Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lactarius rufus
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Research Grade Observations


iNat-iNaturalist
Lactarius rufus (Scop.) Fr.
9590411mycowalt   2015-10-13
United States of America, Pennsylvania, State Game Lands Number 72, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA, 41.24675 -79.3774

iNat-iNaturalist
Lactarius rufus (Scop.) Fr.
13343853Beth Dinger   2018-06-11
United States of America, Pennsylvania, 604 E Slippery Rock Rd, Chicora, PA 16025, USA, 40.9323325938 -79.7171898186

iNat-iNaturalist
Lactarius rufus (Scop.) Fr.
99372527mb   2021-10-25
United States of America, Pennsylvania, North Huntingdon Township, PA, USA, 40.3577821 -79.74658116

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Lactarius rufus (Scop.) Fr.
MUOB 219535walt sturgeon   MUOB 2195352015-10-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Clarion, State Game Lands Number 72, 41.2468 -79.3774

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Lactarius rufus (Fr.) Fr.
119347D. R. Sumstine   1940-09-18
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Cooks Forest

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Lactarius rufus (Scop.) Fr.
BPI 1046497E. Michener   s.n.
United States, Pennsylvania, Chester, New Garden, Chester County


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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