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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Apostemidium guernisaci (P. Crouan & H. Crouan) Boud.
WSP19280A. Ludwig   1942-05-00
Germany, Westfalen - North Rhine, Kr. Siegen Mittelhees, 51.166128 7.361328

WSP
Apostemidium guernisaci (P. Crouan & H. Crouan) Boud.
WSP31507Dr. A. Ludwig   1939-05-29
Germany, North Rhine - Westphalia, 51.110982 10.4375

WSP
Vibrissea decolorans (Saut.) A. Sánchez & Korf
WSP69989Ch. Scheuer   1991-08-23
Austria, Osterreich, Tirol, Otztal, Untergurgl, under E-exponierte Abhange der Sonnbergalm, 46.88333333 11.03333333, - 1800m

WSP
Vibrissea decolorans (Saut.) A. Sánchez & Korf
WSP70036Ch. Scheuer; A. Nograsek & W. Pongratz   1991-08-24
Austria, Osterreich, Tirol, Otztal Untergurgl, under E-exponierte Abhange der Sonnbergalm, W oberhalb von Dreihausern, 46.88333333 11.03333333, - 1800m

WSP
Vibrissea truncorum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.
WSP18372A. Ludwig   1926-05-00
Germany, Westfalen: Burgholdinghausen bei Siegen, 51.166128 7.361328

WSP
Vibrissea truncorum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.
WSP30305G. D. Huttleson; C. T. Rogerson   1948-06-08
United States, New York, Madison, Hilltop Swamp, 1 mile southwest of Cazenovia, 42.919756 -75.86705

WSP
Vibrissea truncorum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.
WSP44275C. G. Shaw   1955-09-20
United States, Idaho, Shoshone, Snow Peak, 47.04556 -115.63194

WSP
Vibrissea truncorum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.
WSP67014W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1980-06-30
United States, Alaska, Glacier Bay National Monument, Forest Nature Trail, 58.75 -136.5


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