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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

Puccinia rubigo-vera (DC.) G. Winter
WSP13487Bucholtz, F.   1909-00-03
Egypt, Livonia, Osilia, Kielkond, 26.200608 29.844849

Ustilago brachypodii
WSP34798unknown   1878-03-03
Egypt, Mariont, 26.200608 29.844849

WSP34953Unknown   1876-00-00
Egypt, Talcha, pr. Mansurah, 31.036373 31.380691

WSP34954Unknown   1887-00-00
Egypt, Cairo, 30.191099 31.198018

WSP35703Le. E. Melchers; Y. Farag   1928-09-07
Egypt, Giza, 30.013951 31.208528

Ustilago hypodytes (Schltdl.) Fr.
WSP38239Schweinfurth   1880-05-00
Egypt, Belbes, in Nile delta, 30.41581 31.562393

Sporisorium lepturi (Thüm.) Vánky
WSP70514J. Poelt   1990-04-12
Egypt, Luxor, at the Nile River, 25.68333333 32.4

Alternaria longissma
WSP71869E.G. Simmons   2010-05-20
Egypt, not given, 26.200608 29.844849

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