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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi

775529[]D.D. Soejarto   39151973-05-03
Columbia, Anori, Valle del Rio Anori, Buenos Aires, entre Dos Bocas y Anori

Aecidium clibadii Syd. & P. Syd.
329970[1221829]Mayor, E.   26461910-09-00

Cionothrix praelonga (G. Winter) Arthur
321037[1223592]   s.n.
Columbia, AburrĂ¡ Valley, 2300m

Coleosporium asterum (Dietel) Syd. & P. Syd.
316256[1223907]Williams, T.A.   s.n.1897-10-16
Columbia, Takoma Park

Endophyllum decoloratum (Schwein.) Whetzel & Olive
471759[1227104]Mayor, E.   2646
Columbia, Angelopolis, Cafetal da Camelia, pr; Angelopolis.

320103[1231852]Baker, C.F.   s.n.1898-12-00
Columbia, Near Bonda.

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Google Map

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