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Fungi of French Guiana gathered in a taxonomic, environmental and molecular dataset

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Bibliographic reference Jaouen, Gaëlle ; Sagne, Audrey ; Buyck, Bart ; Decock, Cony ; Louisanna, Eliane ; et. al. Fungi of French Guiana gathered in a taxonomic, environmental and molecular dataset. In: Scientific Data, Vol. 6, no.1, p. 1-6 (2019)
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