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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

Dasyscyphus calycina
WSP14610J. S. Boyce   1925-06-19
Wales, near Chirk, Denbighshire, 52.936141 -3.071474, 366m

Rhabdospora caulicola (Sacc.) Sacc.
WSP30809P. G. M. Rhodes   1927-07-16
Wales, Shore, Trywn y Penrhyn, Penmon, Anglesea, 53.303693 -4.065106

Rhapdospora cervariae
WSP30810P. G. M. Rhodes   1927-07-17
Wales, Salt-marsh, Penmon, Anglesea, 53.304514 -4.06236

WSP32341C.L. Shear   1930-09-06
Wales, Flintshire, 1 mi. west of Mold, 53.169398 -3.165086

Hypoxylon chestersii J.D. Rogers & Whalley
WSP61086A. J. S. Whalley   1976-12-27
Wales, Vicinity of Llanfair p.g, Anglesey, N. Wales, 53.283333 -4.333333

Quaternaria quaternata (Pers.) J. Schröt.
WSP73122Ahmed Khalil   2014-03-00
Wales, not given, 52.322458 -4.04248

Nemania diffusa (Sowerby) Gray
wSP74525J.D. Rogers   1990-08-00
Wales, North Wales, 52.970094 -3.790836

Rosellinia britannica L.E. Petrini, Petrini & S.M. Francis
WSP74526J.D. Rogers   1990-08-00
Wales, North Wales, near Ruthin, Memorial Wood, 53.114873 -3.310311

WSP75187A.J.S. Whalley   4831977-04-09
Wales, Llanfair P.G. (Llanfairpwllgwyngyll), 53.223183 -4.200484

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Google Map

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