Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lentinus lepideus
Search Criteria: Pennsylvania; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Index of the C.G. Lloyd Mycological Collection Specimens Housed at BPI


BPI
LC32205Herbst Wm.   
United States, Pennsylvania, Trexlertown

New York State Museum


NYS:NYSd
NYSd11340Sumstine, D. R.   
United States, PENNSYLVANIA

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
172892H. A. Kelly   20171925-06-00
USA, Pennsylvania, West Chester.

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 741140Herbst Wm.   0000-00-00
United States, Pennsylvania, Trexlertown, 40.548152 -75.605743

BPI
BPI 767673Parker, C. S.   1929-07-13
United States, Pennsylvania, Center, Ingleby Station on railroad right of way rooted into ties

BPI
BPI 767809Parker, C. S.   1929-06-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Center, South of State College

BPI
BPI 915940Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1939-06-11
United States, Pennsylvania, Center, Bear Meadows buried coruroy road

BPI
BPI 915941Overholts, L. O.; Overholts, M. F.   s. n.1946-06-16
United States, Pennsylvania, Huntington, Stone Creek

BPI
BPI 915942Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1934-05-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Huntington, Stone Creek

BPI
BPI 915943Parker, C. S.   s. n.1931-06-21
United States, Pennsylvania, State College

BPI
BPI 915945Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1933-05-07
United States, Pennsylvania, Houserville

BPI
BPI 915951Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1921-07-09
United States, Pennsylvania, Huntington

BPI
BPI 915952Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1920-06-12
United States, Pennsylvania, Center, Nittany Mt.

BPI
BPI 915953Overholts, L. O.   s. n.1915-08-15
United States, Pennsylvania, Shingletown Gap


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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.