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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Calostoma Desv.
WSP32492C. V. Piper   1900-00-00
United States, Massachusetts, Cambridge, 42.375 -71.10611

WSP
WSP535Unknown   1894-10-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
WSP60581Wm. Bridge Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1975-10-03
United States, Virginia, Lee, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Wilderness Trail campground, 38.14444 -77.26028

WSP
WSP64350Wm. Bridge Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1979-11-03
United States, Texas, Hartin, Turkey Creek area, Big Thicket Nature Preserve, 31.65472 -95.42694

WSP
WSP65677Wm. Bridge Cooke; V. G. Cooke; B. Burrell   1979-09-30
United States, West Virginia, 38.771914 -80.485352

WSP
Calostoma ravenelii (Berk.) Massee
WSP536Mr. C.L.S.; Mrs. C.L.S.   1899-10-08
United States, Maryland, Montgomery, Takoma Park, 38.97778 -77.00778

WSP
Mitremyces cinnabarinus (Corda) De Toni
WSP27129W. N. Suksdorf; C. G. Lloyd   1901-09-00
United States, West Virginia, Eglon, 39.30139 -79.51944


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