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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Peronospora viciae (Berk.) de Bary
WSP31207Herter; Schulz, Strahl.   1925-10-00
Uruguay, Cerro, Montevideo, -34.879172 -56.268196

WSP
WSP34540Unknown   1905-10-22
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.9011 -56.1645

WSP
WSP34565Unknown   1935-04-00
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.9011 -56.1645

WSP
Ustilago panici-carthaginensis
WSP34920Unknown   1927-06-00
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.9011 -56.1645

WSP
WSP36062Herter   1926-09-00
Uruguay, Cerro Casabo, -34.879172 -56.268196

WSP
Dictyopanus pusillus (Pers. ex Lév.) Singer
WSP59661N.G. Zorron   1959-07-18
Uruguay, Fertin de Santa Rosa, Canelones, -34.533333 -56.283333

WSP
Pseudopeziza relbunii Gamundí & S. Wright
WSP59738A. Mauricis ?   1959-09-27
Uruguay, Departamento de Canelones, San Jose, -34.866667 -56

WSP
WSP59746Roseugustt (?)   1966-02-14
Uruguay, Rocha, --- Pedrera (?), Rocha, -34.589826 -54.12834

WSP
WSP59747Zorron, N. Garcia   1924-11-25
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.9011 -56.1645

WSP
WSP59748Zorron, Garcia   1962-12-27
Uruguay, Montevideo, Montevideo, Jard. Bot. Fac. Agr., -34.873268 -56.170318

WSP
WSP59749Zorron, N. Garcia   1963-04-30
Uruguay, Montevideo, -34.9011 -56.1645

WSP
WSP59829N. Garcia-Zorron   1963-11-03
Uruguay, Dept. Paysandu, Route 3, Ishe (?) la carretera (?), -32 -57.25

WSP
WSP60403Zorron, N. Garcia   1963-11-03
Uruguay, Departamento de Salto, Sato [Salto], -31.38002 -57.942581

WSP
Tilletia maclagani (Berk.) G.P. Clinton
WSP64508Rosenqurtt, B.   
Uruguay, -32.467202 -55.919609

WSP
WSP71521Tres Truinta   
Uruguay, -32.467202 -55.919609

WSP
WSP71598unknown   1963-05-16
Uruguay, Tacuarembó, villa (?) del Rio Uruguay (?), San Gregorio (San Jose), -32.616667 -55.833333


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