Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lepista
Search Criteria: California; Santa Cruz; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 18878Christian   MUOB 188782007-02-11
United States, California, Santa Cruz, University of California Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz) (UCSC), 36.9904 -122.059

MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 30080Shane Marsh   MUOB 300802009-12-11
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Mountains, 37.1242 -121.9805, 0 - 1000m

MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 30407Shane Marsh   MUOB 304072009-12-15
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Mountains, 37.1242 -121.9805, 0 - 1000m

MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 32900Shane Marsh   MUOB 329002010-01-28
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Mountains, 37.1242 -121.9805, 0 - 1000m

MUOB
Lepista flaccida (Sowerby) Pat.
MUOB 122675Martin Livezey   MUOB 1226752012-12-15
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, 37.025 -122.058

MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 161398Samsam   MUOB 1613982014-03-14
United States, California, Santa Cruz, University of California Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz) (UCSC), 36.9904 -122.059

MUOB
Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
MUOB 190499Shane Marsh   MUOB 1904992014-11-21
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Aptos, 36.9939 -121.898

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
Lepista flaccida (Sowerby) Pat.
UC659151T. T. McCabe   12601941-11-12
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Boulder Creek., 37.126562 -122.122403

University of California Santa Cruz Fungal Herbarium


UCSC
Lepista flaccida (Sowerby) Pat.
UCSC-F-00619CS & NS   2012-04-01
USA, California, Santa Cruz, UCSC Campus, Santa Cruz Co, California, USA, 36.990853 -122.058117

UCSC
Lepista tarda (Peck) Murrill
UCSC-F-00620CS & NS   2012-04-02
USA, California, Santa Cruz, 25 Nunes Rd, Watsonville, CA, 36.970449 -121.846739


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

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.