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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
441187[1202426]Zimmermann   74
Indonesia, Java

MIN:Fungi
818737[1212121]Höhnel, F. v.   20561907-00-00
Indonesia, Java, Indonesien: Java, Buitenzorg (Bogor).

MIN:Fungi
Brachybasidium pinangae (Racib.) Gäum.
430963[1218004]Gäumann, E.   4551922-04-00
Indonesia, Java, Tjibodas

MIN:Fungi
Stereum lobatum (Kunze ex Fr.) Fr.
818855[1219256]Zollinger   23081857-03-00
Indonesia, Java, Blibis, Rogodjampic

MIN:Fungi
324073[1222656]Raciborski, M.   22971900-00-00
Indonesia, Java [island?]

MIN:Fungi
7252[1222663]Nyman, E.   13441898-04-26
Indonesia, Java Island

MIN:Fungi
326116[1222665]Nyman, E.   13441898-04-25
Indonesia, city south of Jakarta on Java Island

MIN:Fungi
331518[1222667]Nyam, E.   13441898-04-25
Indonesia, [Java: hort. Bogor]

MIN:Fungi
332017[1222688]Robinson, C.B.   2231
Indonesia, Ambon Island

MIN:Fungi
325937[1222795]Raciborski, M.   22991900-00-00
Indonesia, Mount Salak

MIN:Fungi
Cerotelium fici (Castagne) Arthur
472554[1223246]Gaumann, E.   494
Indonesia, West Java

MIN:Fungi
472671[1227042]Gaumann, E.   4841922-06-00
Indonesia, Java: pr. Kandang Badak (Pangerango)

MIN:Fungi
Nyssopsora thwaitesii (Berk. & Broome) Syd.
505770[1230027]Gäumann, E.   4811919-11-00
Indonesia, Java: Tjibodas

MIN:Fungi
498346[1230409]Guamann, E.   488
Indonesia, Java

MIN:Fungi
431191[1270842]   
Indonesia

MIN:Fungi
465278[1270954]   
Indonesia, im botanischen Garten von Buitenzorg, Ins. Java

MIN:Fungi
475110[1279357]Guamann, E.   474
Indonesia, Java


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