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

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University of Florida Herbarium

Leucopaxillus candidus (Bres.) Singer
FLAS-F-50418Winchester   1974-08-29
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville West of 1-75 on Newberry Rd, 29.655233 -82.500549

Leucopaxillus giganteus (Sowerby) Singer
FLAS-F-51796A. Peplow   
United States, Florida, Putnam, Interlachen, 29.622267 -81.897083

Leucopaxillus cerealis (Lasch) Singer
FLAS-F-48643T. T. Mccabe   1940-12-27
United States, California, Alameda, San Leandro, San Leandro Canyon, 37.77574 -122.11047

Leucopaxillus gracillius
FLAS-F-61144Adriana Corrales, David Borland, Barry Kaminsky   2017-07-25
United States, Florida, Putnam, Ordway-Swisher Biological Station, southwestern ecotone of Ashley Lake, 29.708076 -81.985115

Leucopaxillus amarus (Alb. & Schwein.) K├╝hner
FLAS-F-63756Alija Mujic   AM-AR16-0202016-05-27
Argentina, Arroyo Goye, site D3, 963m

Leucopaxillus gracillimus Singer & A.H. Sm.
FLAS-F-62759Karen Sherwood   MF340432018-06-22
U.S.A., Florida, Alachua, Sweetwater Preserve

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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