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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Xylocoremium J.D. Rogers
WSP73064Kathie T. Hodge   UO1681995-07-23
Uganda, Western Region, Kabarole, Kibale National Park, Kanyawara Research Station, trail grid Q5, 0.561302 30.356687

WSP
Xylocoremium flabelliforme (Schwein.) J.D. Rogers
WSP73328Jack D. Rogers   1994-06-05
United States, West Virginia, Boone, Comfort, 38.13038 -81.615674

WSP
Xylocoremium J.D. Rogers
WSP74653George P. Chamuris   12321982-07-30
United States, New York, Onondaga, Baltimore Woods, Marcellus, 42.968589 -76.34907

WSP
Xylocoremium J.D. Rogers
George P. Chamuris   13091982-08-14
United States, New York, Onondaga, Baltimore Woods, Marcellus, 42.968589 -76.34907

WSP
Xylocoremium J.D. Rogers
WSP74655George P. Chamuris   12421982-07-30
United States, New York, Onondaga, Baltimore Woods, Marcellus, 42.968589 -76.34907

WSP
Xylocoremium J.D. Rogers
WSP74398D.J. Lodge   1131986-01-02
United States, Puerto Rico, Luquillo National Forest, El Verde Research Preserve, next to driveway, 18.321425 -65.820773


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