Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lepiota rachodes
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Lepiota rachodes (Vittad.) Quél.
02479682H. A. Wahl   s.n.1938-10-02
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Centre Co., Ungleby [=probably Ingleby]., 40.847292 -77.42749

NY:NY
Lepiota rachodes (Vittad.) Quél.
02479683H. A. Wahl   s.n.1935-09-22
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Centre Co., Ungleby [=probably Ingleby]., 40.847292 -77.42749

NY:NY
Lepiota rachodes (Vittad.) Quél.
02479748H. A. Wahl   159861933-09-21
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Centre Co., 40.793395 -77.860001

University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey Fungarium


ILLS
Lepiota rachodes (Vittad.) Quél.
J.L. Crane & J.D. Schoknecht   s.n.1980-08-02
United States, Pennsylvania, Monroe, Tobyhanna State Park, 41.177032 -75.417962


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Google Map

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