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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Melanospora destruens (Shear) Shear & B.O. Dodge
WSP61680Seabrook   1963-08-15
United States, Washington, 345 Eldorado, Fircrest, Tacoma 66, 47.23972 -122.51472

WSP
WSP22317Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, 51.1657 10.4515

WSP
Melanospora parasitica (Tul.) Tul. & C. Tul.
WSP55464J.W. Brandsberg   1964-10-00
United States, Idaho, Latah, Laird Park, Saint Joe National Forest, 46.94306 -116.64889

WSP
Melanospora washingtonensis Nitzan, J.D. Rogers & D.A. Johnson
WSP70967N. Nitzan   2003-08-00
United States, Washington, Franklin, near Pasco, 46.23972 -119.09944

WSP
Melanospora washingtonensis Nitzan, J.D. Rogers & D.A. Johnson
WSP70968N. Nitzan   2003-08-00
United States, Washington, Franklin, near Pasco, 46.23972 -119.09944

WSP
Melanospora washingtonensis Nitzan, J.D. Rogers & D.A. Johnson
WSP70969N. Nitzan   2003-08-00
United States, Washington, near Pasco, 46.23972 -119.09944


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