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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Doassansiopsis euryalis R.A.B. Verma & V. Jha
WSP71970V. Jha   1989-09-00
India, North Bihar, pr. Darbhanga, 26.16666667 85.9

WSP
Doassansiopsis hydrophila (A. Dietr.) Lavrov
WSP51951K. Vanky   1956-08-07
Romania, Transylvania, in lacu "Gyilkos", 45.9432 24.9668

WSP
Doassansiopsis hydrophila (A. Dietr.) Lavrov
WSP66346K. Vanky   1956-08-07
Romania, Transylvania, in lacu "Gyilkos", 45.9432 24.9668

WSP
WSP70567T. Vanky; K. Vanky   1991-03-19
Costa Rica, Prov. Limon, 13 km SSE Puerto Limon, 9.916666667 -83.01666667, 5m

WSP
WSP70440C. Vanky; K. Vanky   2001-04-28
Zambia, Southern Province, 130 km SE urbe Kafue, pr. lacum Kariba, -16.465 28.67472222, 520m

WSP
WSP71955T. Vanky; K. Vanky   2004-10-22
Ethiopia, Gojam Reg, 17 km S urbe Bahar Dahr, pr. Blue Nile Falls, 11.51361111 37.49222222, 1712m


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