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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP10715H. S. Jackson   1907-06-19
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Newark, 39.68361 -75.75

WSP
Septocylindrium concomitans (Ellis & Holw.) Halst.
WSP10716Byron D. Halsted   1892-09-04
United States, New Jersey, New Brunswick, 40.48611 -74.45222

WSP
WSP20389C. G. Shaw; R. Sprague   1948-06-16
United States, Idaho, Benewah, 2 miles south of Tensed, 47.131048 -116.92083

WSP
WSP62696Ch. Gould   1957-05-09
United States, Washington, Pacific, Dr. Harold Clarke Nursery, Long Beach, 46.3525 -124.05306


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Google Map

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