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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP26600H.C. Greene   1960-07-14
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, near Cross Plains, 43.11444 -89.65556

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP35177J.J. Davis   1919-07-08
United States, Wisconsin, Marathon, Mosinee, 44.79306 -89.70306

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP41695H.C. Greene   1955-07-26
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP44193H.C. Greene   1956-07-18
United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, near Spring Green, 43.17528 -90.06778

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP48168H.C. Greene   1959-09-01
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, near Cross Plains, 43.11444 -89.65556

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP51164H.C. Greene   1961-07-18
United States, Wisconsin, Columbia, near Swan Lake, Pacific Township, 43.54667 -89.36389

WSP
Actinopelte dryina (Sacc.) Höhn.
WSP59861H.K. Goree   1974-09-18
United States, Ohio, Butler, Miami University, Oxford, 39.50917 -84.73417


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