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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

Chaetosphaerella E. Müll. & C. Booth
WSP74989Jack D. Rogers   1990-09-00
Switzerland, Graubünden, Filisur, 46.673268 9.686506

Chaetosphaerella phaeostroma (Durieu & Mont.) E. Müll. & C. Booth
WSP70039Ch. Scheuer   25621991-04-20
Austria, Steiermark, Graz; south Plabutschzug, below Schloss St. Martin, 47.035597 15.394617, 360 - 380m

Cladotrichum brassicae Ellis & Barthol.
WSP1075E. Bartholomew   1897-04-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, 39.35023 -99.325054

WSP41699H. C. Greene   1955-08-05
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, near Clyde, 43.11944 -90.21139

WSP53568H. C. Greene   1963-07-09
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

Oedemium minus (Link) S. Hughes
WSP70880Ch. Scheuer   2002-10-23
Austria, Osterreich, Steiermark, Graz, Bezirk Mariatrost, in der Rettenbachklamm, 47.10138889 15.46861111, 430 - 460m

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Google Map

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