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Bell Museum

Dataset: MIN-Fungi
Search Criteria: Germany; Bavaria; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
Phragmidium subcorticium (Schrank) G. Winter
498597[1231432]Thumen   843
Germany, Bavaria

MIN:Fungi
323102[1251274]Thumen, de   432
Germany, Bavaria

MIN:Fungi
322487[1251510]Niessl, G.v.   1777
Germany, Bavaria, Brunn, autumno.

MIN:Fungi
Puccinia tanaceti P. Syd. & Syd.
326737[1279749]Vill, A.   21601906-10-00
Germany, Bavaria, Monchstockheim, pr. Gerolzhofen

MIN:Fungi
322814[1279752]Schnabl   171887-08-00
Germany, Bavaria, Brauneck

MIN:Fungi
325293[1279554]Thumen, De.   13341875-07-00
Germany, Bavaria

MIN:Fungi
Puccinia opizii Bubák
470360[1279663]Eichhorn, E.   30401936-09-00
Germany, Bavaria, Bayern: Bergmatting; Bez; Kelheim.

MIN:Fungi
Uromyces fabae (Pers.) de Bary
12308[1266386]Krieger, W.   7051888-09-00
Germany, Bavaria


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