Dataset: O
Search Criteria: Japan; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Oslo, Natural History Museum Fungarium


O:F
72619S. Imai   1927-09-07
Japan, Yezo, Prov. Iburi, Chitose, 42.8035 141.4998

O:F
Abundisporus pubertatis (Lloyd) Parmasto
306470Maria Nunez   MN 5581994-08-11
Japan, Ibaraki, Ogawa forest

O:F
Lyoathelia laxa (Burt) Hjortstam & Ryvarden
306254Leif Ryvarden   303831991-11-07
Japan, Ibaraki, Mt. Tsubaki

O:F
Hypomyces (Fr.) Tul. & C. Tul.
255219Björn Nordén   BN 552001-11-15
Japan, Tottori, Tottori pref.: Behind the Tottori Mycological institute building

O:F
Sarcoleotia globosa (Sommerf.: Fr.) Korf
72833S. Imai   937,217...1933-09-15
Japan, Prov. Kushiro: Mt. Meakan, 43.386 144.0084


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Google Map

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