Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agaricus (Psalliota, Psaliota)
Search Criteria: Lassen volcanic national park; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Miami University, Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium


MU
000139372W. B. Cooke   532521976-10-08
USA, California, Plumas, Drakesbad Meadow, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 40.444327 -121.40442, 1611m

MU
000153570W. B. Cooke   532061976-10-07
USA, California, Lassen, Butte Lake area, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 40.564653 -121.291399, 1847 - 2100m

San Francisco State University, Harry D. Thiers Herbarium


SFSU
Agaricus silvicola (Vittad.) Peck
SFSU-F-008661H. D. Thiers   446191982-07-02
USA, California, Tehama, Highway 89 approximately 20 miles south of Lassen Volcanic National Park.

SFSU
Agaricus silvicola (Vittad.) Peck
SFSU-F-008711H. D. Thiers   128791965-06-30
USA, California, Lassen, Juniper Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 40.459857 -121.302354, 2042m

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
UC1462788W. B. Cooke   531141976-10-05
USA, California, Lassen, North shore Juniper Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 2057m

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
198002W. B. Cooke   393681968-07-11
USA, California, Shasta, Kings Creek Meadow area, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 2286m

MICH:Fungi
198006W. B. Cooke   393971968-07-13
USA, California, Shasta, Reflection Lake Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park.

MICH:Fungi
198033W. B. Cooke   350221965-07-04
USA, California, Brokeoff Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park.

MICH:Fungi
198035W. B. Cooke   60001968-07-08
USA, California, Shasta, Sunflower Flat, Lassen Volcanic National Park.

MICH:Fungi
198043W. B. Cooke   456081972-07-12
USA, California, Tehama, Brokeoff Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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