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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
Ascochyta viburni Roum. ex Sacc.
819138[1202654]Starcs, K.   17721933-09-00
Latvia, Vidzeme

MIN:Fungi
Desmopatella tomispora (Berl. & Bres.) Petr.
818728[1209006]Smarods, J.   21551944-05-16
Latvia, Katlakalns

MIN:Fungi
Disculina neesii (Corda) Höhn.
818593[1209199]Smarods, J.   2157
Latvia, Distr. Jelgava, Vecsvirlauka

MIN:Fungi
818664[1209992]Smarods, J.   24201944-07-16
Latvia, Smerlis

MIN:Fungi
818675[1210110]Smarods, J.   26541944-05-20
Latvia

MIN:Fungi
819174[1210547]Starcs, K.   21641938-10-02
Latvia, Vidzeme, Vestiena

MIN:Fungi
Phoma solanicola Prill. & Delacr.
818725[1212504]Smarods, J.   2171
Latvia

MIN:Fungi
818721[1212868]Smarods, J.   2074
Latvia, Sloka

MIN:Fungi
457717[1213943]Starcs, K.   17971936-09-00
Latvia

MIN:Fungi
Thyrostromella salicella Moesz & Smarods
819060[1217109]Smarods, J.   9971936-05-06
Latvia, Kurzeme, Kr. Talsi, Kandava, am Ulfer des Flusses Abava

MIN:Fungi
818446[1217112]Smarods, J.   19971937-09-19
Latvia, Dreilini

MIN:Fungi
Uncinula salicis (DC.) G. Winter
818605[1217255]Smarods, J.   20921937-08-12
Latvia, Adazi

MIN:Fungi
Uncinula salicis (DC.) G. Winter
818708[1217256]Smarods, J.   20931943-09-20
Latvia, Riga, Katlakalns

MIN:Fungi
819001[1218867]Starcs, K.   19001934-06-13
Latvia, Latgale

MIN:Fungi
818660[1230048]Smarods, J.   2756
Latvia, Semigallia, [Lettland: Prov. Zemgale, Vecsvirlauka]

MIN:Fungi
819237[1270250]Starcs, K.   10351932-09-00
Latvia, Lettland: Riga Skriveri-Arboretum


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