Dataset: OSU-F
Taxa: Ascodesmidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus ciliatus (W. Phillips) Mussat
79770J. Trappe   1992-03-18
United States, Oregon, Curry, Cape Blanco, 61m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus lasioboloides Marchal
138334Nancy Weber   1993-04-03
United States, Oregon, Polk, Falls City, OR

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
130610J. Trappe   319182007-04-27
United States, Washington, Chelan, Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Harlequin Campground, 366m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
79780J. Trappe   117671991-04-20
United States, Washington, Clallam, Olympic National Park, Elwha River near park entrance. On elk dung., 91m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
79755J. Trappe; N. Weber, T. O'Dell   1991-04-23
United States, Washington, Jefferson, Olympic National Park, Hoh River, West Twin Creek Research Natural Area., 168m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
79791J. Trappe   1991-04-21
United States, Washington, Clallam, Olympic National Park, Sol Duc campground, 518m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
79775J. Trappe   1991-04-23
United States, Washington, Jefferson, Olympic National Park, West Twin Creek Research Natural area, 168m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
152134Daphne Stone   DS-842013-07-18
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales Island, Tongass N.F, NE of Staney Creek cabin, SE of Naukati, Masada., 55.49 -133.07, 248m

OSU-OSC:F
Lasiobolus macrotrichus Rea
151969John Villella   JV13-1072013-07-16
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales Island, Tongass N.F, SE of Coffman Cove, S of Luck Lake., 55.54 -132.44, 203m


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