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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP46257A. Rolfs   1958-09-21
United States, Washington, East Wenatchee, 47.41583 -120.29194

WSP
Lysurus sulcatus (Cooke & Massee) G. Cunn.
WSP51472J. LeVine   1961-07-13
United States, Washington, Franklin, Pasco, 816 north Lucas, 46.23972 -119.09944

WSP
WSP55207C. R. Howell   1965-08-00
United States, Washington, Grant, Quincy, 47.23444 -119.85139

WSP
WSP55452O. Maloy   1965-08-25
United States, Washington, King, Seattle, 47.60639 -122.33083

WSP
WSP57230Ed Forster   1967-07-31
United States, Washington, Adams, Othello, 1335 east Elm, 46.82611 -119.17417

WSP
Lysurus garderni
WSP57323H. R. Luchi   1966-09-06
United States, Washington, Franklin, Pasco, 512 Road 37, 46.23972 -119.09944


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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