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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
Dasturella bambusina Mundk. & Khesw.
927493[]Maung Mya Thaung   ECS393 (LAM# 220081)1972-04-14
Burma, Syriam

MIN:Fungi
Chaconia tectonae T.S. Ramakr. & K. Ramakr.
927583[]Maung Mya Thaung   ECS399 (LAM#220454)1977-12-25
Burma, Mandalay Region, Kyaukpandaung

MIN:Fungi
927841[]M.M. Thaung   ECS394 (LAM# 220327)1977-10-05
Burma, Mandalay

MIN:Fungi
928057[]Maung Mya Thaung   ECS395 ( LAM# 220145)1977-07-08
Burma, Shan, Aungban

MIN:Fungi
[]M.M. Thaung   ECS396 (LAM# 220562)1971-12-14
Burma, Near Mandalay, Kyaukchaw

MIN:Fungi
Ravenelia emblicae Syd. & P. Syd.
[]M.M. Thaung   ECS379 (LAM# 220328)1977-12-14
Burma, Maymyo

MIN:Fungi
[]M.M. Thaung   ECS398 (LAM# 220077)1973-07-08
Burma, Mandalay


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