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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Kriegeria elatina (Alb. & Schwein.) Höhn.
WSP19293J. Hruby   1923-09-00
Czech Republic, Maehren (Moravia): Bruenn, 49.5 17

WSP
WSP39054H. E. Parks   1948-03-00
United States, California, Del Norte, Darlingtonia, 41.83639 -123.94194

WSP
WSP39783Clarence R. Quick   
United States, California, Plumas, near south shore Lake Almanor, 40.25278 -121.16028

WSP
Kriegeria jacksonii (Seaver) Seaver
WSP39822H. E. Parks   1948-01-00
United States, California, Del Norte, Darlingtonia, Smith River, 41.83639 -123.94194

WSP
WSP39825H. E. Parks   1941-08-29
United States, California, Trinity, South Fork Mountain, 40.50722 -123.49611, 1615m

WSP
Kriegeria juniperina (Ellis) Seaver
WSP40836Lee Bonar   1952-08-02
United States, California, Alpine, Hermit Valley, 38.53944 -119.8875, 2134m

WSP
Kriegeria seaveri (Rehm ex Seaver) Seaver
WSP41438James A. Klein   1950-09-21
United States, Alaska, Hollis Anchorage, Prince of Wales Island, 55.4833 -132.6667

WSP
Kriegeria seaveri (Rehm ex Seaver) Seaver
WSP41439James A. Klein   1950-09-27
United States, Alaska, Hollis Anchorage, Prince of Wales Island, 55.4833 -132.6667

WSP
Kriegeria seaveri (Rehm ex Seaver) Seaver
WSP51636C. G. Shaw   1963-07-20
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Eagle's Bridge on Highway 12, 47.45639 -115.76528

WSP
Kriegeria chloromela (W. Phillips & Harkn.) Seaver
WSP58272Isabelle Tavares   1960-04-09
United States, California, Marin, 3.5 miles west of Mill Valley on Panoramic Road from Stinson Beach, 37.906093 -122.608207


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Google Map

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