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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

Valsella furva Berl. & Bres.
WSP13220E. Bartholomew   1913-07-29
United States, Washington, Kitsap, Bremerton, 47.5675 -122.63139

WSP13221E. Bartholomew   1909-08-12
United States, Washington, Kitsap, Bainbridge Island, 47.64306 -122.54111

Valsella nigro-annulata
WSP23112J. F. Brenckle   1913-03-01
United States, North Dakota, Dickey, Hafner farm, near Kulm, 46.30111 -98.95417

WSP30298H. E. Parks   1935-03-00
United States, California, Humboldt, Spruce Cove, Trinidad, 41.05944 -124.14194

Valsella acupariae
WSP30302Dr. A. Ludwig   1938-04-14
Germany, West Falen, Kr. Siegen, garten bei Siegen, 51.166128 7.361328

Valsella melastoma (Fr.) Sacc.
WSP33006Gardner Timber and Land Co.   1916-10-02
United States, Washington, Jefferson, Gardiner, 48.05 -122.91444

WSP69595B. Callan; F. Ring   1993-08-26
Canada, British Columbia, South Keena Cellulose Nursery, Exstew River Terrace, 56.1 -120.366667

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