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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP1972Unknown   1893-10-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
WSP22704H. Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
WSP22705Roberge   1896-09-00
France, Normandie, 46.55886 2.197266

WSP
WSP44062H. C. Greene   1955-08-12
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, Arena, 43.16556 -89.91278

WSP
WSP61148J. F. Hakes   1957-10-28
United States, Maryland, Glenwood, Ellerslie Nursery (originating from Portland), 39.72056 -78.77444

WSP
WSP61301F. Johnson; M. Eglitis   1967-03-28
United States, Washington, Pacific, Dr. Harold Clarke Nursery, Long Beach, 46.71639 -122.95306

WSP
WSP61304M. Eglitis   1952-05-15
United States, Washington, Arboretum, University of Washington, Seattle, 47.65639 -122.30528

WSP
WSP61305C. Doughty   1955-08-11
United States, Washington, Pacific, Long Beach, Cranberry-Blueberry Experiment Station, 46.3525 -124.05306

WSP
WSP61306F. Johnson; M. Eglitis   1954-12-03
United States, Washington, Hanna cranberry bog, Grayland, 46.81028 -124.09194

WSP
WSP61307F. Johnson; M. Eglitis   1954-12-03
United States, Washington, across from Haley bog, Grayland, 46.81028 -124.09194

WSP
WSP61308F. Johnson; M. Eglitis   1954-02-03
United States, Washington, Carl Brateng bog, Long Beach, 46.3525 -124.05306

WSP
WSP61309Ch. Gould   1963-05-15
United States, Oregon, Lane, Siltcoos, 43.88917 -124.0625

WSP
WSP61310M. Eglitis   1962-11-07
United States, Washington, Mason, Highway 14A near Spencer Lake, Allyn, 47.26556 -122.9575


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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