Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leucogaster carolinianus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Davis & Elkins College Herbarium

DEWV-F-001314Donna M. Mitchell   DMWV55-931993-07-09
USA, West Virginia, Greenbrier, Along Anthony Creek, west of Blue Bend, Monongahela National Forest, 37.898811 -80.319292

DEWV-F-010732Donna M. Mitchell   DMWV13-372013-07-03
USA, West Virginia, Clay, Near Flat Fork Church. Strange Creek quad., 38.513405 -80.932279, 363m

Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium

Leucogaster carolinianus W. C. Coker & J. N. Couch
barcode-00488215J. N. Couch   42621927-10-19
United States of America, North Carolina, [data not captured]

Oregon State University Herbarium

63450Jim Trappe   Trappe 260782000-07-17
USA, West Virginia, Greenbrier, 2.3 miles east of Greenbrier youth camp., 594m

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium: Fungi

NCU-F-0014582Stuart, Margaret   145351949-07-01
United States, North Carolina, Orange, Chapel Hill. Battle Park. 10 feet from a stream., 35.914855 -79.039553

NCU-F-0014583Couch, John Nathaniel   82621927-10-19
United States, North Carolina, Orange, PLANTS OF CHAPEL HILL, N.C. [North Carolina] Upper Laurel Hill., 35.902574 -79.03528

NCU-F-0014584Lander, Carol   92231933-08-17
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands. Near top of Black Rock, by road., 35.0525 -83.19694

NCU-F-0014586Holland Beers, Alma   97341934-08-06
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands. Road below Mr. Harbison's place., 35.0525 -83.19694

University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium

TENN-F-075205F. Bartucca   PBM43902020-07-11
USA, North Carolina, Haywood, Purchase Knob, Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), down towards Ferguson Cabin Trail, 35.586 -83.073, 1402m

TENN-F-075868R.A. Swenie   RAS8242021-07-27
USA, North Carolina, Macon, Cliffside Vista Trail, Cliffside Lake Recreation Area, Nantahala National Forest, 35.080045 -83.235908, 1067m

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.