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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Hypochnus solani Prill. & Delacr.
WSP18435P. Vogel   1928-08-00
Germany, Brandenburg: Tamsel, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP
WSP23893E. A. Burt   1901-10-03
United States, Vermont, Addison, Middlebury, 44.01528 -73.16778

WSP
Hypochnus granosus (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Bres.
WSP23894E. A. Burt   1901-10-03
United States, Vermont, Addison, Middlebury, 44.01528 -73.16778

WSP
Hypochnus epimyces (Bres.) Sacc. & D. Sacc.
WSP31542Illegible   1917-08-00
Austria, Niederoesterreich: Sonntagberg, 47.5162 14.5501

WSP
Hypochnus sambuci (Pers.) Bonord.
WSP3185E. Bartholomew   1909-07-28
United States, Washington, Kitsap, Bainbridge Island, 47.64306 -122.54111


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Google Map

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