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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Clintamra nolinae (G.P. Clint.) Cordas & R. Duran
WSP58501Ruben Duran   1969-10-05
Mexico, 23 mi. S. of Saltillo, off Hwy. Mex. No. 57, Coahuila (1 mi. N. of Estacion Carneros), 21.6354 -100.25, 1768m

WSP
Clintamra nolinae (G.P. Clint.) Cordas & R. Duran
WSP58502Ruben Duran   1969-10-08
Mexico, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Potrero Sierra Sur, Rancho Experimental de la Campana, 29.267001 -106.350816

WSP
Clintamra nolinae (G.P. Clinton) Cordas & DurĂ¡n
WSP62102Ruben Duran; P.M. Gray   1976-10-12
Mexico, 39.1 mi NE of Imuris, off Hwy #2, Sonora, 31.183826 -110.416181, 1585m

WSP
Clintamra nolinae (G.P. Clint.) Cordas & R. Duran
WSP68334Ruben Duran   4701976-10-12
Mexico, 11.9 mi NE of turnoff to El Jacolito, off Mex Hwy #2 (34.9 mi NE of Imuris), Sonora, 31.1409 -110.4664, 1402m


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