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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP57427H. Goree   1966-08-06
United States, Washington, Whitman, Washington State University campus, Pullman, 46.73111 -117.15722

WSP
Lecanora muralis (Schreb.) Rabenh.
WSP57458David Hudson   1967-04-11
United States, Washington, Whitman, Johnson Beach on Rock Lake, 47.18444 -117.68111

WSP
WSP58351Doris E. Baltzo   1968-12-28
United States, California, Lassen, near Highway 395, 8 miles north of Milford, 40.287338 -120.37139, 914 - 1219m

WSP
Xanthoria polycarpa (Hoffm.) Rieber
WSP58352Ronald Russo   1968-01-22
United States, California, Contra Costa, Grizzly Peak Boulevard, Tilden Regional Park, Berkeley Hills, 37.88306 -122.2375

WSP
WSP66601D. E. Anderegg   1977-06-10
United States, Washington, San Juan, on the island of San Juan, hillside above Dead Man Bay, 47.86 -121.33972

WSP
Xanthoria (Fr.) Th. Fr.
WSP71588H. Goree   1966-08-04
United States, Washington, Whitman, Pullman, Washington State University campus, 46.73111 -117.15722


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