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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Diderma Pers.
WSP39126W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1948-11-08
United States, Washington, Spokane, along California Creek near Valley Ford at a small park 0.2 mile southeast of Palouse Highway, 47.51222 -117.34694, 732m

WSP
Diderma Pers.
WSP39185W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1948-07-05
United States, Oregon, head of East Fork of Munson Creek, Crater Lake National Park, 42.94167 -122.15, 1905m

WSP
WSP51416McCracken   1961-06-20
United States, California, Siskiyou, south slope Mount Shasta, 41.31 -122.30944

WSP
WSP52220E. Wicker   1961-06-19
United States, Oregon, Klamath, south edge of Crater Lake, 42.94389 -122.10556

WSP
WSP57787S.C. Jong   1967-07-11
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Seven Devils Lake, Nez Perce National Forest, 45.3689 -116.4939

WSP
WSP1909L.W. Nuttall   1893-07-00
United States, West Virginia, Fayette, Nuttalburg (south of Edmond), 38.06222 -81.0275


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