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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
WSP23591O.A. Stevens   1929-08-25
United States, North Dakota, Leonard, 46.65194 -97.24528

WSP
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
WSP4865J.M. Bates   1896-09-03
United States, Nebraska, Long Pine, 42.53639 -99.70028

WSP
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
WSP4866C.F. Baker   1894-08-00
United States, Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins, 40.58528 -105.08389

WSP
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
WSP4867Prof. S. M. Tracy   1893-06-00
United States, Mississippi, Starkville, 33.45028 -88.81833

WSP
Parodiella grammodes (Kunze) Cooke
WSP4868E. Bartholomew   1906-09-11
United States, Kansas, Monument, 39.10444 -101.00667

WSP
Parodiella spegazzinii Theiss. & Syd.
WSP18248M. Ramos   1921-08-00
Philippines, Antipolo, Prov. Rizal, Luzon, 14.6255 121.1245

WSP
Parodiella spegazzinii Theiss. & Syd.
WSP18813M. Ramos   1913-08-00
Philippines, Angat, Prov. Bulacan, Luzon, 14.933333 121.033333

WSP
WSP18235H. Sydow   1928-01-00
Venezuela, El Limon, 10.177881 -64.577002


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