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In 2001 a suite of legacy databases relating to mycology, bacteriology, systematics and pathology were consolidated into an integrated information resource and some (but not all) of these data, were made available through the NZFUNGI website. The development of NZFUNGI was one output from the Database Integration Project (DIP) which ran from 1999-2004 and was partly funded by the Foundation for Research Science and Technology. DIP was focussed on redevelopment and accessibility of the data contained in the seven FRST Nationally Significant Databases & Collections maintained by Landcare Research. The National Fungal Herbarium (PDD) and the International Collection of Micro-organisms from Plants (ICMP) are two of those collections/databases, and the data from the dried and living collections of fungi and bacteria form one part of the NZFUNGI information resource. ... [Information of the supplier]
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