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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP14973C.V. Piper   1901-08-00
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Priest Lake, 48.49056 -116.9025

WSP
Geoglossum nigritum (Pers.) Cooke
WSP50843A.W. Slipp   1943-09-10
United States, Idaho, station 26, 45.012051 -115.202148

WSP
WSP2682W.H. Long Jr.   1902-08-05
United States, New York, Tompkins, Ithaca, 42.44056 -76.49694

WSP
Geoglossum alveolatum (E.J. Durand ex Rehm) E.J. Durand
WSP50792A.W. Slipp   1940-10-25
United States, Washington, Pend Oreille, Goose Creek Road, 2 1/2 miles east of South Baldy Lookout in 200+ years climax stand of western hemlock, western red cedar, intermediate to moist mesosere in valley bottom, 100'-200' from Goose Creek, 48.426382 -117.0936

WSP
WSP43029R.F. Cain   1943-08-30
Canada, Ontario, Brant, Oakland swamp, 46.683333 -84.55

WSP
WSP2681W.H. Long Jr.   1902-08-00
United States, New York, Tompkins, Ithaca, 42.44056 -76.49694

WSP
WSP18064F. Petrak   1940-08-00
Czechoslovakia, Mahren: Bartelsdorf bei Mahr.- Weisskirchen, 49.375803 17.402832

WSP
WSP2680Mrs. Ellen M. Dallas   1902-08-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Mount Pocono, 41.12194 -75.365

WSP
WSP65331W. H. Long   1910-09-28
United States, Virginia, Arlington cemetery, 37.13028 -82.33778

WSP
Trichoglossum walteri (Berk.) E.J. Durand
WSP65332W. H. Long   1910-09-28
United States, Virginia, Arlington cemetery, 37.13028 -82.33778

WSP
Trichoglossum farlowii (Cooke) E.J. Durand
WSP67845W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke; W. Sturgeon   1979-09-25
United States, Pennsylvania, Clarion, 41.19239 -79.420964

WSP
Trichoglossum farlowii (Cooke) E.J. Durand
WSP71678W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke; Al Krepin   1982-10-20
United States, Pennsylvania, Promised Land State Park, 41.31528 -75.19917


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