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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Dichaena faginea (Pers.) Sacc.
WSP41162J.R. Hansbrough   1935-06-05
United States, Vermont, Shelburne, 44.38056 -73.22806

WSP
Dichaena faginea (Pers.) Sacc.
WSP56828R.F. Cain   1962-09-07
Canada, Ontario, Muskoka District, Dorset, University of Toronto Forest, 45.083333 -79.5

WSP
WSP1894Unknown   1895-00-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
Pseudophacidium callunae (P. Karst.) P. Karst.
WSP62675Ralph E. Tidfrick   1961-12-00
United States, Washington, John Rogers cranberry bog, Long Beach, 46.3525 -124.0531

WSP
Pseudophacidium callunae (P. Karst.) P. Karst.
WSP72191H.K. Goree   2008-05-24
United States, Washington, Yakima, slope above Dog Lake, just north of US Route 12, 46.65 -121.35

WSP
WSP22711Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703


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