Dataset: USU-UTC
Taxa: Amanitaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Intermountain Herbarium (fungi, not lichens), Utah State University

Smithiomyces mexicanus (Murrill) Singer
UTC00259587Markus Wilhelm   F4122011-08-09
Switzerland, Zurich, Zurich, Zurich, Zurich Zoo, Masoala Hall, 47.384717 8.578797, 600m

UTC00280494David Lewis   66062002-07-30
United States, Texas, Newton, Bleakwood, near Lewis residence, 30.692425 -93.822402

UTC00290800Tyson Hobbs   2020-07-31
United States, Utah, Cache, Tony Grove Lake

Amanita muscaria f. flavivolvata (Singer) Neville & Poumarat
UTC00290804Tyson Hobbs   2020-07-31
United States, Utah, Cache, Tony Grove, 2438m

UTC00230021Bradley R. Kropp   29-10-00-22000-10-29
BELIZE, Cayo, Mountain Pine Ridge., 16.956938 -88.979678

Amanita polypyramis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc.
UTC00230023Bradley R. Kropp   sn2000-11-02
BELIZE, Cayo, Mtn. Pine Ridge, Cayo District, Chalillo area, 16.914899 -88.941226

UTC00233293D. Guravich   15681982-08-20
United States, Mississippi, Washington, Greenville, 33.410116 -91.061774

UTC00239882Don Johnston   1-Jan2001-08-15
United States, Utah, Duchesne, Fehr Lake, 40.6897222 -110.8861111, 1381m

UTC00239885Don Johnston   4-Jan2003-07-19
United States, Utah, Summit, McKnight's Pond; Hwy. 150, mile marker 40., 40.804 -110.8763333, 1372 - 1373m

UTC00240323Don Johnston   27-Jan2004-07-03
United States, Utah, Summit, Upper Weber Canyon; Canyon Rim, 7 miles from Oakley., 40.804 -111.172

Amanita gemmata (Fr.) Gillet
UTC00240324Don Johnston   28-Jan2004-07-04
United States, Utah, Summit, Soapstone (lower elevation), near Provo River; Hwy 150., 40.5786667 -111.0393333

Amanita pantherina (DC.) Krombh.
UTC00240388Don Johnston   Jan-922004-08-03
United States, Utah, Summit, McKnight's Pond; Hwy. 150, mile marker 40., 40.804 -110.8763333

Amanita chepangiana Tulloss & Bhandary
UTC00256513Sanjib Sthrethsa   154 (P)2007-07-19
Nepal, Baglung, Bagmati, Sallaghari., 27.674433 85.410906, 1320 - 1340m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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