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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

WSP18528H. Sydow   1917-07-00
Germany, Brandenburg: Sperenberg of Zossen, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP22377Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, around Budenheim (Nassau), 50.73438 7.095485

Naevia seriata (Lib.) Fuckel
WSP22386Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

Naevia circinata (Lib.) Rehm
WSP29007Dr. A. Ludwig   1989-06-25
Germany, Westfalen, Siegen, i------ in Adertal (sp?) bei Lutzel, 51.166128 7.361328

WSP31557J. A. Nannfeldt   1928-08-07
Sweden, 62.286158 15.743109

Naevia oxycocci Dearn. ex Cash
WSP61735M. Eglitis   1954-11-08
United States, Washington, Blair cranberry bog, Long Beach, 46.3525 -124.05306

Rhizodiscina lignyota (Fr.) Hafellner
WSP70025Ch. Scheuer   1991-09-25
Austria, Steiermark, Grazer Bergland: Schocklgebiet N Graz, Stattegg, Falschgraben, Kalk., 47.15 15.41666667, 430 - 690m

WSP70888A. Draxler; W. Maurer   2002-06-27
Austria, Steiermark, Dachstein-Gebiet, 47.45 13.625, 1700m

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Google Map

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