SDHB mutation carriers are predisposed to developing paragangliomas (PGLs). The objective of this study was to assess genotype-phenotype correlations of a Dutch cohort of SDHB mutation carriers and assess potential differences in clinical phenotypes related to specific SDHB founder mutations. Forty-seven consecutive SDHB mutation carriers were included. Initial screening consisted of measurement of 24 h urinary excretion of catecholamines and their metabolites in duplicate, repeated annually if initial biochemical screening was negative. Whole-body imaging studies with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT) and/or (123)I-MIBG scintigraphy were performed in case of catecholamine excess, and MRI or CT scans of thorax, abdomen and pelvis were performed every 2 years regardless of catecholamine levels. Repetitive head-and-neck MRI was performed at 2 year intervals. Mean follow-up was 3.6 ± 3.6 years. Twenty-seven persons (57 %) carried the SDHB c.423+1 G>A mutation and seven persons (15 %) the SDHB c.201-4429_287-933del (exon 3 deletion) mutation. No differences were found in the clinical phenotype of carriers of these two specific SDHB mutations. By end of follow-up, 49 % of SDHB mutation carriers displayed no biochemical or radiological evidence of manifest disease, i.e. they were unaffected carriers. Three persons (6 %) had been diagnosed with a pheochromocytoma (PCC), four with a sympathetic PGL (sPGL) (9 %), 18 with a HNPGL (38 %), and two persons (4 %) had developed a malignant paraganglioma, i.e. metastatic disease. In conclusion, the two main Dutch SDHB founder mutations do not differ in clinical expression and result in a relatively mild phenotype. Over one-third of SDHB mutation carriers develop HNPGL, with sPGL/PCC in only 15 % and malignancy in only 4 %.