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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Phragmotaenium indicum (Vánky, M.S. Patil & N.D. Sharma) R. Bauer, Begerow, A. Nagler & Oberw.
WSP72041M.S. Patil   1996-09-13
India, Maharashtra State, Kolhapur, Shivaji University Campus, 16.7 74.21666667, 650m

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Tolyposporella brunkii (Ellis & Galloway) G.P. Clinton
WSP11845Powers, W.   1930-11-05
United States, Texas, Bell, 31.037672 -97.478202

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Tolyposporella brunkii (Ellis & Galloway) G.P. Clinton
WSP11846W. H. Long   1905-07-03
United States, Texas, Denton, 32.25861 -99.53917

WSP
Tolyposporella brunkii (Ellis & Galloway) G.P. Clinton
WSP38172Holway   1903-10-31
Mexico, Cuernavaca, 18.916667 -99.25

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Tolyposporella brunkii (Ellis & Galloway) G.P. Clinton
WSP58556Ruben Duran   1969-10-18
Mexico, Durango, 39 miles N of Durango, off Hwy. 45, 24.589801 -104.649315

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WSP11847W. H. Long, Jr.   1901-09-06
United States, Texas, Franklin, 30.275 -94.79583

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WSP11848J. M. Bates   1905-09-16
United States, Nebraska, Palmer, 41.22222 -98.25694

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WSP70789C. Vanky   2002-02-27
Uganda, Rakai District, 48 km. SW of Masaka, 2 km S of Kyotera, -0.653657 31.540543, 1210m

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WSP34701Unknown   1884-06-29
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rincon Mountains, 32.13194 -110.51889

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WSP51202M.S. Clemens   1939-11-19
Papua New Guinea, Morobe Province, Morobe, Kajabit Mission, -7.760376 147.594952

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WSP70349R.G. Shivas   1998-03-20
Papua New Guinea, Central Province, 70 km SE Port Moresby, -9.799874 147.626394, 170m

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WSP17795R. Ciferri   1934-07-00
Dominican Republic, Prov. Santiago: Hato del Yaque, 19.466667 -70.766667

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WSP34702Unknown   1930-12-24
Dominican Republic, Santiago, Santiago, 19.4619 -70.689305

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WSP34703Unknown   1916-00-00
United States, Puerto Rico, 18.292799 -66.444824


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