Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Collybia cookei
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Research Grade Observations


iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Collybia cookei (Bres.) J.D. Arnold
9590393mycowalt   2015-10-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Cook Forest State Park, Pennsylvania, USA, 41.3428 -79.2113

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Collybia cookei (Bres.) J.D. Arnold
MUOB 148655Mycological Association of Washington   MUOB 1486552013-09-29
United States, Pennsylvania, Somerset, Camp Sequanota, 40.1822 -79.1049

MUOB
Collybia cookei (Bres.) J.D. Arnold
MUOB 219483walt sturgeon   MUOB 2194832015-10-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Cook Forest State Park, 41.3428 -79.2113

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Collybia cookei (Bres.) J.D.Arnold
01932504L. K. Henry   s.n.1944-08-30
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Allegheny Co., along R # 910, 3 mi. SE of Bakerstown, 40.61155 -79.8955

NY:NY
Collybia cookei (Bres.) J.D.Arnold
01932132A. H. Smith   s.n.1937-10-07
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Lawrence Co., Muddy Creek Falls


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