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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Myxosporium incarnatum (Desm.) Bonord.
WSP22716Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Munchau pr. Hattenheim, 51.004341 6.324275

WSP
WSP33019F.E. Bailey   1917-05-10
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Waitsburg, 46.27056 -118.15222

WSP
WSP35328W.H. Lawrence   2001-07-06
United States, Washington, Pierce, Puyallup, 47.18556 -122.29167

WSP
Myxosporium luteum Ellis & Everh.
WSP4092L.W. Nuttall   1893-07-00
United States, Virginia, Nuttallburg, 37.4325 -76.48056

WSP
Myxosporium nitidum Berk. & M.A. Curtis
WSP4093Lucien M. Underwood   1886-11-02
United States, New York, Onondaga Valley, near Syracuse, 43.04806 -76.14778

WSP
Myxosporium mitidum
WSP4094C.V. Piper   1893-10-00
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, 46.73139 -117.17861

WSP
Myxosporium nitidum Berk. & M.A. Curtis
WSP4095J. Dearness   1895-07-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
WSP62312Ch. Gould   1951-07-27


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