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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Tilletia tritici (Bjerk.) G. Winter
WSP65567Macdonald, F.   1924-08-00
Scotland, Midlothian, 55.833333 -3.083333

WSP
WSP65663Unknown   1821-00-00
Scotland, Glasgow, 55.863207 -4.265106

WSP
Ustilago avenae (Pers.) Rostr.
WSP68899A. Angus   1981-07-05
Scotland, Fife, Boarhills, Parkmill, ESE oppid. St. Andrews, 56.31666667 -2.716666667, 46m

WSP
Ustilago violacea (Pers.) Roussel
WSP68908A. Angus   1981-06-16
Scotland, Fife, "Kenly Burn", Boarhills, ESE oppid. St. Andrews, 56.31666667 -2.716666667, 46m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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