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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
WSP22403Fuckel   1894-00-00
Austria, Oestrich (Nassau), 47.5162 14.5501

WSP
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
WSP3325E. Bartholomew   1893-12-00
United States, Kansas, Rockport, 37.44028 -97.00611

WSP
WSP3326unknown   1895-06-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
WSP56886R.F. Cain   1953-11-01
Canada, Ontario, Peel, southwest of Palgrave, 68.966667 -115.916667

WSP
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
WSP58396H. Goree   1969-09-27
United States, Washington, Whitman, ca. 2.5 miles south of junction of Steptoe Canyon and Snake River Road, 46.414916 -117.20528

WSP
Lecanidion atratum (Hedw.) Endl.
WSP58778H. Goree   1970-10-01
United States, California, Riverside, Santa Ana River bottom, between Riverside and Rubidoux, 33.95333 -117.39528

WSP
Lecanidion atratum?
WSP58779H Goree   1968-11-15
United States, Idaho, Nez Perce, east side of Snake River, ca.1 mile upstream from junction with Grand Ronde, 44.715312 -113.36972


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