Dataset: GLM
Search Criteria: India; Tamil Nadu; Karur; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Fungal Collection at the Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz


GLM:GLMcoll
Grewia villosa
GLM-F102325 / 636384 / 293387V√°nky, K.   1980-11-04
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, India: Tamil Nadu, montes W. Gates, 11 km W pag. Bodinayakkanur, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Microbotryum emodensis (Berk.) M. Piepenbr.
GLM-F102373 / 636574 / 298217V√°nky, K.   1980-01-29
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, India: Tamil Nadu, Mt. Palni Hills pr. pag. Kodaikanal, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Cyperus compressus
GLM-F102245 / 635409 / 292501V√°nky, K.   1980-01-27
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, S. India: Tamil Nadu, inter pagg. Mandapam et Ramanathapuram, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Brachiaria distachya
GLM-F102256 / 635494 / 292563V√°nky, K.   1980-01-28
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, S. India: Tamil Nadu, mt. Palni Hills, E pag. Periyakulam, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Eballistra brachiariae (Viégas) R. Bauer, Begerow, A. Nagler & Oberw.
GLM-F102256 / 635493 / 292563V√°nky, K.   1980-01-28
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, S. India: Tamil Nadu, mt. Palni Hills, E pag. Periyakulam, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Persicaria chinensis
GLM-F102373 / 636575 / 298217V√°nky, K.   1980-01-29
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, India: Tamil Nadu, Mt. Palni Hills pr. pag. Kodaikanal, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
GLM-F102325 / 636383 / 293387V√°nky, K.   1980-11-04
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, India: Tamil Nadu, montes W. Gates, 11 km W pag. Bodinayakkanur, 11 78

GLM:GLMcoll
Cintractia axicola (Berk.) Cornu
GLM-F102245 / 635408 / 292501V√°nky, K.   1980-01-27
India, Tamil Nadu, Karur, S. India: Tamil Nadu, inter pagg. Mandapam et Ramanathapuram, 11 78


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