Dataset: WSP
Taxa: Tylopilus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Tylopilus felleus (Bull.) P. Karst.
WSP63188W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1976-07-10
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Wilshire & Salem, Anderson Township, 41.38889 -82.52917

WSP
Tylopilus felleus (Bull.) P. Karst.
WSP63189W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1977-07-04
United States, Indiana, Franklin, Brigham's Ridge, 39.414865 -85.060285

WSP
Tylopilus alboater (Schwein.) Murrill
WSP66334W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1972-08-09
United States, Ohio, Hocking, Cantwell Cliffs State Park, 39.54361 -82.5775

WSP
Tylopilus alboater (Schwein.) Murrill
WSP66335W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1970-08-16
United States, Ohio, Hocking, The Gulf, below Cedar Falls, 39.41944 -82.52361

WSP
Tylopilus rubrobrunneus Mazzer & A.H. Sm.
WSP66336W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1968-08-11
United States, Ohio, Hocking, Crane Hollow, Hocking State Forest, 39.43333 -82.54167

WSP
Tylopilus rubrobrunneus Mazzer & A.H. Sm.
WSP66341W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1968-07-29
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Stanbery Park, Cincinnati, 39.09278 -84.39361

WSP
Tylopilus rubrobrunneus Mazzer & A.H. Sm.
WSP66342W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1969-07-20
United States, Ohio, Ross, Scioto Trails State Forest, 40.80167 -83.51056

WSP
Tylopilus felleus (nr.)
WSP67136W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1972-09-23
United States, Ohio, Hocking, Old Man's Cave, near Hocking Hills State Park, 39.43056 -82.53889

WSP
Tylopilus rubrobrummeus
WSP67138W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1968-07-29
United States, Ohio, Adams, Logan Road, 41.35361 -84.74806


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