Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Inocybe abundans
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
CUP-F-4102   2966
No location shown.

Miami University, Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium


MU
000209120W. B. Cooke   319841960-07-04

MU
000209866W. B. Cooke   319841960-07-04

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
775626   

NY:NY
673061Collector unspecified   2000-09-29
United States of America, New York, Orange Co., Rutgers Creek Wildlife Conservancy, 41.36065 -74.61655

NY:NY
775627   1910-09-10
United States of America, New York

NY:NY
01939227W. A. Murrill   s.n.1911-08-06
United States of America, New York, Bronx Co., Sawdust Woods

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
11036W. A. Murrill   9-Aug-191911-08-09
USA, New York, Bronx Borough, Bronx Park

MICH:Fungi
233390A. H. Smith   41341936-08-25
Canada, Ontario, Lake Timagami.

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
WTU-F-043785W. A. Murrill?   s.n.1910-09-10
U.S.A., New York, NY Botanical Garden.

WTU
WTU-F-037132Unknown   s.n.1982-11-00
[No locality given on label.]


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