Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sarcodon ustalis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Acadia University, E. C. Smith Herbarium


ACAD
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
8458FHodges, Charles   8458
United States, North Carolina, Durham County, Durham

Canadian National Mycological Herbarium


AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
189796K.A. Harrison 9970   1970-10-05
U.S.A., Michigan, Marquette Co., Chocolay River

Long Island Mycological Club


LIMC
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
2408181Joel L. Horman   s.n.2014-11-02
United States of America, New York, Suffolk Co., Rocky Point, Rocky Pt. Nat. Resource Mgmt. Area, 5200 acre pine barrens preserve of pitch pine/scrub oak forest in sandy soil habitat, 40.940378 -72.909677, 40m

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A.Harrison) K.A.Harrison
02408181Joel L. Horman   s.n.2014-11-02
United States of America, New York, Suffolk Co., Rocky Point, Rocky Pt. Nat. Resource Mgmt. Area, 5200 acre pine barrens preserve of pitch pine/scrub oak forest in sandy soil habitat, 40.940378 -72.909677, 40m

NY:NY
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A.Harrison) K.A.Harrison
04116626A. Norarevian   s.n.2010-10-23
United States of America, New York, Suffolk Co., Edgewook Oak Plains Preserve, 40.781456 -73.302964, 27 - 30m

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143746A. H. Smith   727831965-10-03
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Marquette.

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143747K. A. Harrison   99701970-10-05
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Chocolay River Area

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143775K. A. Harrison   102321970-10-27
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143776K. A. Harrison   99171970-10-02
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Near Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143777K. A. Harrison   101911970-10-23
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143778K. A. Harrison   101081970-10-14
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143779K. A. Harrison   101421984-03-00
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Katbarium

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143780K. A. Harrison   97961970-09-19
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake La Vasseur (Mud Lake).

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143781K. A. Harrison   99171970-10-02
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143783K. A. Harrison   99991970-10-07
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Pine River area

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143782K. A. Harrison   98751970-09-30
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Lake Kawbawgan

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143784I. Bartelli   20721963-10-07
USA, Michigan, Marquette, 28 Plains, near Marquette

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143785K. A. Harrison   101321970-10-16
USA, Michigan, Baraga, Mouth of Big Huron River

MICH:Fungi
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
143786A. H. Smith   676681963-09-19
USA, Michigan, Marquette, Marquette.

University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium


TENN-F
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
TENN-F-029453C. Lyles   CL1191966-10-00
United States, South Carolina, Fairfield, Winnsboro, 34.38055556 -81.08638889

TENN-F
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
TENN-F-044276K.A. Harrison   KAH676681963-09-19
United States, Michigan, Marquette, Marquette, 46.3975 -87.39555556

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
Sarcodon ustalis (K.A. Harrison) K.A. Harrison
WTU-F-015326J. F. Ammirati   126951999-09-04
U.S.A., Washington, Skagit, Easy Pass Trailhead., 48.58778 -120.80083


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