Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Congo OR Democratic Republic of the; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Ustilago congensis Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP34815Vanderyst   1908-00-00
Congo, Kisantu, -5.116667 15.083333

WSP
WSP34941Unknown   1944-00-00
Congo, Belgian Congo, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
WSP34962Vanderyst   1906-00-00
Congo, Dembo, -5.133333 15.316667

WSP
Ustilago vanderysti
WSP35010Unknown   1907-05-08
Congo, Kisantu et Dembo, -5.116667 15.083333

WSP
WSP63638Lindner, D.   1926-12-29
Congo, Bunba, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
WSP63923A. Chevalier ?   1903-00-00
Congo, not given, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
WSP63924Chevalier   
Congo, Chari, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
WSP63925Chevalier, A.   1903-08-31
Congo, Chari Territory, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
WSP63934Hendrickx   1947-07-00
Congo, Nioka, -2.931176 23.379395

WSP
Elsinoe fawcetti Bitanc. & Jenkins
WSP64975Dr. P. Staner   1938-11-22
Congo, Jardin Botanique, Belgian Congo, -2.931176 23.379395


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