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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Fenestella lycii (Duby) Sacc.
WSP18427F. Petrak   1940-06-00
Austria, Niederdonau: Bisamberg bei Wien., 48.333333 15.75

WSP
Fenestella fenestrata (Berk. & Broome) J. Schröt.
WSP19196J. Smarods   1943-04-00
Latvia, Distr. Riga: Katlakkalns, 56.9489 24.1064

WSP
WSP22071H. Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
Fenestella vestita (Fr.) Sacc.
WSP22072H. Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
Fenestella princeps Tul. & C. Tul.
WSP23587J.F. Brenkle   1929-03-00
United States, South Dakota, Spink, Northville, 45.15556 -98.57889

WSP
Fenestella vestita (Fr.) Sacc.
WSP31485F. Petrak   1938-09-00
Germany, Mahr.-Weisskirchen, 51.746494 11.653202

WSP
Fenestella ulmicola Ellis & Everh.
WSP48602O. Soares   1959-05-17
Brazil, Paulista - Pern., -7.938679 -34.852247

WSP
WSP57438D. Hudson   1967-07-12
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Nez Perce National Forest, 2 miles west of junction of Papoose Creek and Squaw Creek Roads on Papoose Creek, 45.4274 -116.36

WSP
Fenestella princeps Tul. & C. Tul.
WSP68158W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1970-06-26
United States, Alaska, near a beaver pond along Denali Highway, east of Winder Lake, Mount McKinley National Forest, 66.5 -146.91667

WSP
Fenestella princeps Tul. & C. Tul.
WSP68170W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1970-06-26
United States, Alaska, near a beaver pond along Denali Highway, east of Wonder Lake, Mount McKinley National Park, 63.47417 -150.87583

WSP
Fenestella fenestrata (Berk. & Broome) J. Schröt.
WSP69549H. K. Goree   1988-11-08
United States, Washington, Lewis, west of Mill Creek, 1 1/4 miles north of Salkum, 46.590129 -122.62472


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