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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP16487G.v. Moesz   1927-05-19
Hungary, Huvosvolgy bei Budapest, 47.1625 19.5033

WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP17782G. von Moesz   1927-05-00
Hungary, Budapest: Huvosvolgy, 47.1625 19.5033

WSP
Melanotaenium endogenum (Unger) de Bary
WSP22608Fuckel   1894-00-00
Germany, Hesse, Oestrich (Nassau), 50.004591 8.014488

WSP
Melanotaenium endogenum (Unger) de Bary
WSP33170P. Sydow   1899-08-10
Germany, not given, 51.1657 10.4515

WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP34456unknown   1927-05-12
Hungary, Budapest, 47.1625 19.5033

WSP
Melanotaenium endogenum (Unger) de Bary
WSP34457unknown   1925-05-24
Japan, 36.2048 138.2529

WSP
WSP34458unknown   1925-05-17
Japan, Sapporo, 42.993831 141.249351

WSP
WSP41221H.C. Govindu   1953-11-10
India, Hebbal, Bangalore, 20.5937 78.9629

WSP
WSP44054K.M. Safeeulla   1952-10-20
India, Hebbal, 20.5937 78.9629

WSP
WSP45142Field Plant pathology Class 1956   1956-07-22
United States, Washington, Olympic National Forest, 47.760264 -123.770738

WSP
WSP47239Lauri E. Kari   1951-09-00
Finland, Regio aboensis, Piikkio, Yltoinen, 64.014496 26.71875

WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP55953K. Vanky   1956-05-05
Italy, Muntenia prope urbem Bucuresti, in silvis "Baneasa", 41.8719 12.5674, 60m

WSP
Melanotaenium oxalidis Dietz & Fisher
WSP58114S.M. Dietz   1964-09-07
United States, Washington, Grays Harbor, Big Tree Grove Trail, 2 blocks west of hotel on Lake Quinault, 47.464788 -123.843188

WSP
Melanotaenium oxalidis Dietz & G.W. Fisch.
WSP63576G.W. Fischer   
United States, Washington, Jefferson, 47.776437 -123.576474

WSP
Melanotaenium oxalidis Dietz & G.W. Fisch.
WSP64526S.M. Dietz   1963-08-18
United States, Washington, Quinalt Lake, 46.64278 -118.94167

WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP65453O. Toth; K. Vanky   1977-05-10
Hungary, pr. urbem Debrecen, in sylva Nagyerdo, 47.5 21.61666667, 125m

WSP
WSP66480K. Vanky   1980-01-28
India, Tamil Nadu, mt. Palni Hills, E pag. Periyakulam, 10.13333333 77.58333333, 300m

WSP
Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.
WSP68997G. Hirsch   1984-06-01
Germany, Thuringia, NW. ab urbe Jena, in valle "Rautal" pr. Closewitz, 50.95 11.58333333, 320m

WSP
Melanotaenium endogenum (Unger) de Bary
WSP69145A. Nagler; U. & K. Vanky   1987-05-30
Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg, pr. urbem Tubingen, ad pag. Kusterdingen, 48.53333333 9.116666667, 420m

WSP
WSP70325A.A. Mitchell; C. & K. Vanky   1996-02-21
Australia, Western Australia, Kimberley Region, Kalumburu mission, -14.23333333 126.1666667, 15m

WSP
Melanotaenium indicum Vánky, M.S. Patil & N.D. Sharma
WSP70326N.D. Sharma   1996-10-27
India, Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur, Agricultural University Campus, 23.16666667 79.95, 410m

WSP
WSP70658R.A. Singh; T. & K. Vanky   1992-09-06
India, Uttar Pradesh, Nainital, 10 km S.W. Haldwani, 29.15 79.48333333, 340m

WSP
WSP70659T. Vanky; K. Vanky   1992-09-20
India, Uttar Pradesh, Mussoorie, Mt. Gun Hill, 30.45 78.1, 2120m

WSP
Melanotaenium euphorbiae (L.W. Lenz) M.D. Whitehead & Thirum.
WSP70704R.G. Shivas   1996-05-23
Papua New Guinea, National Capital District, Port Moresby, Jackson's international airport, -9.5 147.1166667, 10m

WSP
Melanotaenium endogenum (Unger) de Bary
WSP73583C. Leb   2018-05-02
Austria, Steiermark, Styria, Windische Bühel, 1.65 km SSE of the church of Ehrenhausen, in the hamlet Ewitsch, 46.713127 15.597265, 318m

WSP
WSP74300S.M. Dietz   1956-07-03
United States, Washington, Grays Harbor, Olympic Peninsula, Quinault Lake area?, 47.474126 -123.872193


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