Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Ecuador; Napo; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP73388W. Till   180072003-02-10
Ecuador, Napo, Estacion Biologica Jatun Sacha, 8 km ESE of Misahuallí on right bank of Rio Napo, -1.08083 -77.614388

WSP
Xylaria telfairii (Berk.) Sacc.
WSP73773E.W. Davis   1981-04-11
Ecuador, Napo, Province Napo, confluence of Quiwado & Tiwaeno Rivers, -0.63464 -77.743745

WSP
Xylaria rhopaloides Kunze ex Sacc.
WSP75155T. Læssøe   1983-06-12
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Lagarto Cocha; 2 hours upstream from Rio Agaurico from Redondo Cocha to Gamitara Cocha, -0.832377 -78.045869

WSP
Xylaria aburiensis (Dennis) D. Hawksw.
WSP75156T. Læssøe   1986-06-26
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75157T. Læssøe   1985-06-28
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Arangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
Stilbohypoxylon samuelsii J.D. Rogers & Y.M. Ju
WSP75159T. Læssøe   1985-06-19
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75160T. Læssøe   1985-06-21
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75161T. Læssøe   1985-08-15
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Laguna Taracoa, -0.465468 -76.7583

WSP
Xylaria griseo-olivacea J.D. Rogers & Rossman
WSP75162T. Læssøe   1985-06-23
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75163T. Læssøe   1983-06-20
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865, 260 - 350m

WSP
WSP75164T. Læssøe   1985-08-26
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75165T. Læssøe   1985-06-20
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865

WSP
WSP75167T. Læssøe   1983-04-11
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Ysinni, mouth of Lake Garza Cocha

WSP
WSP75168T. Læssøe   1983-06-22
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Napo, Anangu, -1.001923 -77.477865


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