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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP21801J. D. Menzies   1949-07-00
United States, Washington, Benton, Irrigation Station, Prosser, 46.20694 -119.76778

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP48899J. D. Menzies   1955-07-00
United States, Washington, Benton, Irrigation Experiment Station, Prosser, 46.20694 -119.76778

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila Gordon & Shaw sp. nov.
WSP48900C.C. Gordon   1958-09-15
United States, Washington, Benton, Prosser, Irrigation Experiment Station, 46.2069 -119.7678

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP48901C. C. Gordon   1960-06-10
United States, Washington, Whitman, Plant Pathology greenhouse, Washington State University, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP48902C. G. Shaw   1960-05-23
United States, Washington, Whitman, Plant Pathology greenhouse, Washington State University, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP48903C. G. Shaw   1960-05-23
United States, Washington, Whitman, Plant Pathology greenhouse, Washington State University, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP48904C. C. Gordon   1958-09-15
United States, Washington, Benton, Irrigation Experiment Station, Prosser, 46.20694 -119.76778

WSP
Diporotheca rhizophila C.C. Gordon & C.G. Shaw
WSP58376W. G. Hoyman   1969-07-25
United States, Washington, Benton, Prosser, 46.20694 -119.76778


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