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

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University of Oslo, Natural History Museum Fungarium


O:F
73463Egon Horak   79/4041979-09-07
Switzerland, Graubünden, Graubunden: Flüelapass, at Fluelabach

O:F
74765Favre   1951-10-01
Switzerland, Bern, Canton de Berne, Foret de Schwarzengraben pr. d'Anet.

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Gamundia xerophila (Luthi & Röllin) Raithelh.
362350O. Röllin   41281984-12-08
Switzerland, Genève, Canton de Geneve: Cartigny, Moulin de Vert

O:F
304274A. Baici   1987-10-15
Switzerland, Glarus, Kanton Glarus: Braunwald

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Lepista irina (Fr.) H. E. Bigelow
306575Gro Gulden   255/891989-09-03
Switzerland, Obergar, Engstligen alp., 1950m

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73535Beatrice Senn-Irlet   87/1681987-09-20
Switzerland, Binn, Geisspfad


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Google Map

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