Dataset: GLM
Search Criteria: Greece; Crete; Crete; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Fungal Collection at the Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz


GLM:GLMcoll
Phelipanche ramosa
GLM-F102166 / 629544 / 291756V√°nky, K.   1976-07-02
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: Ins. Creta, ruinae Knosos pr. urbem Iraclion, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Urocystis orobanches (Mérat) A.A. Fisch. Waldh.
GLM-F102166 / 629542 / 291756V√°nky, K.   1976-07-02
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: Ins. Creta, ruinae Knosos pr. urbem Iraclion, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Sorghum halepense
GLM-F102502 / 643865 / 302123Scholz, H. & I. Scholz   1984-08-10
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: Creta, prov. Rethimnon, supra pag. Stavromenos, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Brachypodium sylvaticum
GLM-F079089 / 197781 / 139274M√ºller, S.   2004-10-02
Greece, Crete, Crete, Argiroupoli N, Straßenrand am Fluß unterhalb Felsen an der Höhle, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Cynodon dactylon
GLM-F102215 / 634826 / 291952V√°nky, K.   1976-07-03
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: ins. Creta, pr. pag. Tzermiadhes, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Ustilago cynodontis (Pass.) Henn.
GLM-F102215 / 634825 / 291952V√°nky, K.   1976-07-03
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: ins. Creta, pr. pag. Tzermiadhes, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
GLM-F079089 / 197780 / 139274M√ºller, S.   2004-10-02
Greece, Crete, Crete, Argiroupoli N, Straßenrand am Fluß unterhalb Felsen an der Höhle, 35.1667 25

GLM:GLMcoll
Sporisorium reilianum (J.G. Kühn) Langdon & Full.
GLM-F102502 / 643864 / 302123Scholz, H. & I. Scholz   1984-08-10
Greece, Crete, Crete, Graecia: Creta, prov. Rethimnon, supra pag. Stavromenos, 35.1667 25


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