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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi

Chaconia ingae (Syd.) Cummins
319116[1223259]Standley, Paul C.   232691922-03-30
El Salvador, San Salvador, 350 - 850m

Coleosporium anceps Dietel & Holw.
321302[1224569]Standley, Paul C.   213641922-03-04
El Salvador, San Vicente

Gerwasia pittieriana (Henn.) León-Gall. & Cummins
318898[1227225]Standley, Paul C.   229061922-04-07
El Salvador, Volcan de San Salvador, 1000 - 1800m

318739[1228901]Standley, Paul C.   202551922-01-09
El Salvador, Vicinity of Ahuachapán, Departamento de Ahuachapán, 800 - 1000m

320518[1231734]Standley, Paul C.   199051922-01-09
El Salvador, Vicinity of Ahuachapan, Departmento de Ahuachapan, 800 - 1000m

320515[1231731]Standley, Paul C.   225901922-04-01
El Salvador, Along the road from San Martin to Laguna de Ilopango, Departmento de San Salvador.

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