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milk caps; Lactarius deliciosus; specimen; herbarium; Occurrence
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Herbarium of the Ghent University (Herbarium Gandavensis), partim Mycology, collection: Lactarius sect. Deliciosi This database contains information on the herbarium specimens of taxa belonging to Lactarius sect. Deliciosi (syn. sect. Dapetes) present in the Herbarium of the Ghent University, partim Mycology (Ghent University, Department of Biology, Research group Mycology).
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
This database contains information on the herbarium specimens of taxa belonging to Lactarius sect. Deliciosi (syn. sect. Dapetes) present in the Herbarium of the Ghent University, partim Mycology (Ghent University, Department of Biology, Research group Mycology).
|Start Date / End Date||1998-01-01 / 2001-01-01|
|Collection Name||GENT Lactarius Deliciosi collection|
|Parent Collection Identifier||The fungus herbarium of GENT (Belgium)|
|Specimen preservation methods||Other|