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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Cylindrosporella caryae (Ellis & Dearn.) Petr.
WSP18693J. Dearness   1924-09-00
Canada, Ontario, Caradoc west of London, 42.9833 -81.25

WSP
Leptothyrium alneum (Pers. ex Lév.) Sacc.
WSP22696J. Muller   1896-00-00
Austria, Zell (Pinzgau), 47.5162 14.5501

WSP
WSP18233J. Smarods   1943-08-00
Latvia, Riga: auf den Duenen, 56.97778 24.12167

WSP
WSP15034J. J. Davis   1925-07-00
United States, Wisconsin, Millston, 44.19306 -90.6475

WSP
WSP3371Unknown   1893-08-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
WSP31632F. Petrak   1939-04-00
Germany, 51.1657 10.4515

WSP
WSP3372L. W. Nuttall   1896-02-00
United States, West Virginia, Fayette, Nuttalburg, south of Edmond, 38.06222 -81.0275

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP20985C. G. Shaw; W. D. Yerkes   1949-07-18
United States, Washington, Chelan, headwaters, Prince Creek, Chelan National Forest, 48.14722 -120.4975

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP3373A. O. Garrett   1903-08-14
United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Big Cottonwood Canyon, 40.625 -111.79889

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP39060L. Bonar   1949-08-16
United States, Oregon, Klamath, South Rim of Crater Lake, 42.94389 -122.10556

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP45218H. C. Govindu   1955-07-09
United States, Washington, Garfield, Welch Ridge, Umatilla National Forest, 46.25139 -117.50361

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP45300C. G. Shaw; Mycology Class   1955-07-22
United States, Washington, Clallam, Obstruction Point, Milepost 21, 47.9139 -121.9804

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP46816R. Sprague   1959-08-08
United States, Idaho, near Wishard Peak, Saint Joe National Forest, 47.29306 -115.50778

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP51464B. D. Thyr   1961-07-16
United States, Montana, Flathead, west of Logan Pass, 48.69667 -113.71722, 2134m

WSP
Leptothyrium juncinum Cooke & Harkn.
WSP52782L. Bonar   1960-07-23
United States, California, Lower Gaylor Lake, Yosemite National Park, 37.85 -119.56667

WSP
WSP14095O. Treboux   1915-06-21
Russia, Kutrenhof, pr. Rigam, 60.586967 116.718748

WSP
WSP31614F. Petrak   1938-08-00
Czechoslovakia, Westin in Mahren, 49.375803 17.402832

WSP
WSP18323P. Vogel   1928-06-00
Germany, Brandenburg: Tamsel, 52.644585 13.236394

WSP
WSP22699H. Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Oestrich (Nassau), 51.372506 7.634703

WSP
Leptothyrium nitidum (Roberge) Grove
WSP3374J. M. Bates   1898-02-24
United States, Nebraska, Long Pine, 42.53639 -99.70028

WSP
Leptothyrium paeoniae-corallinae Bondartsev & Lebedeva
WSP14096L. Lebedew   1913-07-15
Russia, pr. Woronesch, 60.586967 116.718748

WSP
WSP15035J.B. Davis   1914-07-01
United States, Wisconsin, Vilas, Boulder Junction, 46.11333 -89.64444

WSP
WSP15037K. Starcs   1946-07-13
Germany, Mittelfranken, Kr. Hersbruck: Hersbruck, Steinberg, 49.643294 10.463407

WSP
WSP31692H.T. Darlington   1913-07-15
United States, Washington, Columbia, Poverty Flat, Blue Mountains, Wenaha Forest Reserve, 46.0776 -117.6707

WSP
WSP3375B.B. Higgins   1911-07-01
United States, New York, Tompkins, Ithaca, 42.44056 -76.49694

WSP
WSP34095W.G. Solheim; J.F. Brenckle   
United States, Wyoming, museum, Grand Teton National Park, 43.83333 -110.7, 2042m

WSP
WSP41470H. St. John; W.D. Courtney, C.S. Parker   1921-07-00
United States, Washington, Okanogan, Bonaparte Lake, Colville National Forest, 48.79333 -119.06

WSP
WSP45789J.B. Flett   1897-07-22
United States, Washington, Olympic Mountains, 47.87222 -123.66667

WSP
WSP50584A. W. Slipp   1939-08-01
United States, Idaho, Bonner, 10-12 chains north of junction between highway and Trail 246, 44.70083 -113.36972, 884m

WSP
WSP59859F. A. Young   1967-07-28
United States, Montana, Missoula, south side of Dickey Lake, 48.28361 -113.71639

WSP
WSP44475W. G. Solheim   1952-10-04
United States, Wyoming, Albany, Wheatland Cutoff, State Highway 34, Laramie Mountains, 41.52667 -105.49917, 1981m

WSP
Leptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr.) Sacc.
WSP3377Mrs. E. Bartholomew   1911-02-00
United States, Kansas, Rooks, Stockton, 39.43806 -99.26472

WSP
Leptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr.) Sacc.
WSP47603A. G. Cushman   1916-11-07
United States, Washington, Mason, Lake Cushman, 47.42167 -123.22167

WSP
Leptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr.) Sacc.
WSP54956H. C. Greene   1964-10-10
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, Governor Dodge State Park, 43.01444 -90.11

WSP
Leptothyrium protiicola Bat. & I.H. Lima
WSP48674Lidio Alves   1955-06-22
Brazil, Pernambuco, Paulista, -7.938679 -34.852247

WSP
WSP3378Unknown   1893-09-00
United States, New Jersey, Gloucester, Newfield, 39.54639 -75.02528

WSP
Leptothyrium punctiforme Berk. & M.A. Curtis
WSP3379J. Dearness   1908-10-00
Canada, Ontario, London, 42.983333 -81.25

WSP
Leptothyrium punctiforme Berk. & M.A. Curtis
WSP41595J. R. Anderson   1907-07-22
Canada, British Columbia, Mirror Lake, Kootenai District, 49.666667 -116.833333

WSP
WSP27538Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1899-02-13
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
Leptothyrium similisporum (Ellis & Davis) Davis
WSP35158J. J. Davis   1935-08-29
United States, Wisconsin, Grant, Muscoda, 43.185 -90.44306

WSP
Leptothyrium similisporum (Ellis & Davis) Davis
WSP41694H. C. Greene   1955-08-24
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, Madison, 43.07306 -89.40111

WSP
Leptothyrium similisporum (Ellis & Davis) Davis
WSP44137H. C. Greene   1956-07-18
United States, Wisconsin, Iowa, near Muscoda, 43.185 -90.44306

WSP
WSP3380J. Dearness   1910-08-04
Canada, Ontario, Oakland, 46.683333 -84.55

WSP
WSP28632H.H.V. Hord   1949-08-04
United States, Idaho, Reeder Bay Camp, Priest Lake, Kaniksu National Forest, 48.49056 -116.9025


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