Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cantharellus tubaeformis
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


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1986116L. K. Henry   10911937-06-26
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Venango Co., Woods, along Little Scrubgrass Creek, 1mi NE of Lisbon.

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1987617D. R. Sumstine   s.n.1905-00-00
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Armstrong Co., Kittanning., 40.826066 -79.522504

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1986117L. K. Henry   
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Butler Co., along Watson's Run, 2 miles south of Leasuresville.

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1986118L. K. Henry   
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Lycoming Co., along Route 84, 5 miles north of Salladasburg.

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1986087L. K. Henry   1938-03-06
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Butler Co., east of Yellow Creek, 4 miles northeast of Harmony.

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1986111L. K. Henry   1938-07-06
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Butler Co., east of Yellow Creek, 4 miles northeast of Harmony.

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1987616D. R. Sumstine   s.n.1937-08-09
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Monroe Co., Pocono Manor., 41.10009 -75.358795

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1987615D. R. Sumstine   s.n.1940-07-08
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., near Saltsburg., 40.485541 -79.447568

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1986088D. R. Sumstine   1902-08-01
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., 40.298158 -79.439497

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1986061Collector unspecified   1982-08-07
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Huntingdon Co., Alan Seegar State Forest., 40.6934 -77.753608

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1986058Collector unspecified   1982-08-07
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Huntingdon Co., Alan Seegar State Park., 40.6934 -77.753608


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