Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: Zimbabwe; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
barcode-00213578C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47391999-03-15
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland North, 25 km SE Binga 17°48'09" S, 27°25'04" E, -17.813333 27.4236111

FH:FH
Sporisorium gayanum K. Vánky & C. Vánky
barcode-00213577C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47321999-03-16
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland North, 12 km N Lusulu 17°58'54" S, 27°50'09" E, -17.982777 27.8472222

FH:FH
Sporisorium hwangense K. Vánky & C. Vánky
barcode-00213513C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47241999-03-06
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland North, Hwange (Wankie) National Park, Main Camp, Sedina Water Hole. 18°44'03" S, 26°57'06" E, -18.745555 26.9658333

FH:FH
barcode-00213754   1999-03-02
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland South Prov. 30 km SE Bulawayo 20°17'16" S, 28°55'55" E, -20.288055 28.9319444

FH:FH
barcode-00213816C. Vánky & K. Vánky   51841999-02-22
Zimbabwe, Manicaland Prov, Nynanga Ntl. Part, Mtarazi Waterfalls 18°29'07" S, 32°47'36" E, -18.491388 32.7963888

FH:FH
barcode-00213575C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47291999-03-11
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland North, Hwange (Wankie) National Park, 15 km N Robins Camp, "Tshowe Loop" 18°33'49" S, 25°59'44" E, -18.559166 25.9997222

FH:FH
barcode-00213576C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47181999-02-21
Zimbabwe, Manicaland, 31 km SSE Nyanga, "Scinic Route" 18°25'09" S, 32°44'56" E, -18.423611 32.7455555

FH:FH
Ustilago austro-africana K. Vánky & C. Vánky K. Vánky & C. Vánky
barcode-00213514C. Vánky & K. Vánky   47281999-03-02
Zimbabwe, Midlands Prov, 13 km SW Zvishawane 20°21'19" S, 29°57'20" E, -20.355833 29.9658333


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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