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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Ramulispora bromi (R. Sprague) R. Sprague
WSP44327R. Sprague   1936-05-23
United States, Oregon, Benton, Corvallis, 44.56472 -123.26083

WSP
Ramulispora bromi (R. Sprague) R. Sprague
WSP44344R. Sprague   1935-03-13
United States, Oregon, Tumwater Falls, 45.65889 -120.50139

WSP
Ramulispora bromi (R. Sprague) R. Sprague
WSP44345R. Sprague   1938-03-08
United States, Washington, Clark, Camas, city limits, gate west end, 45.58722 -122.39833

WSP
Ramulispora bromi (R. Sprague) R. Sprague
WSP44346R. Sprague   1939-03-03
United States, Oregon, Yamhill, Sourgrass Creek, 42.53444 -123.76778


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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