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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP17923J. F. Brenckle   1925-10-00
United States, South Dakota, Spink, Northville, 45.15556 -98.57889

WSP
WSP20893H.C. Greene   1945-10-06
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

WSP
WSP23506J.F. Brenckle   1927-04-00
United States, South Dakota, Spink, Northville, 45.15556 -98.57889

WSP
WSP23590J.F. Brenckle   1929-04-20
United States, South Dakota, Spink, Northville, 45.15556 -98.57889

WSP
WSP23946C. F. Baker   1901-12-01
United States, California, Santa Clara, near Stanford University, 37.42722 -122.16917

WSP
WSP29047unknown (illegible)   1935-02-00
Czech Republic, Moravia: Nurnberg, 49.5 17

WSP
Patellaria lecideola (Fr.) P. Karst.
WSP29049A. Ludwig   1939-05-27
Germany, Dillkreis: in der ---- bei Erdbach, 50.972828 8.789551

WSP
Patellaria olivacea (Batsch) W. Phillips
WSP4872Lucien M. Underwood   1888-08-00
United States, New York, Jamesville, 42.99194 -76.07194

WSP
Patellaria clavispora (Peck) Saccardo
WSP4873F.J. Seaver   1906-01-31
United States, Iowa, Mount Pleasant, 40.96361 -91.55778

WSP
WSP56923R.F. Cain   1962-10-08
Canada, Ontario, York, Nashville, 51.166667 -100.283333

WSP
WSP58112H. Goree   1968-11-15
United States, Washington, Asotin, west bank of Snake River, just south of confluence with Grande Ronde River, 46.08028 -116.97861

WSP
WSP72817S. Bechter   2012-05-01
Austria, Styria, Graz, district Geidorf, Botanical Garden of the University of Graz, Arboretum, 47.081111 15.456389, 375m


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