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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Pseudocercospora vitis (LĂ©v.) Speg.
WSP48159H.C. Greene   1959-09-04
United States, Wisconsin, Dane, near Verona, 42.9908 -89.5331

WSP
Pseudocercospora rubi (Sacc.) Deighton
WSP69775Ch. Scheuer   1998-04-25
Austria, Steiermark, Deutschlandsberg, Steiermark, Deutschlandsberg, Lassnitz ravine ("Klause") below the castle Landsberg; MTB 9157/3, 46.81027 15.201794, 400m

WSP
Pseudocercospora rubi (Sacc.) Deighton
WSP71012Ch. Scheuer   2000-10-11
Austria, Steiermark, Stubalpe, ca. 4 km S von Voitsberg, Teigitschgraben, ca. 3 km ESE von St. Martin a. Woelmissberg; MTB 8956/4, 47 15.13333333, 450m

WSP
Pseudocercospora griseola (Sacc.) Crous & U. Braun
WSP71826C. Scheuer   2008-09-20
Austria, Styria, Graz, district Geidorf, Botanical Garden of the University, country garden section, grid ref. 8958/2, 47.08277778 15.4575, 380m

WSP
Pseudocercospora griseola (Sacc.) Crous & U. Braun
WSP71827C. Scheuer   2008-09-20
Austria, Styria, Graz, district Geidorf, Botanical Garden of the University, country garden section, grid ref. 8958/2, 47.08277778 15.4575, 380m

WSP
Pseudocercospora opuli (Hoehn.) U. Braun & Crous
WSP72829C. Scheuer   2012-09-26
Austria, Steiermark, Graz, Graz, district Mariatrost, in the forest "Leechwald", just N of the area of the hospital "Landeskrankenhaus", 47.082289 15.463713, 400m

WSP
Pseudocercospora sambucigena U. Braun, Crous & K. Schub.
WSP73591T. Barta   2013-08-25
Austria, Niederösterreich, Lower Austria, Danube valley, Stockerau, 1.3 - 1.4 km SSE-SE of the church on the square "Kirchenplatz", 48.376158 16.216824, 169m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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