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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP11701J. Dearness   1895-08-00
Canada, Ontario, Granton, 50.133333 -86.283333

WSP
Stigmatea sequoiae (Cooke & Harkn.) Sacc.
WSP11702W.C. Blasdale   1894-08-00
United States, California, Siskiyou, Sisson, Mount Shasta (now city of Mount Shasta), 41.31 -122.30944

WSP
WSP15658K. Starcs   1946-09-22
Germany, Bayern, Mittelfranken, Kr. Hersbruck: Hersbruck, Kufscherberg, 49.057628 11.192383

WSP
WSP18944F. Petrak   1939-09-00
Austria, Niederdonau: Klosterneuberg, 48.333333 15.75

WSP
Stigmatea sequoiae (Cooke & Harkn.) Sacc.
WSP30333C.R. Quick   1942-06-10
United States, California, near Miami Ranger Station, Madera-Mariposa County Line, 37.55 -119.9

WSP
Stigmatea sequoiae (Cooke & Harkn.) Sacc.
WSP35263Lee Bonar   1932-08-01
United States, California, Tuolumne, Long Barn, 38.09306 -120.13333

WSP
WSP41993R.F. Cain   1953-06-14
Canada, Ontario, York, Kleinburg, west of Richmond Hill, 43.8666 -79.4333

WSP
Stigmatea sequoiae (Cooke & Harkn.) Sacc.
WSP52750Clarence R. Quick   1962-06-15
United States, California, Shasta, 4 miles west of Hatchet Mountain summit, north off U.S. Highway 299, northeast of Redding, 40.906085 -121.909197, 1219m

WSP
Stigmatea sequoiae (Cooke & Harkn.) Sacc.
WSP52816Clarence R. Quick   1961-06-08
United States, California, Tuolumne, north of Pinecrest, about 0.25 mile southwest of Cow Creek Guard Station, 38.230217 -120.045763, 1768m

WSP
WSP57006R.F. Cain   1963-06-18
Canada, Ontario, Thunder Bay District, 14 miles west of Manitouwadge, 49.232918 -98.843584


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Google Map

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