Dataset: PH
Taxa: Suillaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Boletinus decipiens (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Peck
PH00305749W. H. Walmsley   741900-00-00
United States, West Virginia, Hampshire, Capon Springs, 39.136216 -78.484453

PH
Boletinus porosus (Berk.) Peck
PH00305658A. Commons   s.n.1893-09-02
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Elsmere, Wilmington, 39.739346 -75.594719

PH
Boletinus porosus (Berk.) Peck
PH00305750W. H. Walmsley   901900-00-00
United States, West Virginia, Hampshire, Capon Springs, 39.136216 -78.484453

PH
Boletinus porosus (Berk.) Peck
PH00305659A. Commons   s.n.1894-08-31
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Farnhurst, 39.693168 -75.577425

PH
Boletinus porosus (Berk.) Peck
PH00305662A. H. Smith   s.n.1932-08-00
United States, Michigan, Washtenaw, Ann Arbor, 42.273921 -83.733195

PH
Boletinus porosus (Berk.) Peck
PH00305660Albert Commons   s.n.1896-09-04
United States, Delaware, New Castle, Ruthby, 39.685667 -75.702154


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