Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Puerto Rico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP6574Stevens, F.L.   1912-12-24
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Porto Rico, 18.198894 -67.140396

WSP
Puccinia cannae (Wint.) Henn.
WSP6602Stevens, F.L.   1912-07-28
Puerto Rico, Anasco, 18.286612 -67.113629

WSP
WSP8071Stevens, F.L.   1913-02-03
Puerto Rico, Guanica, 17.97281 -66.908571

WSP
Puccinia leonotidis (Henn.) Arth.
WSP8207Stevens, F.L.   1913-01-01
Puerto Rico, Coamo Springs, 18.079962 -66.357947

WSP
WSP73015Hank Washburn   1998-06-10
Puerto Rico, Río Grande, Mameyes II, Caribbean (now El Yunque) National Forest, La Coca Trail, 18.318801 -65.771362


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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