Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Holwaya mucida
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
PH00315004B. M. Everhart   s.n.1884-10-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Chester, West Chester, 39.960664 -75.605488

iNaturalist Research Grade Observations


iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
64265Fluff Berger   2011-09-11
United States, Pennsylvania, Sewickley, PA, USA, 40.622213 -80.171457

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
166897Fluff Berger   2012-11-15
United States, Pennsylvania, Sewickley, PA, USA, 40.537903 -80.179137

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
9464130Ron Hilton   2017-12-23
United States, Pennsylvania, 1123 Russell Corners Rd, Pleasantville, PA 16341, USA, 41.523888 -79.674448

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
16541023John Plischke   2018-09-14
United States, Pennsylvania, Cook Forest, 41.336338 -79.213606

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
16714435Richard Jacob   2018-09-14
United States, Pennsylvania, Clarion County, PA, USA, 41.342495 -79.215638

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
MUOB 89940Ann B.   MUOB 899402011-09-11
United States, Pennsylvania, Beaver, Ambridge, 40.5903 -80.2227

MUOB
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
MUOB 113644Jim Tunney   MUOB 1136442012-10-16
United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Hartwood Acres Park, 40.5678 -79.9112

MUOB
Holwaya mucida (Schulzer) Korf & Abawi
MUOB 122869Emily   MUOB 1228692013-01-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Bucks, 40.2731 -75.0353


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Google Map

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