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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Schroeteria cissi var. usambarensis (DC.) de Toni; (P. Henn.)
WSP34470unknown   
Tanzania, Tanga Region, Lushoto, Usambara, -4.777371 38.472534

WSP
WSP34517Unknown   1927-01-24
Tanzania, Kigoma Tanganyka Territory, -4.884312 29.653395

WSP
WSP34576Unknown   1926-01-00
Tanzania, Tabora Region, Tabora, Tanganyika Territory, -5.951988 33.841846

WSP
WSP34822unknown   
Tanzania, Zanzibar, -6.166667 39.333333

WSP
WSP66487Unknown   1977-12-13
Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, ad oram., -6.85 39.3, 5m

WSP-wSP
WSP72932I. Krisai   1985-01-31
Tanzania, Tanga Region, Lushoto, Tanga region, West Usambara Mountains, -4.758211 38.424469

WSP
Xylaria telfairii (Berk.) Sacc.
WSP72942A. Borhidi   84161984-01-29
Tanzania, Tanga Region, Lushoto, Tanga region, Usambaras rain forest, Kidabwa Valley; -4.808443 38.477966, -4.808443 38.477966

WSP
Hypoxylon thouarsianum var. macrosporum F. San Martín, Y.M. Ju & J.D. Rogers
WSP72944T. Pocs   1984-03-08
Tanzania, Tanga Region, Lushoto, Tanga region, West Usambara Mountains, -4.771897 38.401123

WSP
wsp72949I. Krisai   36881985-02-07
Tanzania, Tanga Region, Lushoto, Tanga region, West Usambara Mountains, Kitara Ridge F.R, around Kilungala summit; Loc. 8538, -4.717667 38.416744, 1900 - 1980m

WSP
Xylaria schweinitzii Berk. & M.A. Curtis
wsp72950I. Krisai   35851985-01-27
Tanzania, Tanga region, Korogwe, Tanga region, SW of West Usambara Mountains, on the plateau of Mafi Hill, near the headwaters of Kwalukonge stream, Loc. 8522, -4.933419 38.144335


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Google Map

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