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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Irpiciporus mollis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Murrill
WSP15027E. Bartholomew   1914-11-25
United States, Florida, Pensacola, 30.4211 -87.2169

WSP
Irpiciporus lacteus (Fr.) Murrill
WSP3250E. Bartholomew   1908-10-06
United States, Arkansas, Independence, Batesville, 35.7697 -91.6408

WSP
Irpiciporus tulipiferae (Schwein.) Murrill
WSP3251E. Bartholomew   1906-11-01
United States, Kansas, Rooks, Stockton, 39.4381 -99.2647

WSP
Irpiciporus tulipiferae (Schwein.) Murrill
WSP43471W. B. Cooke   1955-09-02
United States, Michigan, Kalamazoo, Trailer Camp woods, Kellogg Gull Lake Biological Station, 42.3667 -85.4833

WSP
Irpiciporus mollis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Murrill
WSP59333W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1968-10-19
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Timberlakes area, Miami-whitewater Forest Park, 39.29028 -84.50417


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