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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Mucronoporus andersoni
WSP4064C.G. Lloyd   1985-12-00
United States, Ohio, near Cincinnati, 39.16194 -84.45694

WSP
Mucronoporus everhartii Ellis & Galloway
WSP4066A. Commons   1895-07-00
United States, Delaware, New Castle, near Wilmington, 39.74583 -75.54694

WSP
Mucronoporus ferruginosus (Schrad.) Ellis & Everh.
WSP4067Unknown   1893-12-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
Mucronoporus gilvus (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
WSP4068Unknown   1894-10-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
Mucronoporus igniarius (L.) Ellis & Everh.
WSP4069J. Dearness   
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
Mucronoporus spissus (Schwein.) Ellis & Everh.
WSP4070L. W. Nuttall   1894-00-00
United States, West Virginia, Fayette, Nuttalburg, south of Edmond, 38.06222 -81.0275


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