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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP34549Unknown   1929-09-20
Kenya, Eldoret, 0.520356 35.269925

WSP
Naemacyclus niveus (Pers.) Sacc.
WSP51349Dr. I.A.S. Gibson of Kikuyu, Kenya   1962-01-00
Kenya, Timboroa, 0.031954 35.514769, - 2743m

WSP
Dothistroma pini var. linearis Hulbary; (Thyr & Shaw)
WSP51856Dr. Gibson   1961-09-00
Kenya, Kerita, S. Aberdares, -1 36.633333

WSP
WSP63639Unknown   1952-02-00
Kenya, Rimsu, 0.0236 37.9062

WSP
WSP63935Nattrass, R.H.   1951-12-00
Kenya, Nakuru, -0.283333 36.066667

WSP
WSP65452O. Hedberg; K. Vanky   1976-12-30
Kenya, Naivasha, -0.75 36.46666667, 1890m

WSP
WSP65470Vanky, K.   1977-01-09
Kenya, ca.30 km E oppid Voi, -3.383333333 38.5, 650 - 650m

WSP
WSP65471Hedberg, O.; Vanky, K.   1976-12-30
Kenya, ad lacum Naivasha;0-45 S, 36-28 E, -0.75 36.46666667, 1890 - 1890m

WSP
WSP73352Thomas Bardorf   1999-04-20
Kenya, Mamba Village, near Mombasa, -4.041133 39.703071

WSP
WSP73763L. Ryvarden   54951970-01-21
Kenya, Western, Kakamega, Kakamega Distr, Kakamega Forest, near Yala River 5-7km S. of Forest Station, 0.206163 34.896018, 1500 - 1700m

WSP
Xylaria dichotoma (Mont.) Mont.
WSP74810L. Ryvarden   52251970-01-21
Kenya, Western, Kakamega, Kakamega Distr, Kakamega Forest, near Yala River, 5-7km S. of Forest Station, 0.198611 34.858599, 1500 - 1700m

WSP
WSP74860L. Ryvarden   54941970-01-21
Kenya, Western, Kakamega, Kakamega Distr, Kakamega Forest, near Yala River, 5-7km S. of Forest Station; 0.198611 34.858599, 0.198611 34.858599, 1500 - 1700m


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