Slovenian Fungal Database (Mikoteka in herbarij Gozdarskega inštituta Slovenije), observation-based (LJF)

This resource contains records from Slovenian Fungal Database - Boletus informaticus, published March 31st, 2008. It represents the collected data on the species and distribution of fungi in Slovenia from the archives of the Mycological Association of Slovenia, the personal archives of its members, as well as, in part, from existing collections and literature sources. A computer program for inputting data on fungi in Slovenia is called Boletus informaticus. The program is aimed at systematically recording species of fungi, their distribution, and data regarding their habitat. In addition, the program allows for various ways of processing materials, various means of data retrieval, and cartographical presentations of finds. When the related 2005 monograph was published (Dušan Jurc, Andrej Piltaver, Nikica Ogris. 2005. Fungi of Slovenia: species and distribution. Studia forestalia Slovenica, 124, Ljubljana, Slovenian Forestry Institute: 497 p.), there were 114,620 records that describe distribution of 2,452 species of fungi in Slovenia. On March 31st, 2008, the BI database had 160,757 records. These records give distribution to 2763 fungi species. All mentioned records are published here.
Contacts: Dr. Nikica Ogris (Curator, Database Administrator) ; Prof. Dr. Dušan Jurc (Professor, Curator for Ascomycetes), ;
Collection Type: Observations
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 28 February 2019
Digital Metadata: EML File
Collection Statistics
  • 158,690 specimen records
  • 50,302 (32%) georeferenced
  • 158,307 (100%) identified to species
  • 124 families
  • 410 genera
  • 2,306 species
  • 2,494 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
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