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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Niesslia exosporioides (Desm.) G. Winter
WSP17988F. Petrak   1940-05-00
Austria, Niederdonau; Hainburg: Hundsheimerkogel, 48.333333 15.75

WSP
Niesslia exilis (Alb. & Schwein.) G. Winter
WSP29009Dr. F. Petrak   1936-04-00
Germany, Weisskirchen, 51.110982 10.4375

WSP
Niesslia exosporioides (Desm.) G. Winter
WSP29010F. Petrak   1939-06-00
Austria, Niederdonau; Hainburg: Hundsheimerkogel, 48.333333 15.75

WSP
Niesslia pusilla (Fr.) J. Schröt.
WSP55485Philip Lai   1965-07-05
United States, Idaho, Idaho, 1 mile from Windfall Creek Camp area, along road to Burgdorf, 45.30194 -116.61194

WSP
Niesslia exilis (Alb. & Schwein.) G. Winter
WSP58296Lee Bonar   1965-08-02
United States, California, Lassen, near northwest shore of Silver Lake, Lassen National Forest, 40.50028 -121.00028

WSP
Niesslia coloradensis (E.K. Cash & R.W. Davidson) W. Gams
WSP68149W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1946-07-31
United States, California, Siskiyou, Horse Camp, Mount Shasta, 41.31 -122.30944, 2438m


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