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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP23935C.F. Baker   1902-02-14
United States, California, Santa Clara, foothills near Stanford University, 37.42722 -122.16917

WSP
WSP4100C.E. Fairman   1908-06-00
United States, New York, Lyndonville, 43.32667 -78.38917

WSP
Naucoria submelinoides (Kühner) Maire
WSP42443R. Sprague   1952-07-16
United States, Alaska, Crocker Station 14, in old forest near Auk Village, Mendenhall Glacier area, 58.49583 -134.53222

WSP
WSP43451Wm.Bridge Cooke   1955-09-03
United States, Michigan, Kalamazoo, W.K. Kellogg Forest, Augusta, 42.33639 -85.35222

WSP
Naucoria escharioides (Fr.) P. Kumm.
WSP72914Jack D. Rogers   2017-05-21
United States, Washington, Asotin, Field Springs State Park; 46.08021 -117.170331, 46.08021 -117.170331


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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