Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: India; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Xylaria ustorum (Pat.) Dennis
WSP75138A.K. Kar   PCC 32281980-07-15
India, West Bengal, Calcutta (Kolkata), Salt Lake, 22.587047 88.417021

WSP
WSP75139A.K. Kar   PCC 30041979-08-05
India, West Bengal, Darjeeling, Singla, 27.119679 88.294306

WSP
WSP75141A.K. Kar   PCC 30091979-08-07
India, West Bengal, Darjeeling, Dawaipani, 27.047339 88.317857

WSP
WSP75142A.K. Kar   PCC 30011979-08-02
India, West Bengal, Darjeeling, Lava Forest, 27.078828 88.648253

WSP
Xylaria oxyacanthae Tul. & C. Tul.
WSP75143A.K. Kar   PCC 30031979-08-03
India, West Bengal, Darjeeling, 27.041022 88.266274

WSP
WSP75144A.K. Kar   PCC 31111979-08-30
India, Mallikpur, 22.324516 88.127918

WSP
Xylaria multiplex (Kunze) Fr.
WSP75146R. Deori   501987-00-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
WSP75147R. Deori   491988-06-13
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
Xylaria feejeensis (Berk.) Fr.
WSP75148R. Deori   471987-10-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
WSP75149R. Deori   461987-08-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
WSP75150R. Deori   441987-06-23
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
Xylaria nigripes (Klotzsch) Cooke
WSP75151R. Deori   421987-09-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
WSP75152R. Deori   401987-09-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
WSP75153R. Deori   431987-09-09
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355

WSP
Xylaria nigripes (Klotzsch) Cooke
WSP75154R. Deori   451987-09-00
India, Assam, Assam, 26.279437 93.113355


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