Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Wolfiporia dilatohypha
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian National Mycological Herbarium


AAFC-AAC:DAOM
199156D. Malloch   1988-11-06
Canada, Ontario, Toronto, High Park

AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
100516L. Sirard   1966-08-13
Canada, Quebec, Montreal

AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
100517C.H. Kauffman   1921-10-17
U.S.A., Michigan, Ann Arbor

AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
168270J.L. Lowe (6384)   1955-09-04
U.S.A., Michigan, Warren Woods

Fort Lewis College Herbarium


FLD
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
FLD-F-000419R. L. Gilbertson   160121986-09-03
USA, Arizona, Santa Cruz County, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest., 31.725526 -110.880173

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
MUOB 224648Stephen Russell   MUOB 2246482015-10-10
United States, Indiana, New Harmony, Harmonie State Park, 38.0822 -87.9562

Royal Ontario Museum Fungarium


TRTC-Royal Ontario Museum:TRTC
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
TRTC051177Malloch, D.W.;   1988-11-06
Canada, Ontario, Toronto, High Park, 43.64602 -79.46398

State University of New York, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Herbarium


SYRF
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
SYRF0000014J. L. Lowe   141081965-09-25
USA, New York, Warren, Warrensburg.

University of Arizona, Gilbertson Mycological Herbarium, specimen-based


ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 009682W.B. Cooke   1955-09-04
USA, Michigan, Berrien, Warren Woods, State Reserve

ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 018072L.O. Overholts   2791911-11-21
USA, Ohio, Butler, Oxford

ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 012871Robert L. Gilbertson   160121986-09-03
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest

ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 012872Robert L. Gilbertson   160141986-09-03
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest

ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 028951Robert L. Gilbertson   216681996-09-04
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest

ARIZ
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
AN 028952Robert L. Gilbertson   216691996-09-04
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Coronado National Forest

University of Oslo, Natural History Museum Fungarium


O
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
913120Maria Nunez   10101995-06-10
Japan, Fukuoka, Inguttare, Hikosan, 1000m

USDA Forest Service, Center for Forest Mycology Research


CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33153P.L. Lentz   FP-110214-Sp1960-07-26
United States, Arkansas, Desha

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33147T.W. Jones   CS-63-59-13-A-R1963-08-20
United States, Kentucky, Morehead Ranger District, Cumberland National Forest, 37.288056 -83.875278

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33148E.R. Toole   ERT-58-R1952-11-13
United States, Mississippi

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33149K.H. Garren   FP-72160-R1938-10-13
United States, Tennessee, Tulico River

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33150E. Roth   FP-72162-R1938-00-00
United States, Tennessee

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33151W.A. Campbell   FP-94089-R1940-10-31
United States, West Virginia, Greenbrier

CFMR
Wolfiporia dilatohypha Ryvarden & Gilb.
33152W.A. Campbell   FP-94089-T1940-10-31
United States, West Virginia, Greenbrier


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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)

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