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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
818520[1208828]Rechinger, K.H.   26331957-07-31
Iraq

MIN:Fungi
819269[1209102]Rechinger, K.H.   14301957-05-31
Iraq, In the vicinity of Baghdad

MIN:Fungi
818835[1209294]Rechinger, K.H.   22271957-07-30
Iraq, Kurdistan, 1700m

MIN:Fungi
818547[1210451]Rechinger, K.H.   18411957-07-30
Iraq, Kurdistan, Quandil-Gebirge zwischen Kleinem and GroBem Zab, Pushtashan

MIN:Fungi
Monostichella salicis (Westend.) Arx
819276[1210854]Rechinger, K.H.   15731957-06-13
Iraq, Kirkuk Governorate, Daquq, Irak [Iraq?]: Kurdistan Kirkuk, Qara Anjir; 27 km a Kirkuk orientem versus in collibus siccis, 35.483333 44.633333, 600m

MIN:Fungi
Neozythia handelii (Bubák) Petr.
818899[1212123]Rechinger, K.H.   17901957-08-30
Iraq, Sulaymaniyah Governorate, Pshdar, Irak: Kurdistan, Arbil, mons Qandil supra Pushtashan, 36.466667 45.033333, 1700m


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