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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP14955E. Bartholomew   1914-11-17
United States, Georgia, Atlanta, 33.74889 -84.38806

WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP43352W.B. Cooke   1954-09-05
United States, Florida, Alachua, Sugarfoot, MSA Foray, west of Gainesville, 29.65139 -82.325

WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP43374W.B. Cooke   1954-09-03
United States, Florida, Alachua, Magnesia Springs, MSA Foray, 29.58306 -82.14944

WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP43403W.B. Cooke   1954-09-03
United States, Florida, Alachua, Rochelle Hammock, MSA Foray, 29.59639 -82.21778

WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP64581W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1979-11-02
United States, Texas, Hardin, Big Thicket Nature Preserve, 30.39556 -94.63

WSP
Fomitella supina (Sw.) Murrill
WSP65909W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1977-08-26
United States, Florida, Alachua, University of Florida Horticultural Farm, 29.64833 -82.34944


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Google Map

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