Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hygrophorus cantharellus
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University


PH
PH00307622E. Michener   s.n.
USA, Pennsylvania, Chester, Chester County, 39.958406 -75.789653

PH
PH00321818J.G. Hope   57671936-09-06
USA, Pennsylvania, Montgomery, Miquon, 40.060111 -75.265459

PH
PH00321819J.G. Hope   57691956-09-27
USA, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, City Line & Ogontz Ave, 39.952335 -75.163789

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Hygrophorus cantharellus (Schwein.) Fr. (Schwein.) Fr.
C0211935FA. E. Edgecombe   s.n.1938-08-11
U.S.A., Pennsylvania, Huntingdon, Alan Seeger Park, 40.694233 -77.754745

Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
Hygrophorus cantharellus (Schweinitz) Fries: Fries
barcode-00570565L. K. Henry   s.n.1956-07-27
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Potter County, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Hygrophorus cantharellus (Schweinitz) Fries: Fries
barcode-00570566D. R. Sumstine   s.n.1938-07-21
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Centre County, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Hygrophorus cantharellus (Schweinitz) Fries: Fries
barcode-00597663E. Michener   3321851-00-00
United States of America, Pennsylvania, [no additional data]

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
56933C. H. Kauffman   1-Sep-261926-09-01
USA, Pennsylvania, Lebanon, Mt Gretna

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 917827Overholts, L. O.; Overholts, M. F.   s. n.1942-07-11
United States, Pennsylvania, McKean, Kane Kane Exp. Forest

BPI
BPI 917830Overholts, L. O.; Edgecombe, A. E.   s. n.1938-07-16
United States, Pennsylvania, Fayette, Ohio Pyle woods

BPI
BPI 917834Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1929-07-05
United States, Pennsylvania, Stone Valley mixed woods


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.