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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Rhabdospora aelantoidea
WSP10461C. F. Baker   1896-03-00
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins, 40.58528 -105.08389

WSP
WSP10462C. E. Fairman   1910-05-00
United States, New York, Lyndonville, 43.32667 -78.38917

WSP
WSP17953H. Sydow   1918-08-00
Germany, Brandenburg: Cladow bei Potsdam, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP
WSP17956J. Piskor   1929-04-00
Czech Republic, Alesch: bei Sternberg, 49.726551 17.292981

WSP
Rhabdospora polita (Fr.) Sacc.
WSP22687Morthier   1866-04-00
Switzerland, Neuchatel (Helvet), 47.015539 6.905431

WSP
Rhabdospora caulicola (Sacc.) Sacc.
WSP30809P. G. M. Rhodes   1927-07-16
Wales, Shore, Trywn y Penrhyn, Penmon, Anglesea, 53.303693 -4.065106

WSP
WSP30811Vera M. Miller   1943-07-18
United States, California, Mendocino, near Westport, 39.63583 -123.78194

WSP
WSP30812H. Bremer   1941-09-25
Turkey, Ankara, 38.9637 35.2433

WSP
Rhabdospora origani (Brunaud) Sacc.
WSP30813J. Lind   1925-05-12
Denmark, unknown, 55.755444 11.527893

WSP
Rhabdospora solidaginis (Cooke & Ellis) Sacc.
WSP30814J. Lind   1926-04-19
Denmark, Sd. Vissing, 56.364237 10.012629

WSP
WSP30815Dr. A. Ludwig   1927-08-16
Germany, Cuxhaven, Gudendorf, 53.866887 8.70168

WSP
Rhabdospora nubecula (Sacc.) Sacc.
WSP36906H. C. Greene   1953-04-20
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

WSP
WSP57472D. Hudson   1967-07-27
Canada, British Columbia, about 17 miles north of Jeffrey on Canada 3-93, 60.245562 -96

WSP
Rhabdospora junci (Desm.) Allesch.
WSP57883F. A. Young   1967-07-10
United States, Idaho, Idaho, north of Heaven's Gate, Nez Perce National Forest, 45.3689 -116.4939

WSP
WSP61909F. Johnson; M. Eglitis   1963-05-21
United States, Washington, Aanderud cranberry bog, North Beach, 48.40167 -122.65417


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