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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Monochaetia hysteriiformis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Guba
WSP52786L. Bonar   1960-12-17
United States, California, Marin, 1 mile east of Alpine Dam, 37.940279 -122.618835

WSP
Monochaetia cryptomeria
WSP61686W. F. Hutchinson   1952-11-07
United States, Washington, northwest Puyallup, 1936 4th Ave, 47.18556 -122.29167

WSP
Monochaetia cryptomeria
WSP61687M. Eglitis; W. Vassey   1961-03-14
United States, Washington, King, Arboretum, University of Washington, Seattle, 47.65639 -122.30528

WSP
Monochaetia cryptomeria
WSP61688W. Vassey   1961-05-23
United States, Washington, Pierce, Puyallup, 47.18556 -122.29167

WSP
Monochaetia monochaeta (Desm.) Allesch.
WSP61689M. Eglitis; W. Vassey   1961-03-14
United States, Washington, King, Arboretum, University of Washington, Seattle, 47.65639 -122.30528


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Google Map

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