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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP14586Stillinger, C. R.   1920-07-05
United States, Washington, Snohomish, Granite (Granite Falls), 48.0833 -121.9667

WSP
WSP14587Stillinger, C. R.   1919-09-25
United States, Oregon, Josephine, Williams, 42.2189 -123.2728

WSP
WSP15077Spigelbey   1924-07-22
United States, Washington, Pacific, Seaview, 46.3347 -124.0533

WSP
WSP16434Stillinger, C. R.   1920-07-05
United States, Washington, Snohomish, Granite (Granite Falls), 48.0833 -121.9667

WSP
WSP32219Pickett, F. L.   1934-06-28
United States, Oregon, Baker, Baker City, 44.775 -117.8333

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP41626Bethel, E.   1915-05-22
United States, Colorado, Jefferson, Golden, 39.75556 -105.22056

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP43881Bethel, E.   1915-05-22
United States, Colorado, Jefferson, Golden, 39.75556 -105.22056

WSP
WSP43914E. Bethel   1922-10-04
United States, California, Pacific Beach, 32.7978 -117.2394

WSP
WSP43941Bethel, E.   1918-08-24
United States, Colorado, Palmer Lake, 39.1222 -104.9167

WSP
WSP43943Bethel, E.   1922-06-11
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver, 49.2167 -123.1

WSP
WSP957Bartholomew, Elam   1921-08-05
United States, Montana, Alpine, 45.2014 -109.6406, 3048m

WSP
WSP958Blasdale, W. C.   1923-07-19
United States, California, El Dorado, Angora Lake, 39.0647 -122.9806

WSP
WSP964Bethel, E.   1921-07-20
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Ward, 40.0722 -105.5078

WSP
Melampsoropsis cassandrae (Peck & G.P. Clinton) Arthur
WSP965House, H. D.   1923-06-25
United States, New York, North Creek, 42.2528 -73.6653

WSP
Melampsoropsis cassandrae (Peck & G.P. Clinton) Arthur
WSP966Dearness, J.   1910-08-20
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.9833 -81.25

WSP
Melampsoropsis cassandrae (Peck & G.P. Clinton) Arthur
WSP967Rhoads, A.S.   1916-08-06
United States, New York, top of dry range, 10 miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs, Meagher, 43.2947 -74.8131

WSP
Melampsoropsis cassandrae (Peck & G.P. Clinton) Arthur
WSP968Dearness, J.   1911-08-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.9833 -81.25

WSP
Melampsoropsis cassandrae (Peck & G.P. Clinton) Arthur
WSP969Rhoads, A. S.   1916-08-15
United States, New York, southeast of Copeland Lodge, Allenspark, 43.2947 -74.8131

WSP
Melampsoropsis empetri (Pers.) Arthur
WSP970House, H. D.   1923-07-13
United States, New York, Essex, Mount McIntyre (now Algonquin Peak), 44.1333 -73.9833, 1524m

WSP
WSP976Sprague, R.   1922-06-25
United States, Washington, Skagit, Anacortes, 48.5128 -122.6114

WSP
WSP977Brown, Rex   1922-06-25
United States, Washington, Skagit, Anacortes, 48.5128 -122.6114

WSP
WSP978House, H. D.   1923-07-13
United States, New York, Mount McIntyre, 41.8897 -73.6986, 1524m

WSP
WSP979Tracy, J. P.   1924-09-21
United States, California, Humboldt, Boynton Prairie, 40.8667 -124.0667

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP980Harper, E. T.   1899-07-18
United States, Michigan, Mackinac Isle, 45.86444 -84.62556

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP981House, H. D.   1925-05-21
United States, New York, Albany, Albany, 42.6525 -73.75667

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP982Holway, E. W. D.   1894-05-27
United States, California, Siskiyou, Sisson (now city of Mount Shasta), 41.31 -122.30944

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP984Hubert, E. E.   1917-05-28
United States, Montana, Evaro, 47.03222 -114.09056

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP985Weir, J. R.; Hubert, E. E.   1917-07-27
United States, Montana, Evaro, 47.03222 -114.09056

WSP
Melampsoropsis pyrolae (Rostr.) Arthur
WSP986House, H. D.   1925-05-21
United States, New York, Albany, Albany, 42.6525 -73.75667


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