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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Tilletia elymi Dietel & Holw.
WSP34666Unknown   1924-00-00
Uzbekistan, 41.707542 63.84911

WSP
Ustilago erianthi Syd. & P. Syd.
WSP34841Bornmuller   1913-08-10
Uzbekistan, Turkestania, Buchara prov. Baldshnan inter Kangurt et Tutkaue, 41.524722 69.412778

WSP
Ustilago vavilorii
WSP35009Unknown   
Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41.316667 69.25

WSP
WSP63906Zaprometov   1924-07-19
Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41.316667 69.25

WSP
WSP64058Tranzschel, W.   1900-07-21
Uzbekistan, Turkestan: Fergana (Farg'ona) province, Osch (Osh) district, Gultscha area, 40.532445 72.802729

WSP
WSP68810Nielsen, Jens   1988-05-31
Uzbekistan, Navoiy Province, Tamdy District, Sharkrom, 41.707542 63.84911

WSP
WSP70548J. Nielsen   1988-05-30
Uzbekistan, (U.S.S.R.),Raion Gallyaaralskij, Avliya, 39.91666667 67.61666667, 1000m

WSP
WSP74152W. Tranzschel   1900-07-08
Uzbekistan, Turkestan: Fergana (Farg'ona) province, Osch (Osh) district, Gultscha area, 40.532445 72.802729


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