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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Scodellina leporina (Batsch) Gray
WSP39819H.E. Parks   1947-11-00
United States, California, Humboldt, Spruce Cove, Trinidad, 41.05944 -124.14194

WSP
Scodellina auricula (Schaeff.) Seaver
WSP49799A.W. Slipp   1941-07-06
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Center Ridge Road, Priest River Experimental Forest, 48.35833 -116.79472

WSP
Scodellina leporina (Batsch) Gray
WSP50484A.W. Slipp   1941-10-28
United States, Idaho, Bonner, 100 yards from highway, opposite Granite Creek, 48.08667 -116.42722, 914m

WSP
Scodellina leporina (Batsch) Gray
WSP50983H.E. Parks   1931-11-00
United States, California, Humboldt, Trinidad, 41.05944 -124.14194

WSP
Scodellina leporina (Batsch) Gray
WSP51825J. Rogers   1963-11-23
United States, Idaho, Clearwater, near Orofino, 46.47944 -116.25417

WSP
Scodellina smithii
WSP56262J.W. Paden; E.E. Tylutki   1965-10-27
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Samowen Campground Lake, Pend Oreille, 48.21889 -116.28778

WSP
Scodellina aleutacea
WSP56264JW Paden   1965-10-21
United States, Idaho, Latah, Jerome Creek, 46.93083 -116.70722

WSP
Scodellina smithii
WSP56266O.K. Miller   1964-10-12
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Canyon Creek, Priest River Experimental Forest, 48.35833 -116.79472

WSP
Scodellina microspora
WSP56298Mrs. C. Scates   1965-10-31
United States, Idaho, Kootenai, Beauty Bay Creek, Lake Coeur d'Alene, 47.67778 -116.77944

WSP
Scodellina alcutalia
WSP56307JW Paden   1965-10-23
United States, Idaho, Shoshone, west branch Merry Creek, 47.00972 -116.23583

WSP
Scodellina smithii
WSP57815not noted   1965-10-00
Canada, British Columbia, University of Victoria area, 51.35 -78.883333


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