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Bell Museum

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

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Bell Museum fungi


MIN:Fungi
470432[1210802]Vogel, P.   31001933-10-14
Poland, Brandenburg: bei Tamsel.

MIN:Fungi
[1212002]Vogel, P.   1921903-08-00
Poland, Brandenburg: Baumshulen zu Tamsel.

MIN:Fungi
47265[1213262]Sydow, H.   8021908-08-27
Poland, Riesengebirge [Krkonose mountain range]: Wolfshau [Wilcza Poreba] bei Krummhübel [Karpacz]

MIN:Fungi
47285[1213285]Buchs   17231907-03-00
Poland, Zülz [Biala Prudnicka] in Oberschlesien [Upper Silesia, was a province in Prussia, now part of Poland and Czech Republic]

MIN:Fungi
14691[1213679]Sydow, H.   8231908-08-15
Poland, Riesengebirge [Krkonose mountain range]: im Eulengrund bei Krummhübel [Karpacz]

MIN:Fungi
Sorosporium veronicae (J. Schröt.) G. Winter
13411[1219166]Gerhard   26071879-06-00
Poland, Silesiae

MIN:Fungi
325691[1222219]Pazschke, O.   32201885-06-00
Poland, Kwidzyn

MIN:Fungi
325992[1222525]Schmidt, Rich   42371899-07-00
Poland, 1300m

MIN:Fungi
Caeoma empetri G. Winter
318115[1222997]Sydow, P.   143
Poland, Pomerania, Pommern Deiner bei Stolpmünde

MIN:Fungi
Chrysomyxa ledi (Alb. & Schwein.) de Bary
10042[1223467]Sydow, P.   142
Poland, Pomerania-Stolp[?]

MIN:Fungi
326618[1224815]Sydow, H.   6661908-08-27
Poland, Riesengebirge [mountain range]; Eulengrund bei Krummhubel.

MIN:Fungi
318151[1225172]Raciborski, M.   538
Poland, Lesser Poland

MIN:Fungi
326020[1225600]Jaczewski, Komarov   691884-00-00
Poland, Kiew, Wierszchownia prope Skwira

MIN:Fungi
318206[1225043]Sydow, P.   139
Poland, Pommern, Stolpmunde.

MIN:Fungi
Melampsora mixta (Schltdl.) Thüm.
8117[1229392]Hennings, P.   9951895-08-26
Poland, [?]

MIN:Fungi
Puccinia tanaceti P. Syd. & Syd.
326763[1279735]Sydow, P.   6381875-00-00
Poland, Pomerania


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