Dataset: WSP
Search Criteria: Sri Lanka; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Fusicladium pongamiae Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP17504T. Petch   1913-12-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Peradeniya, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
WSP17563T. Petch   1914-03-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Hakgala, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
WSP17753Petch, T.   1914-01-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Hakgala, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
Marchalia constellata (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.
WSP18803T. Petch   1914-02-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Peradeniya, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
WSP18903T. Petch   1914-03-00
Sri Lanka, Hakgala, 6.9166 80.8117

WSP
WSP19307T. Petch   1913-02-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Peradeniya, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
WSP2057T. Petch   1913-08-00
Sri Lanka, Hakgala, Ceylong, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
Aecidium rhytismoideum Berk. & Broome
WSP30927Petch, T.   1912-02-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Peradeniya, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
WSP34834Unknown   1912-00-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
Ustilago spermoidea Berk. & Broome
WSP34976Unknown   1913-05-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
Ustilago tonglinensis Tracy & Earle
WSP34994Unknown   1911-12-00
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Peradeniya, 7.643071 80.5954

WSP
Farysia thuemeni
WSP60451K. Vanky   1974-03-13
Sri Lanka, cca. 20 km S. oppid. Nuwara Eliya, montium Totapola, 6.833333333 18.08333333, 2000m

WSP
Ustilago affinis Ellis & Everh.
WSP60461Vanky, K.   1974-03-18
Sri Lanka, pag. Anuradhapura; Ceylon: pag. Anuradhapura, 8.3 80.333333

WSP
WSP60471Vanky, K.   1974-03-13
Sri Lanka, Central Province, town of Nuwara Eliya, Totapula Mt., 6.949545 80.789224, 2000 - 2000m

WSP
Ustilago tonglinensis Tracy & Earle
WSP60473Vanky, K.   1974-03-15
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: inter oppid. Nuwara Eliya et Kandy, pag. Rambada; inter oppid. Nuwara Eliya et Kandy, pag. Ramboda, 7.05 18

WSP
Doassansia alsimatis-oligococci
WSP65403K. Vanky   1974-03-12
Sri Lanka, Yala National Park, 6.333333333 81, 15m

WSP
WSP65404Vanky, K.   1975-03-18
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): pr. pag. Bandarawela, 6.833333333 80.8, 1300m

WSP
Entyloma dahliae (Sternon) Cif.
WSP65405K. Vanky   1975-03-19
Sri Lanka, Ceylon: Hakgala, Hortus Botanicus, par. oppid. Nuwara Eliya, 6.916666667 17.83333333, 1900m

WSP
WSP65407K. Vanky   1974-03-14
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): montium Totapula, cca 20 km S. oppid. Nuwara Eliya, 6.783333333 80.83333333, 2200m

WSP
Liroa emodensis (Berk.) Cif.
WSP65408Vanky, K.   1975-03-18
Sri Lanka, montium Totapola pr. oppid. Nuwara Eliya; Montium Totapola pr. Oppid. Nuwara Eliya, 6.833333333 79.88333333, 1800 - 1800m

WSP
Ramphospora nymphaeae
WSP65409K. Vanky   1975-03-25
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): ca. 25km. N. oppid. Colombo, 7.083333333 -16.91666667, 5m

WSP
Sorosporium formosanum (Sawada) Sawada
WSP65411K. Vanky   1975-03-20
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): pr. urbem Nuwara Eliya, 80.73333333 , 1700m

WSP
WSP65413Vanky, K.   1975-03-18
Sri Lanka, pr. pag. Bandarawela; Ceylon: pr. Pag. Bandarawela, 6.833333333 81, 1200 - 1200m

WSP
Sorosporium flagellatum Syd., P. Syd. & E.J. Butler
WSP65456K. Vanky   1974-03-09
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): pr. oppid. Galle, 6.083333333 80.25

WSP
Sorosporium tumefaciens (Hennings) Zundel
WSP65458K. Vanky   1975-03-23
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): pag. Anuradhapura, 8.3 80.33333333, 100m

WSP
WSP66470K. Vanky   1980-02-12
Sri Lanka, (Ceylon): Northern district, c. 5 km NW opid. Mannar., 9 79.88333333, 5m

WSP
WSP66508Vanky, K.; Nybom, H.   1980-02-12
Sri Lanka, Northern Province, pr. Mannar, 8.916666667 79.95, 5 - 5m

WSP
WSP68940K. Vanky   1974-03-18
Sri Lanka, North Central Province, 35 km NW oppid. Polonnaruva, pag. Habarana, 8.033333333 80.75, 250m

WSP
Sporisorium flagellatum (Syd., P. Syd. & E.J. Butler) Vánky
WSP72022K. Vanky   1975-03-21
Sri Lanka, Peradeniya, Botanic Garden Kandy, 7.27 80.59694444, 485m

WSP
Microcyclus walsurae Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP9936F. Petrak   1913-03-11
Sri Lanka, Ceylon, 7.643071 80.5954


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