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

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
Phellinus pini (Brotero) A. Ames
barcode-00605965[data not captured]   s.n.
United States of America, California, Santa Cruz County, [data not captured]

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat.
MUOB 163Nathan Wilson   MUOB 1631997-02-15
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Gray Whale Ranch, 37.0174 -122.096

MUOB
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat.
MUOB 160004Christian   MUOB 1600042014-02-14
United States, California, Santa Cruz, University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), Upper Campus, 37.0038 -122.0555

MUOB
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat.
MUOB 161265Christian   MUOB 1612652014-03-12
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Pinto Lake County Park, 36.9614 -121.7725

MUOB
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat.
MUOB 161422Samsam   MUOB 1614222014-03-14
United States, California, Santa Cruz, University of California Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz) (UCSC), 36.9904 -122.059

MUOB
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat.
MUOB 161423Samsam   MUOB 1614232014-03-14
United States, California, Santa Cruz, University of California Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz) (UCSC), 36.9904 -122.059

University of California Santa Cruz Fungal Herbarium


UCSC
Phellinus Quél.
UCSC-F-00804Christian Schwarz   2014-02-17
USA, California, Santa Cruz, Phil's Yard, Hidden Oaks Lane, Aptos, CA, 36.983399 -121.86235

University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey Fungarium


ILLS
Phellinus Quél.
ILLS00158183W.J. Sundberg   s.n.1979-02-06
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Graham Hill Road, near Felton, 37.127046 -122.121375

ILLS
Phellinus Quél.
ILLS00158193W.J. Sundberg   s.n.1979-02-06
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Highway 9, north of Boulder Creek, 37.127046 -122.121375


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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.