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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
819031[1212265]Sleumer, H.   16681952-01-14
Argentina, Catamarca

MIN:Fungi
Calvatia lilacina (Mont. & Berk.) Henn.
8763[1218023]Lorentz, Dr. P.G.   5231875-00-00
Argentina, Concepcion del Uruguay

MIN:Fungi
13117[1218530]   61880-06-00
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
Ustilago bromivora (Tul. & C. Tul.) A.A. Fisch. Waldh.
13750[1220195]Spegazzini, C.   11880-08-00
Argentina, Parque de Palermo [Bosques de Palermo?]

MIN:Fungi
Ustilago longissima (Sowerby) Meyen
13913[1220203]   51881-01-00
Argentina, Pampa del Tuyú

MIN:Fungi
7215[1221852]Lorentz, P.G.   4716
Argentina, [Conception]

MIN:Fungi
669641[1221892]Thumen, F.   21876-10-00
Argentina, [Conception del Uruguay]

MIN:Fungi
330142[1224774]Holway, E.W.D.   20301922-08-15
Argentina, Córdoba

MIN:Fungi
319689[1225996]   
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
471166[1224804]Jackson, H.S.   20301922-08-15
Argentina, Córdoba

MIN:Fungi
328655[1228905]Weir, J.R.   18911923-12-00
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
328652[1228909]Weir, J.R.   18931923-12-00
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
818733[1231847]Singer, R.   21071949-08-14
Argentina, Sierra de San Javier

MIN:Fungi
320106[1231853]   271880-00-00
Argentina, la Recoleta

MIN:Fungi
320107[1231854]   151880-00-00
Argentina, la Chacarita

MIN:Fungi
Puccinia achyroclines (Henn.) H.S. Jacks. & Holw.
329954[1248646]   
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
321421[1249307]   
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
Puccinia platyspora (Speg.) H.S. Jacks. & Holw.
329134[1250082]   
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
9781[1270961]   
Argentina

MIN:Fungi
512417[1288070]Ernest Du Charme   s.n.1947-09-00
Argentina, Entre Ros, Concordia


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