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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium

WSP70356C. Vanky   1997-01-06
South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, KwaZulu-Natal Province, Drakensberg Mts, Loteni Nature Reserve, 1 km W. of camping site, -29.46897 29.543555, 1620m

Ustanciosporium taubertianum (Hennings) M. Piepenbring & Begerow
WSP70409C. Vanky   1999-11-25
Argentina, Misiones, Province Misiones, 17 km NE of San Jose, on road 14, -27.679115 -55.63296, 270m

Ustanciosporium kuwanoanum (Togashi & Maki) K. Vanky
WSP70439C. Vanky   1999-03-19
Zimbabwe, Midland Province, 11 km SW Gweru, -19.555798 29.755928, 1040m

Ustanciosporium malawicum (Kukkonen & Gjaerum) M. Piepenbring
WSP70791C. Vanky   2002-02-27
Uganda, Rakai District, 40 km. SW of Masaka, 6 km NE of Kyotera, -0.591742 31.588847, 1190m

Ustanciosporium retinosporum (Kukkonen & Gjaerum) M. Piepenbr.
WSP70792T. Vanky   2002-02-16
Uganda, Masaka District, Lake Nabugabo near Bale, -0.364382 31.903087, 1150m

Ustanciosporium montagnei (L.-R. & C. Tulasne) M. Piep., Begerow & Oberw.
WSP71152R. Shivas   2002-12-13
South Africa, Eastern Cape, Eastern Cape Province, Mkambati Nature Reserve, -31.269337 29.982407, 95m

Ustanciosporium montagnei (L.-R. & C. Tulsane) M. Piep., Begerow & Oberw.
WSP71174T. Vanky   2002-02-17
Uganda, Masaka District, c. 15 km E of city of Masaka, -0.312723 31.870051, 1140m

WSP71947C. Vanky   2004-08-25
United States, Virginia, Giles, Appalachian Mts, Stony Creek Valley, 37.416378 -80.568382, 753m

Ustanciosporium montagnei (L.-R. & C. Tulasne) Piepenbr., Begerow & Oberw.
WSP72044M. Piepenbring   9251993-07-01
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Province Puntarenas, c. 1 km E urbe Buenos Aires, 9.170199 -83.321415, 470m

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