Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Phellinus robiniae
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian National Mycological Herbarium


AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
146269D.R. Sumestine   1937-09-12
U.S.A., Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., Kiski Campus

Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
CUP-062742P.G. Mullin   1990-10-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Bushy Run Battlefield, 40.335625 -79.671154

CUP
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
CUP-062729   1990-10-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland, Bushy Run Battlefield, 40.335625 -79.671154

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames (Murrill) A. Ames
C0203737FA. S. Rhoads   s.n.1914-04-01
U.S.A., Pennsylvania, 40.8333 -76

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
MUOB 210220walt sturgeon   MUOB 2102202015-07-15
United States, Pennsylvania, Erie, Presque Isle State Park, 42.1652 -80.1007

MUOB
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
MUOB 238270Linda Brynan Sears   MUOB 2382702013-04-29
United States, Pennsylvania, Lancaster, Safe Harbor, 39.9301 -76.3794

University of Gothenburg


GB
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
GB-0114379Rhoads, A. S.   1916-01-07
United States, Pennsylvania

University of Oslo, Natural History Museum Fungarium


O
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
504506O. E. Jennings   1923-08-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co.: Shaded ravine E. of Trafford

USDA Forest Service, Center for Forest Mycology Research


CFMR
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
24787W.L. White   FP-56463-R1932-11-25
United States, Pennsylvania, Armstrong

CFMR
Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames
24788W.L. White   FP-56463-T1932-11-25
United States, Pennsylvania, Armstrong


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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