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

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP75023G.A. Kile   1979-02-00
Australia, Tasmania, (near) Smithton, Sumac Rd., -41.21625 145.033732

WSP
Biscogniauxia nummularia var. australe
WSP75024G. Gilles   MAD 1821981-07-19
Madagascar, Andasibe, -18.936808 48.414449

WSP
Biscogniauxia cinereolilacina (J.H. Mill.) Pouzar
WSP75026Francoise Candoussau   1985-08-00
Canada, Ontario, Big Rideau Lake, Exe Island Biological Station, 44.732365 -76.199945

WSP
Biscogniauxia uniapiculata (Penz. & Sacc.) Whalley & Læssøe
WSP75049F.R. Fosberg   517361969-09-12
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, island of Hawai'i, Ola'a back road, Upper Ola'a Forest Reserve, 19.485682 -155.224086

WSP
Biscogniauxia uniapiculata (Penz. & Sacc.) Whalley & Læssøe
WSP75074Jack D. Rogers   1974-04-00
United States, Puerto Rico, Maricao, 18.180872 -66.978956

WSP
Biscogniauxia uniapiculata var. macrospora (J.D. Rogers) Whalley & Læssøe
WSP75075Jack D. Rogers   1974-04-00
United States, Puerto Rico, El Verde, 18.321116 -65.819778

WSP
Biscogniauxia uniapiculata (Penz. & Sacc.) Whalley & Læssøe
WSP75078Jack D. Rogers   1974-04-00
United States, Puerto Rico, San Germán, 18.080648 -67.040781

WSP
Biscogniauxia uniapiculata (Penz. & Sacc.) Whalley & Læssøe
WSP75084F.R. Fosberg   1974-08-21
United States, Hawaii, not given, 21.088666 -157.112436

WSP
WSP75098Jacques Fournier   1995-04-30
France, Ariège, near Rimont, 42.995126 1.281053

WSP
Biscogniauxia plana (Petch) Y.M. Ju & J.D. Rogers
WSP75216R.M. Robinson   FF5921998-11-26
Australia, Western Australia, Quinninup, Sutton Forest Block, -34.43408 116.2504


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