Mycology Class   1957-06-29
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, Wood Camp Springs, Hat Point Road, 45.43833 -116.66

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP49268C.G. Shaw; Field Mycology Class   1959-07-29
United States, Washington, Skamania, Takhlakh Lake, 46.27833 -121.595

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP49269V. Damsteegt   1959-07-28
United States, Washington, Lewis, River Bar Forest Camp, 4 miles north of Packwood, 46.664579 -121.66944

WSP
WSP49270M.J. Silbernagel   1959-06-27
United States, Idaho, Nez Perce, spring, Lewiston Grade, 46.41667 -117.01667

WSP
WSP49606Field Mycology Class   1959-06-23
United States, Idaho, Latah, 1 mile northeast of Moscow, road to Moscow Mountains, 46.742736 -116.984235

WSP
WSP51648Y.A.C. Doo   1963-07-08
United States, Washington, Whitman, 4 miles north of Palouse, 46.968186 -117.07472

WSP
WSP54922H.C. Greene   1964-08-27
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, near Pine Bluff, 43.06083 -89.65556

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP55341E.H. Lloyd Jr.   1965-08-05
United States, Idaho, Bonner, not given, 48.300025 -116.601061

WSP
Diplocarpon earliana (Ellis & Everh.) F.A. Wolf
WSP57829F.A. Young   1967-07-25
Canada, Alberta, Coleman-Kananaskis Trunk Road, Victory Creek, 46.683333 -64.183333


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