Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Australia; South Australia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Tilletia fusca Ellis & Everh.
WSP64043Samuel, G.   1923-11-00
Australia, South Australia, Pinnaroo, -35.259548 140.908124

WSP
Tilletia fusca Ellis & Everh.
WSP73630G. Samuel   1923-11-08
Australia, South Australia, Pinnaroo, -35.259128 140.909412

WSP
Tilletia decipiens (Pers.) Körn.
WSP74148J.B. Cleland   1929-01-11
Australia, South Australia, Myponga, -35.391744 138.463819

WSP
WSP74154H.W. Andrews   1919-01-08
Australia, South Australia, Millbrook, -34.83557 138.799492

WSP
WSP74174G. Samuel   1926-03-00
Australia, South Australia, Long Gully, -35.019918 138.661474

WSP
Tilletia ehrhartae P.H.B. Talbot
WSP74390R.G. Shivas   2001-10-06
Australia, South Australia, c. 280 km ESE of Adelaide, between Murray Bridge & Pinnaroo, -35.379104 140.043681, 170m

WSP
WSP74396R.G. Shivas   2001-10-05
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide, near Belair National Park, Windy Point, -35.000555 138.606544, 290m


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