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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Phylloporus rhodoxanthus (Schwein.) Bres.
WSP19590Wm. Bridge Cooke   1948-07-10
United States, Washington, Lewis, Mt. Rainier National Park, Eagle Peak Trail, 46.7333 -121.75, 1219m

WSP
WSP30242W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   215471947-10-18
United States, Washington, Stevens, 1 mile east of Springdale, SW side of US Hwy. 395, 48.05739 -117.719695, 671m

WSP
Phylloporus rhodoxanthus (Schwein.) Bres.
WSP45090Wm. Bridge Cooke   304251956-09-00
United States, Ohio, Clermont, Edenton, Ohio (highway)131, roadside park, 39.2167 -84.05

WSP
Phylloporus rhodoxanthus (Schwein.) Bres.
WSP54119Paul Miller   1964-08-16
United States, Idaho, Adams, Goose Lake, 45.07 -116.16833


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Google Map

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