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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Funalia stuppea (Berk.) Murrill
WSP2620E. Bartholomew   1913-10-24
United States, Arkansas, Sebastian, Fort Smith, 35.38583 -94.39833

WSP
Funalia stuppea (Berk.) Murrill
WSP2621E. Bartholomew   1913-09-17
United States, Montana, Billings, 45.78333 -108.5

WSP
Funalia hispida
WSP60654W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1970-10-24
United States, Ohio, Greene, Antioch School Forest, Glen Helen, 39.76611 -83.27167

WSP
Funalia hispida
WSP60656W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1971-10-23
United States, Ohio, Madison, 3.5 miles northeast of London, 39.922252 -83.401581

WSP
Funalia trogii (Berk.) Bondartsev & Singer
WSP63036W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1978-09-16
United States, Michigan, Baraga, Ford Forestry Center, Alberta, 46.64361 -88.47944


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