Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Albatrellus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Albatrellus persicinus
FLAS-F-51820W. & V. Cooke   547311977-08-27
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, Sugarfoot Hammock; on buried wood, 29.66069 -82.44588

FLAS
Albatrellus cristatus (Schaeff.) Kotl. & Pouzar
FLAS-F-54266M. B. Ferl   
United States, Florida, Alachua, 29.649036 -82.337186

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-56186Li-Tzu Li   1993-01-15
United States, Florida, Alachua, San Felasco Hammock, State Park (approx. 6 miles NW of Gainesville) near entrance gate on Millhopper Road (aproximately 1/8th mile from gate), 29.716566 -82.45784

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-56266J.W.Kimbrough   1997-01-11
United States, Florida, Alachua, San Felasco Hammock, approximately 6 miles NE of Gainesville near Millhopper Road and I-75, 29.716566 -82.45784

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-59231David P. Lewis   DPL-71212004-12-04
United States, Florida, Okaloosa, Elgin Air Force Base

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-59999M.E. Smith   MES-14492015-12-16
United States, Florida, Alachua, Private residence, NW 38th Street, south of NW 16th Blvd, Gainesville, FL.

FLAS
FLAS-F-60088Smith and Richter Labs & Donald Pfister   2017-01-11
United States, Florida, Putnam, Ordway-Swisher Biological Station, east of Lake Rowan, Unit A-4, 29.67616 -82.01335

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-60533ME Smith   MES-8632014-12-06
United States, Florida, Leon, Leon Sinks Geological Area, south of Tallahassee, FL, 30.314528 -84.342634

FLAS
Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
FLAS-F-63983Laurel Kaminsky   MES-31652019-01-16
United States, Florida, Alachua, Natural Area Teaching Lab, UF Campus, Gainesville


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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