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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
Cordyceps robertsii (Hook.) Berk.
861789[1178511]Atkinson, G.   s.n.1965-02-00
New Zealand, Mt Egmont National Park

MIN:Fungi
862723[1101884]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10561997-05-08
New Zealand, North Island, Rimutaka State Forest, Catchpool Valley, Orongorongo Track 15km SW of Wellington, 80 - 100m

MIN:Fungi
Ramariopsis bicolor R.H. Petersen
862991[1263788]McLaughlin, D.J & E.G. McLaughlin   DJM10421997-05-06
New Zealand, North Island, Waininomata River Catchment Area

MIN:Fungi
Clavaria sulcata (Overeem) R.H. Petersen
862997[1081067]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM10461997-05-07
New Zealand, Kaitoke Regional Park, near Forks carpark, beginning of Spring Bridge Trail, 45km NE of Wellington

MIN:Fungi
862998[1167477]Austwick, P.   DJM10491997-05-07
New Zealand, North Island, Kaitoke Regional Park, trails near Forks carpark North of Hutt, 45km NE of Wellington

MIN:Fungi
Ramariopsis bicolor R.H. Petersen
862999[1263782]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10471997-05-07
New Zealand, North Island, Kaitoke Regional Park, near Forks carpark

MIN:Fungi
Pterulicium fasciculare (Bres. & Pat.) Leal-Dutra, Dentinger, G.W. Griff.
863013[1081733]Johnson, P.   DJM10551997-05-08
New Zealand, Rimutaka State Forest, Catchpool Valley, Orongorongo Track, 80 - 100m

MIN:Fungi
Pterulicium debile (Corner) Leal-Dutra, Dentinger, G.W. Griff.
863017[1167328]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10631997-05-10
New Zealand, South Island, Abel Tasman National Park, Coast Track. About 25 m. from Marahau entrance, -40.991667 173.016667, 10m

MIN:Fungi
Kavinia himantia (Schwein.) J. Erikss.
864538[1101008]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10701997-05-14
New Zealand, North Island, Hokianga, Waipoua Kauri Forest Along Kauri Rickers Trail, 60m

MIN:Fungi
Clavaria redoleoalii R.H. Petersen
864545[1081068]D. J. McLaughlin   DJM10791997-05-15
New Zealand, Waipoua Kauri Forest

MIN:Fungi
864556[1167335]McLaughlin, D.J.   McLaughlin 10781997-05-15
New Zealand, North Island, Hokianga, Waipoua Kauri Forest Yakas Track, 350m

MIN:Fungi
Pterulicium debile (Corner) Leal-Dutra, Dentinger, G.W. Griff.
914026[1167326]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10571997-05-08
New Zealand, Rimutake State Forest, Catchpool Valley, Orongorongo Track 15 km SW of Wellington. 41 21'S, 174 57'E. 80-100m elevation

MIN:Fungi
330956[1228299]Davey, M.   16371920-10-25
New Zealand, Opotiki

MIN:Fungi
331002[1231514]   14871922-10-26
New Zealand

MIN:Fungi
863002[1288692]McLaughlin, D.J.   DJM10501997-05-07
New Zealand, Kaitoke Regional Park, Swingbridge Trail, 45 km NE of Wellington, -41.057046 175.191464, 186m

MIN:Fungi
862990[1301789]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10401997-05-06
New Zealand, Wellington, Wainuiomata River Catchment Area, -41.16 175.01

MIN:Fungi
Phaeopterula stipata (Corner) Leal-Dutra, Dentinger, G.W. Griff.
862992[]Johnston, P.   DJM10411997-05-06
New Zealand, Wellington, Wainuiomata River Catchment Area, -41.16 175.01

MIN:Fungi
863001[1301745]Austwick, J.L.   DJM10511997-05-07
New Zealand, Wellington, Kaitoke Regional Park, -41.068 175.197

MIN:Fungi
863004[1301782]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10541997-05-08
New Zealand, Wellington, Catchpool Valley, 15km southwest of Wellington Rimutaka State Forest, -41.21 174.57

MIN:Fungi
958563[1301771]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10581997-05-08
New Zealand, Wellington, Catchpool Valley, 15km southwest of Wellington Rimutaka State Forest, -41.21 174.57

MIN:Fungi
862740[1301772]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10601997-05-08
New Zealand, Wellington, Catchpool Valley, -41.21 174.57

MIN:Fungi
958564[1301747]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10691997-05-13
New Zealand, Northland, Hokianga, north end of Waipoua Kauri Forest, -35.6 173.5

MIN:Fungi
864537[1301784]McLaughlin, David J.   DJM10751997-05-15
New Zealand, Northland, Hokianga, Waipoua Kauri Forest, between parking lot and Yakas Track, -35.61 173.53


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