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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Restiosporium baloskionis Vánky & R.G. Shivas
WSP70455R.G. Shivas; K. Vanky   2001-10-09
Australia, Victoria, 20 km NW Halls Gap, Lake Wartook, -37.09166667 142.4325, 470m

WSP
WSP70463R.G. Shivas; C. & K. Vanky   2000-03-08
Australia, Queensland, Cape York Peninsula, Bamaga, near Airport, -11.85194444 146.4883333, 10m

WSP
WSP71991C. Vanky; K. Vanky   1998-04-11
Australia, Queensland, c. 220 km N urbe Brisbane, Carland Creek, -26.01638889 153.0169444, 30m

WSP
WSP71977C. Vanky; K. Vanky   1996-02-10
Australia, Western Australia, Albany Distr, Cape Rich, -35.6075 116.75, 15m

WSP
Restiosporium lepidoboli (McAlpine) Vánky
WSP71976K. Websdane; C. Vanky, K. Vanky   1996-01-30
Australia, Western Australia, c. 290 km N urbe Perth, pr. Eneabba, -29.88333333 115.3, 100m

WSP
WSP70389K. Websdane; C. & K. Vanky   1996-01-30
Australia, Western Australia, 200 km N Perth, Brand Hwy, Dandaragan District, inter Cataby Roadhouse et Badgingarra, -30.5575 115.4722222, 200m

WSP
Restiosporium pallentis Vánky & R.G. Shivas
WSP71975R.G. Shivas; C. Vanky, K. Vanky   1998-03-05
Australia, Queensland, 70 km NNE urbe Brisbane, Bribie Island, -27.02722222 153.1227778, 5m

WSP
WSP71972C. Vanky; K. Vanky   1996-02-13
Australia, Western Australia, Manjimup Distr, 140 km W urbe Albany, -34.91666667 116.6833333, 130m

WSP
WSP71179K. Websdane; C. Vanky, K. Vanky   1996-01-30
Australia, Western Australia, c. 200 km N urbe Perth, -30.5575 115.4722222, 200m

WSP
WSP71973K. Websdane; C. Vanky, K. Vanky   1996-01-30
Australia, Western Australia, 180 km N urbe Perth, -30.12277778 115.3655556, 130m

WSP
WSP71974K. Websdane; C. Vanky, K. Vanky   1996-01-30
Australia, Western Australia, c. 180 km N urbe Perth, -30.12277778 115.3655556, 130m


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