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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Jumillera hawaiiensis J.D. Rogers & Y.M. Ju
WSP70172J. D. Rogers   2000-01-04
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, Kokee, Kauai, 21.94389 -159.49389

WSP
Jumillera hypophlaea (Berk. & Ravenel) J.D. Rogers, Y.M. Ju & F. San Martín
wSP74587Robert L. Gilbertson   116551977-01-16
United States, Arizona, Pinal, Pinal Parkway (State Hwy. 79), 32.783727 -111.165824

WSP
Jumillera hypophlaea (Berk. & Ravenel) J.D. Rogers, Y.M. Ju & F. San Martín
WSP74635J.D. Rogers   1968-04-00
United States, North Carolina, Wake, Wake County, 35.790244 -78.650308

WSP
Jumillera hypophlaea (Berk. & Ravenel) J.D. Rogers, Y.M. Ju & F. San Martín
WSP74626G. Gilles   861979-06-00
Gabon, Forêt La Mondah, 30 km N of Libreville, 0.601607 9.558572


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