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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Sphacelotheca cordobensis (Speg.) H.S. Jacks.
WSP17784R. Ciferri   1931-12-00
Dominica, Prov. Santiago, Hato del Yaque, 15.454542 -61.332062

WSP
WSP18786R. Ciferri   1929-07-00
Dominica, S. Domingo: Nigua, 15.454542 -61.332062

WSP
Phomachora eugeniae (F. Stevens) Petr.
WSP18830R. Ciferri   1929-05-00
Dominica, S. Domingo: Moncion, 15.454542 -61.332062

WSP
Sphaceloma citri (E.E. Butler) Cif.
WSP18949R. Ciferri   1931-02-00
Dominica, Santiago, Moca, 15.454542 -61.332062

WSP
Sphacelotheca cordobensis (Speg.) H.S. Jacks.
WSP34533Unknown   1930-09-17
Dominica, Prov. Santiago, Hato del Yaque, 15.454542 -61.332062

WSP
Appendiculella echinus (Henn.) Höhn.
WSP64900M.L. Farr   1966-01-11
Dominica, B.W.I: St. David, c. 100 yards. E. of road intersection between St. David Bay & Rosalie roads, along latter, 15.454542 -61.332062, 427m


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