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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP10272Unknown   1893-11-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.5464 -75.0253

WSP
WSP10273Unknown   1894-09-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.5464 -75.0253

WSP
WSP17950F. Petrak   1940-08-00
Czech Republic, Mahren: Roustka bei Wsetin, 49.5 17

WSP
WSP27002W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1950-10-25
United States, Washington, Clallam, vicinity of Elwha Ranger Station & Public Camp, Olympic National Park, 48.26667 -124.675

WSP
WSP28150W. N. Suksdorf   1902-04-16
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
Radulum concentricum Cooke & Ellis
WSP28151W. N. Suksdorf   1902-12-04
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
Radulum quercinum (Pers.) Fr.
WSP29350H. H. V. hord; A. Rich   1950-05-19
United States, Idaho, Latah, Viola Creek, 46.83861 -117.02361

WSP
Radulum casearium (Morgan) Lloyd
WSP29357W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1950-11-08
United States, Washington, Pend Oreille, 2 miles east of Sullivan Lake, Kaniksu National Forest, 48.839992 -117.244355

WSP
WSP38420C.R. Stillinger   1925-09-00
United States, Washington, Spokane, Newman Lake, 47.7769 -117.0939

WSP
Radulum caseareum
WSP45573R. F. Cain   1956-06-01
Canada, Ontario, Cedar Lake, 28 miles north of Vermilion Bay, Kenora District, 48.705241 -92.416667

WSP
WSP50605A.W. Slipp   1939-08-07
United States, Idaho, Bonner, north slope Nickelplate Mountain above Station 10, 48.6469 -116.9711, 1006m

WSP
Radulum caseareum
WSP56990R. F. Cain   1965-08-01
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay District, Black Sturgeon Lake, 50 -89

WSP
WSP65978W. B. Cooke; V. G. cooke   1980-08-02
United States, Arizona, Pima, Bear Wallow Picinic Area, Coronado National Forest, 32.42417 -110.73917, 2438m


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