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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Lasiosphaeria stuppea Ellis & Everh.
WSP20308W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1946-07-31
United States, California, Siskiyou, Horse Camp, Mount Shasta, 41.31 -122.30944, 1524m

WSP
Lasiosphaeria spermoides (Hoffm.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP22234Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
WSP27526Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1885-08-09
United States, Washington, Yakima, Mount Adams, 46.2 -121.4833

WSP
Lasiosphaeria stuppea Ellis & Everh.
WSP27527Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1883-09-16
United States, Washington, Yakima, Mount Adams, 46.2 -121.4833

WSP
Lasiosphaeria ovina (Pers.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP32360C.L. Shear   1924-10-07
United States, Virginia, Barcroft, 38.85583 -77.10417

WSP
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
WSP3320E. Bethel   1902-07-00
United States, Colorado, Routt, Steamboat Springs, 40.485 -106.83111

WSP
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
WSP3321C.F. Baker   1902-07-22
United States, Nevada, Ormsby (now Carson City), Clear Creek Canon, 39.09639 -119.73139, 2000 - 2615m

WSP
Lasiosphaeria coulteri (Peck) Ellis & Everh.
WSP3322Dr. H.W. Harkness   
United States, California, Sierra Nevada Mountains, 37.69167 -119.30833

WSP
Lasiosphaeria hirsuta (Fr.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP3323J. Dearness   1892-11-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
Lasiosphaeria viridicoma (Cooke & Peck) Sacc.
WSP3324C.V. Piper   1899-10-00
United States, Massachusetts, Chestnut Hills, 42.62222 -71.55139

WSP
Lasiosphaeria hirsuta (Fr.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP43286R.F. Cain   1953-09-12
Canada, Ontario, York, Nashville, 51.166667 -100.283333

WSP
WSP53641A.W. Slipp   
United States, Idaho, Station 26, 45.012051 -115.202148

WSP
Lasiosphaeria ovina (Pers.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP56884R.F. Cain   1955-10-29
Canada, Ontario, York, Nashville, 51.166667 -100.283333

WSP
WSP56885R.F. Cain   1965-08-09
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay District, Black Sturgeon Lake area, north of Muskrat Lake, 50 -89

WSP
Lasiosphaeria spermoides (Hoffm.) Ces. & De Not.
WSP57703J.D. Rogers; S.C. Jong   1967-07-18
United States, Washington, King, Duvall, 47.7425 -121.98444

WSP
Lasiosphaeria hispida (Tode) Fuckel
WSP58453J.W. White   1968-09-09
United States, Washington, Whitman, at Wawawai along roadside to Steptoe Canyon at turnoff to former plots, 46.45111 -117.20528

WSP
Lasiosphaeria caudata (Fuckel) Sacc.
WSP66924W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1980-07-03
United States, Alaska, Glacier Bay National Monument, Bartlett Cove, maintenance superintendent's home area, 58.75 -136.5

WSP
Lasiosphaeria stuppea Ellis & Everh.
WSP68177W.B. Cooke; C. G. Cooke   1957-08-04
United States, Washington, Yakima Park, Mount Rainier National Park, 46.88333 -121.88333, 1829m

WSP
Lasiosphaeria strigosa (Alb. & Schwein.) Sacc.
WSP70083Ch. Scheuer   1994-07-21
Austria, Steiermark, Salzatal, N-Ufer der Salza bei der Bruecke zum Prolesgraben, ca. 6 km SW von Gusswerk, 47.7 15.23333333, 710m

WSP
Lasiosphaeria strigosa (Alb. & Schwein.) Sacc.
WSP70087Ch. Scheuer   1991-07-02
Austria, Steiermark, Tuernitzer Alpen, 2 km E from Mariazell, Gem. Halltal, Seitental "Rechengraben", beim Morzin-Denkmal, 47.8 15.35, 800m

WSP
Lasiosphaeria Ces. & De Not.
WSP72123H.K. Goree   2010-10-06
United States, Washington, Lewis, Chehalis, Stan Hedwal Park, 46.65 -122.95

WSP
Lasiosphaeria canescens (Pers.) P. Karst.
WSP73073J.F. Magui   99781999-05-30
France, Occitanie, Ariège, Rimont 09, 42.995059 1.281905

WSP
Lasiosphaeria Ces. & De Not.
WSP75011Jack D. Rogers   1990-08-00
France, Forêt de Benon, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, 46.2078 -0.774336


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