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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP34518Unknown   1909-00-00
Cameroon, Garua: Leinde, 9.320328 13.394164

WSP
Ustilago kamerunensis Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP34875Ledermann   1908-12-13
Cameroon, Djutitasa Kamerun, 6.752785 13.271973

WSP
Testicularia africana K. Vanky & M. Piatek
WSP72001A.L. Njouonkou   2007-03-07
Cameroon, Dept. Menoua, town of Dschang, Lake Dschang (Lac Municipal), 5.449312 10.068809, 1392m

WSP
Leucocintractia scleriae (DC.) M. Piepenbr., Begerow & Oberw.
WSP72020A.L. Njouonkou   2007-03-07
Cameroon, Dept. Menoua, town of Dschang, Lake Dschang, 5.449158 10.068482, 1392m

WSP
WSP74251G.J. Samuels   89932001-07-10
Cameroon, Reserve Faunal de Dja, 3.155921 13.005011

WSP
WSP74800Rev. Chas. Schwab   1930-00-00
Cameroon, West Africa; Sakbayeme, 4.053196 10.567869


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