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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Hypholoma sublateritum
WSP22629H. Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestricherwald. bie Oestrich (Nasau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
WSP23933C.F. Baker   1901-12-16
United States, California, San Mateo, near summit of Coast Range, 35.12778 -118.41306

WSP
Hypholoma sublateritum
WSP23934L. M. Underwood   1888-10-00
United States, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, 43.04806 -76.14778

WSP
Hypholoma sublateritium (Schaeff.) Quél.
WSP31541J. Eriksson; R. Morander   
Sweden, Narke: St. Mellosa parish, 62.286158 15.743109

WSP
WSP3182J. Dearness   1931-06-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
WSP3183E. Bartholomew   1898-06-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, 39.35023 -99.325054

WSP
Hypholoma incertum (Peck) Sacc.
WSP3184E. Bartholoemw   1915-05-31
United States, Kansas, Rooks, Stockton, 39.43806 -99.26472

WSP
WSP41126O. V. Holtzmann   1953-07-27
United States, Washington, Snohomish, San Juan Forest, Snoqualmie National Forest, 47.41667 -121.4

WSP
Hypholoma incertum (Peck) Sacc.
WSP44262Norton; Tylutki; Govindu   1956-05-06
United States, Idaho, Latah, Viola Creek, Moscow Mountains, 46.80361 -116.86778

WSP
Hypholoma (Fr.) P. Kumm.
WSP51632Y. A. C. Doo   1963-07-18
United States, Montana, Campground, Glacier National Park, 48.63333 -113.75028

WSP
Hypholoma hydrophilum (Bull.) Quél.
WSP55412L. F. Grand   1965-06-15
United States, Idaho, Latah, Camp Grizzly Boy Scout Camp, 1 mile south of Laird Park, Saint Joe National Forest, 46.928584 -116.64889


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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