Dataset: PH
Search Criteria: Netherlands; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

PH00304356P. Magnus   s.n.1885-08-14
Netherlands, Near Scheveningen

Septoria sorbi (Ces.) Fuckel
PH00309336P. Magnus   s.n.1885-08-26
Netherlands, Gelderland, Hollandiae: Bergendal prope Nimwegen [Nijmegen]

PH00324288   26551958-07-01
Netherlands, Gelderland, Renkum, Kievietsdel, Doorwerth, 51.980334 5.801763

Physarum mucosum Nannenga-Bremekamp
PH00324277Nannenga-Bremekemp   16031956-09-06
Netherlands, Gelderland, Renkum, Doorwerth, 51.980334 5.801763

Physarum limonium Nannenga-Bremekamp
PH00324278Nannenga-Bremekemp   71751969-10-27
Netherlands, Cotessen, Zuid Limbug

Physarum pezizoideum (Jungh.) Pavill. & Lagarde
PH00375262Boerlage   B541878-00-00
Netherlands, Holland, South Holland, Leyden

Craterium aureomagnum Hooff & Nann.-Bremek.
PH00002619N.E. Nannenga-Bremekamp   44911960-09-08
Netherlands, Heelsumse beekdal, between Heelsum & Wolfheze

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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