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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Empusa Cohn
WSP19916R. Sprague   1948-06-08
United States, Washington, Pierce, Puyallup, 47.18556 -122.29167

WSP
WSP57164Pat Auberson (sent to Dr. Retan)   1967-05-03
United States, Washington, Walla Walla, Walla Walla. County Extension Office, 46.06472 -118.34194

WSP
WSP57165unknown; sent to Dr. Retan   1967-06-03
United States, Washington, Franklin, not given, 46.534731 -118.898842

WSP
WSP64978V. K. Charles   1939-08-25
United States, New Hampshire, Randolph, 44.37528 -71.28028

WSP
WSP14880H. Linde   1916-09-00
Russia, Michailowskoje, prov. mosquensis, 60.586967 116.718748

WSP
Entomophthora muscae (Cohn) Fresen.
WSP2063J. Dearness   
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.9667 -81.25

WSP
WSP65109V. K. Charles; A. L. Hendry   1936-06-02
United States, Virginia, Arlington cemetery, 37.13028 -82.33778

WSP
WSP71442V.K. Charles; E.M. Ermold   1936-06-04
United States, Virginia, Arlington cemetery, 37.13028 -82.33778


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Google Map

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