Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Russia?; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP14116Illegible   1916-05-29
Russia?, illegible, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
Phragmidium potentillae (Pers.) P. Karst.
WSP14161illegible   1915-08-28
Russia?, illegible, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
Plasmopara pusilla (de Bary) J. Schröter
WSP14184F. Bucholtz   1915-07-20
Russia?, Krjukowo, prov. mosquensis, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
WSP14303illegible   1916-05-29
Russia?, illegible on label

WSP
WSP14304illegible   1916-07-20
Russia?, illegible on label

WSP
WSP14363?   1916-07-28
Russia?, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
Ramularia lactea (Desm.) Sacc.
WSP14364unknown   1916-06-12
Russia?, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
WSP14367J. Mikutowicz   1915-07-12
Russia?, Atgasen, pr. Rigam, 61.524 105.3188

WSP
Rhytisma acerinum (Pers.) Fr.
WSP14392Unknown   1909-05-15
Russia?, Unknown, 61.524 105.3188


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