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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP60475K. Vanky   1959-08-13
Romania, Transylvania, Iacus "Rak-tava" in montium "Rezteto" pr. oppid. Odorheiul-Secuiesc, 45.9432 24.9668, 600m

WSP
Orphanomyces hungaricus Vánky & M. Gönczöl
WSP66482J. Gonczol   1977-06-30
Hungary, Bacs-Kiskun, reservatio naturalis Toserdo ad ripam partis inertis fluminis Tisza, 46.83333333 20, 86m

WSP
Orphanomyces hungaricus Vánky & M. Gönczöl
WSP68934G. Negrean   1981-08-20
Romania, Moldova, SSW oppid. Radauti, pr. pag. Clit., 47.71666667 25.86666667, 450m

WSP
Orphanomyces arcticus (Rostr.) Savile
WSP69108T. Vanky   1986-08-07
Sweden, Torne Lappmark, pr. lacum Alesjaure, "Alesjaurestugorna", 68.13333333 18.5, 870m

WSP
Orphanomyces arcticus (Rostr.) Savile
WSP69482U. Braun   1988-06-22
Mongolia, South-Gobi-Aimak prov, Mt. Gobi-Altai, 43.5 104.1333333, 2300m


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