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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP32717R. Wellman; English, Folke Johnson   1937-08-07
United States, Idaho, Latah, moist habitat in Moscow Mountains, 46.80361 -116.86778

WSP
Xylographa (Fr.) Fr.
WSP50761A. W. Slipp   1940-06-12
United States, Idaho, Bonner, 10-12 chains north of junction between highway and Trail 246, 44.70083 -113.36972, 884m

WSP
WSP27171Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1894-09-25
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Falcon Valley, 48.17528 -117.72361

WSP
Agyrium rufum (Pers.) Fr.
WSP36367Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1883-05-09
United States, Washington, Lewis, Mount Adams, 46.2 -121.4833, 1219 - 1524m

WSP
WSP57367H. Goree   1967-07-05
United States, Oregon, Wallowa, 8 miles from Imnaha on road to Hat Point, Wallowa Whitman National Foreest, 45.43833 -116.66

WSP
Xylographa abietina (Pers.) Zahlbr.
WSP39014H. E. Parks; S. T. Parks   1944-01-00
United States, California, Del Norte, Darlingtonia, Smith River, 41.83639 -123.94194, - 122m


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