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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP18706E. Bethel   1911-02-00
United States, Colorado, Douglas, Palmer Lake, 39.12222 -104.91667

WSP
WSP18901H. Zimmermann   1897-08-00
Czech Republic, Maehren; Eisgrub; Park, 49.5 17

WSP
WSP18127P. Vogel   1925-10-00
Germany, Brandenburg: Tamsel, Schlosspark, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP17035Mrs. Balsiger   1948-09-27
United States, Washington, Klickitat, White Salmon, 45.72778 -121.48528

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP17455Mrs. Balsiger   1948-09-07
United States, Washington, Klickitat, West Winds Ranch, White Salmon, 45.72778 -121.48528

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP4015C. H. Demetrio   1897-10-00
United States, Missouri, near Emma, 38.97167 -93.49444

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP41642E. Bethel   1911-08-14
United States, Colorado, La Veta, 37.505 -105.00722

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP41643E. Bethel; Payson   1917-08-13
United States, Colorado, Archuleta, Pagosa Springs, 37.26944 -107.00917

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP43905E. Bethel; Hunt.   1917-09-15
United States, Colorado, near Bayfield, 37.22556 -107.5975

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP43926E. Bethel; Payson   1917-08-13
United States, Colorado, Archuleta, Pagosa Springs, 37.26944 -107.00917

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP64242J. Walker   1978-04-15
Australia, In car park behind Library, Baulkham Hills, N.S.W., -31.53419 147.552659

WSP
Microstroma album (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP70953Ch. Scheuer   2002-10-16
Austria, Steiermark, Graz, Bezirk Geidorf, 47.06916667 15.43555556, 365m

WSP
WSP4027F. L. Stevens   1894-06-00
United States, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, 43.04806 -76.14778


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