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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP15677K. Starcs   1946-06-06
Germany, Oberpfalz, Kr. Amberg, Amberg, Berghof, 49.767652 11.667969

WSP
Trachyspora intrusa (Grev.) Arthur
WSP52883Y. Makinen   1953-05-28
Finland, Regio aboensis, Turku, Iso-Heikkila, Tahtitorninmaki, 60.45

WSP
Trachyspora intrusa (Grev.) Arthur
WSP53150O. Jaaskelainen   1959-06-13
Finland, Savonia borealis, Siilinjarvi, Lamminmaki, 63.13333333

WSP
Trachyspora intrusa (Grev.) Arthur
WSP53328E. Koivistoinen; J. Suominen   1962-06-12
Finland, Regio aboensis, Turku, Ruissalo, Hankpirtti, 60.45

WSP
Trachyspora intrusa (Grev.) Arthur
WSP65323C. E. Cummings   1887-06-23
France, Chamonix, 46.55886 2.197266

WSP
Trachyspora melospora (Therry) Dietel
WSP70261J. Poelt   1966-07-13
Austria, Osterreich, Tirol, Lechtaler Alpen, 39 km SW von Reutte, im untersten Teil des Sulztales bei Stockach, 47.25 10.36666667, 1200 - 1300m


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