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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP30945K.G.R   1942-05-13
Greece, Island of Crete, 35.247103 24.844763

WSP
Microthelia applanata (Fr.) E. Müll.
WSP53623A. W. Slipp   1939-08-19
United States, Idaho, Bonner, south of Squaw Valley Road, south of Priest Lake, 48.49056 -116.9025, 853m

WSP
Microthelia applanata (Fr.) E. Müll.
WSP57329H. Goree   1966-08-02
United States, Idaho, Latah, near Princeton, 46.91417 -116.83306

WSP
Microthelia applanata (Fr.) E. Müll.
WSP57346H. Goree   1967-07-23
United States, Montana, Lake, about 1 mile up Jim Creek from Swan River, northwest of Condon District Ranger Station, 47.64833 -113.7925

WSP
Microthelia applanata (Fr.) E. Müll.
WSP57347H. Goree   1967-06-16
United States, Idaho, Kootenai, along North Fork Coeur d'Alene River, across from Honeysuckle Park, Coeur d'Alene National Forest, 47.46194 -116.79333

WSP
Microthelia biformis (Hepp) A. Massal.
WSP53611A. W. Slipp   1939-10-10
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Looking Glass Lookout, Priest River Experimental Forest, 48.35833 -116.79472, 1737m


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