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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi

46713[1207291]Jaap, O.   841904-08-15
Germany, Mecklenburg, by Warnemunde

Didymella superflua (Fuckel) Sacc.
470473[1209230]Sydow, H.   31081936-04-29
Germany, Mecklenburg, By Schwerin

14426[1209327]Sydow, H.   8501909-08-16
Germany, Mecklenburg, in Walde west of Warnemunde

14482[1210477]Sydow, H.   833
Germany, Mecklenburg, Rostocker heide by Graal

Naevia pusilla (Lib.) Rehm
47111[1221268]Jaap. O.   1061904-08-16
Germany, Mecklenburg, Strand bei Warnemunde

Ovularia destructiva (W. Phillips & Plowr.) Massee
14536[1212234]Sydow, H.   842
Germany, Mecklenburg, Moorwald bei Muritz

14539[1212247]Sydow, H.   8451909-07-30
Germany, Mecklenburg

483268[1229765]Sydow, H.   880
Germany, Mecklenburg, Walde bei Graal

Puccinia tanaceti P. Syd. & Syd.
326738[1279750]Sydow, P.   7581809-09-13
Germany, Mecklenburg, Neustrelitz

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