Dataset: RMS
Taxa: Haplosporella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wyoming, Wilhelm G. Solheim Mycological Herbarium


RMS
Haplosporella alpina Ellis & Everh.
RMS0012453W. B. Cooke   265971950-06-21
United States, Utah, Davis, top of ridge above Parrish Creek experimental plots; 40.92333 -111.86472, 40.92333 -111.86472

RMS
Haplosporella alpina Ellis & Everh.
RMS0012454W. B. Cooke   268831950-07-27
United States, Washington, Pierce, N. Reflection Lake, Mt. Rainier National Park.

RMS
Haplosporella bignoniae (Schwein.) Starb├Ąck
RMS0012455C. L. Shear   102311922-10-00
United States, Virgin Islands, Arlington Farm

RMS
Haplosporella caespitulosa
RMS0012456D. Petrak   s.n.1918-05-08

RMS
Haplosporella dulcamara
RMS0012464H. S. Jackson   130421935-10-20
Canada, Ontario, Holland R. Marsh; 44.10158 -79.558128, 44.10158 -79.558128

RMS
RMS0024270R. Ciferri   s.n.1927-01-00
Dominican Republic, Santiago, Valle del Cibao, Santiago Prov, Hato del Yaque along a road

RMS
Haplosporella clintonii
RMS0031554J. F. Brenckle   s.n.1928-03-11
United States, South Dakota


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