The geographic focus of the fungus collection is Norway with Svalbard, and this make up about 90 % of the collection. All specimens are registered in the database. Most of the material is from Central Norway, but Northern Norway is also well represented. The collection includes original material, type specimens, of several newly described species. Most fungal groups are represented, but ascomycetes, particularly discomycetes, are well represented.
From outside Norway the collection includes specimens from Argentina (Tierra del Fuego), Finland, Spain (Mallorca) and Sweden.
About 65 type specimens are included in the collection.
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [53, 0], North East [72, 45]|