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Darwin's fungus at Kew. Original material of C. darwinii collected by Charles Darwin in Tierra del Fuego during his voyage on HMS Beagle in 1832. This, as well as collections of other Cyttaria species from throughout their range, are preserved in the Kew Mycology Herbarium. Cyttaria are southern hemisphere fungi and do not occur in Britain, although various Nothofagus species are grown in the Gardens.

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Media ID 11517614

Date: 20th October 2008

Filename: MYC_Dar_fun_20081020AM056.jpg

Image Size: 3872 x 2592 Pixels

Filesize is 2.13MB

Associated Categories: Plants and Fungi

Keywords: 1832, charles darwin, cyttaria darwinii, darwin fungus, fungarium, fungi, fungus, hms beagle, mycology, tierra del fuego