Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Austria; Oberosterreich; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Puccinia oreoselini (F. Strauss) Körn.
WSP69798Melzer, H.   1997-06-01
Austria, Oberosterreich, Wels, Oberosterreich, Wels, between the Verschiebe railroad station and the through tracks; MTB 7850/1, 48.18338 14.062988, 315m

WSP
Phaeoseptoria culmorum
WSP69856Ch. Scheuer   1984-04-21
Austria, Oberosterreich, Steyr-Land, Oberosterreich, southerly region from Steyr, St. Ulrich; GF 7952/4, 48.021092 14.438478, 450m

WSP
Phaeosphaeria culmorum (Auersw.) Leuchtm.
WSP69870Ch. Scheuer   1984-04-21
Austria, Oberosterreich, Steyr-Land, Upper Austria, southerly area from Steyr; at Garsten, by the bridge over the regulated mouth area of the Garstner creek by the Garstner Enns power station, by the Garstner swimming pool; GF7952/3, 48.019621 14.412414, 298m

WSP
Phaeosphaeria culmorum (Auersw.) Leuchtm.
WSP69871Ch. Scheuer   1984-04-21
Austria, Oberosterreich, Steyr-Land, Oberosterreich, region south from Steyr, St. Ulrich, 48.019901 14.435678, 450m

WSP
Taphrina alni (Berk. & Broome) Gjaerum
WSP73612M. Sobotik   2016-08-14
Austria, Oberosterreich, Upper Austria, district Gmunden, NE of Bad Goisern, 2.1km N of the hamlet Pichlern, below the cliff Zwerchwand, 47.661187 13.664579, 1100m

WSP
Taphrina alni (Berk. & Broome) Gjaerum
WSP73613M. Sobotik   2016-08-14
Austria, Oberosterreich, Upper Austria, district Gmunden, NE of Bad Goisern, 2.3km N of the hamlet Pichlern, below the cliff Zwerchwand, 47.663514 13.669339, 1200m


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