Dataset: WSP
Taxa: Amphisphaerella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Amphisphaerella xylostei (Pers.:Fr.) M. de Rulamort
WSP70049Ch. Scheuer   1991-08-20
Austria, Tirol, Karwendel-Gebirge: Nordkette by Innsbruck, between the uppermost parking area in Halital and Herrenhausern, 47.326389 11.480556, 1400m

WSP
Amphisphaerella whitmanensis J.D. Rogers
WSP72885J.D. Rogers   1976-11-11
United States, Washington, Whitman, breaks of Snake River (hills above river), 46.6 -117.25

WSP
Amphisphaerella whitmanensis J.D. Rogers
WSP72886J.D. Rogers   1976-11-14
United States, Washington, Whitman, breaks of the Snake River (hills above river), 46.6 -117.25

WSP
Amphisphaerella whitmanensis J.D. Rogers
WSP72887J.D. Rogers   1976-11-28
United States, Washington, Whitman, breaks of Snake River (hills above river), 46.6 -117.25

WSP
Amphisphaerella whitmanensis J.D. Rogers
WSP72888J.D. Rogers   1976-12-18
United States, Washington, Whitman, breaks of Snake River (hills above river), 46.6 -117.25

WSP
Amphisphaerella whitmanensis J.D. Rogers
WSP72889J.D. Rogers   1984-11-14
United States, Washington, Whitman, breaks of Snake River (hills above river), 46.6 -117.25


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