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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Absidia Tiegh.
WSP48449Clancy Gordon   1958-12-00
United States, Washington, King, Seattle, 47.60639 -122.33083

WSP
Absidia Tiegh.
WSP53404John W. Paden   1960-09-00
United States, Idaho, Latah, University of Idaho farm 2 miles east of Moscow, 46.732492 -116.956927

WSP
WSP48448Clancy Gordon   1958-12-00
United States, Washington, King, Seattle, 47.60639 -122.33083

WSP
WSP38064D. W. Burke   1953-02-07
United States, Washington, Columbia Basin, 47.56417 -122.27417

WSP
Cunninghamella echinulata (Thaxt.) Thaxt. ex Blakeslee
WSP38086D. W. Burke   1953-02-02
United States, Washington, Columbia Basin, 47.56417 -122.27417

WSP
WSP51160J. W. Groves   1941-09-15
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa, 45.416667 -75.7

WSP
Absidia spinosa var. biappendiculata Lindner; (Rall et Solh.)
WSP58891Gloria Rall   1960-08-00
United States, Wyoming, Albany, Dry Park near Fox Park, Medicine Bow Mountains, 41.08056 -106.15111


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