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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Polystigma rubrum (Pers.) DC.
WSP14193A. Bondartsev   1911-07-00
Russia, Prov. Kursk, distr Dmitriewsk, Derjutschino, 60.586967 116.718748

WSP
Polystigma ochraceum (Wahlenb.) Sacc.
WSP18151F. Filarszky   1905-09-00
Hungary, Comit. Szepes: Iglofuered, 47.1625 19.5033

WSP
Polystigma pusillum Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP18832R. Ciferri   1929-05-00
Dominican Republic, S. Domingo; Prov. Santiago: Mao, 18.969483 -69.982422

WSP
WSP22307   
Switzerland, 46.8182 8.2275

WSP
Polystigma ochraceum (Wahlenb.) Sacc.
WSP22514Kristof.   
Austria, Carinthia, at Bleiburg, 47.5162 14.5501

WSP
WSP30528J. A. Nannfeldt   1928-08-19
Sweden, Torne Lappmark: Jukkasjaervi parish, Abisko., 62.286158 15.743109

WSP
Polystigma rubrum (Pers.) DC.
WSP30529H. Brandt   1944-10-22
Turkey, Asia Minor: Ankara, 38.9637 35.2433

WSP
Polystigma astragali (Lasch) Höhn.
WSP49960W.G. Solheim; Ragnhild Solheim   1957-08-30
United States, Wyoming, 2 miles north of junction at Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, 43.48 -110.7617, 2067m

WSP
WSP5935C.H. Thompson   1903-04-12
United States, California, San Mateo, 37.43621 -122.355663

WSP
Polystigma ochraceum (Wahlenb.) Sacc.
WSP60027E. Mueller   1970-07-17
Switzerland, Kt. Graubuenden, Klosters, Novai, 46.645665 9.580078

WSP
Polystigma rubrum (Pers.) DC.
WSP69771M. Magnes   1997-08-05
Romania, Județul Cluj, Cluj, Transilvania (Siebenbuergen), Kreis Cluj, Fanatele Clujului ("Klausenburger Heuwiesen"), 46.837438 23.634363, 450 - 500m

WSP
WSP72281H. Teppner   1964-08-15
Austria, Styria, Schladminger Tauern, WSW of Schladming, Rohrmoos, along the road c. 0.5 km E of the inn Ruecklhof, 47.37777778 13.63333333, 1200m


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