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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP33186J.N. Rose   1913-03-00
Dominican Republic, Azua, 18.453192 -70.734901

WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP34461not given   
United States, Florida, not given, 29.268013 -83.187988

WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP51165Don Blake; Erdman West   1950-02-19
United States, Florida, Okeechobee, north of Fort Drum, 27.52639 -80.80694

WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP64138W.A. Weber; G.K. Arp   1971-06-21
Ecuador, Tortoise Reserve SW of Bella Vista, Isla Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, -0.619118 -90.338202

WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP65141C.G. Pringle   1902-10-23
Mexico, Yautepec, Morelos, 16.433333 -95.983333

WSP
Mycosyrinx cissi (DC.) Beck
WSP70586T. Vanky; K. Vanky   1991-03-07
Costa Rica, Prov, Limon, 22 km N. Guapiles, pr. pag. Cariari, 10.36666667 -83.73333333, 70m


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