153,600 species and infraspecific names are in the database, 20,980 images, 59,403 bibliographic items, 411,227 distributional records.

Taxonomy Detail

Kingdom Fungi

Fungi T.L.Jahn & F.F.Jahn ex R.T.Moore 1980.

References
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