Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: New Guinea; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Cunninghamella blakesleana
WSP29275Unknown   1945-08-26
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
WSP29279G. W. Martin   1944-00-00
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
WSP29280G. W. Martin   1945-00-00
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
WSP29281G. W. Martin   1945-00-00
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
Chaetomium velutinum Ellis & Everh.
WSP29282G. W. Martin   1944-00-00
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
Diplostephanus nidulons
WSP29283E. T. Reese   1944-11-17
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
WSP29285W.B. Cooke   1945-01-18
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984

WSP
WSP29286W.B. Cooke   1945-08-27
New Guinea, -6.969751 145.976984


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