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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Rhizopus nigicans
WSP10471Unknown   1889-06-00
United States, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, 43.04806 -76.14778

WSP
Rhizopus nigicans
WSP10472E. Bartholomew   1901-11-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, 39.35023 -99.325054

WSP
Rhizopus Ehrenb.
WSP35055J. W. Hotson   1922-01-00
United States, Washington, King, Seattle, 47.60639 -122.33083

WSP
Rhizopus nigicans
WSP38084D. W. Burke   1953-00-00
United States, Washington, 47.65119 -120.475586

WSP
Rhizopus Ehrenb.
WSP41404Oliver V. Hotzmann   1953-08-21
United States, South Dakota, Charles Mix, Marty, 42.9925 -98.42472

WSP
Rhizopus stonifer
WSP51849J. C. Tu   1963-08-23
United States, Washington, Whitman, Washington State University, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
Rhizopus stolonifer (Ehrenb.) Vuill.
WSP52109Matt Silbernagel   1959-03-04
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, grocery store, 46.73139 -117.17861


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Google Map

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