Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amanita (Amanitaria, Amanitella, Amanitina, Amanitopsis, Amidella, Amplariella, Ariella, Boletium, Leucomyces, Pseudofarinaceus, Torrendia, Vaginaria, Vaginarius, Vaginata, Venenarius, Volvella, Volvoamanita, Volvoboletus, Amanita)
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium


CUP
CUP-A-020251aAtkinson, George   1904-08-26
USA, New York, Suffolk, Long Island, Port Jefferson, 40.94639 -73.06972

CUP
CUP-A-020254Atkinson, George   1904-08-26
USA, New York, Suffolk, Long Island, Port Jefferson, 40.94639 -73.06972

CUP
CUP-A-020298Atkinson, George   1904-08-26
USA, New York, Suffolk, Long Island, Port Jefferson, 40.94639 -73.06972

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


BPI
Amanita solitaria (Bull.) Fr.
LC46309Beardslee H. C.   
United States, New York, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island

BPI
Amanita phalloides (Fr.: Fr.) Link
LC46310Beardslee H. C.   
United States, New York, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
MUOB 11558Douglas Smith   MUOB 115582008-09-16
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

MUOB
MUOB 55791ammarhio   MUOB 557912010-10-18
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

MUOB
MUOB 11562Douglas Smith   MUOB 115622008-09-18
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

MUOB
MUOB 11563Douglas Smith   MUOB 115632008-09-16
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

MUOB
MUOB 11561Douglas Smith   MUOB 115612008-09-18
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

MUOB
Amanita polypyramis (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Sacc.
MUOB 11557Douglas Smith   MUOB 115572008-09-16
United States, New York, Eastern Long Island, 40.8364 -72.6183

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Amanita vaginata (Bull.:Fr.) Lam.
48785W. A. Murrill   1904-09-00
United States of America, New York, Long Island, 40.854732 -72.952297

NY:NY
Amanita frostiana (Peck) Sacc.
28545M. L. Bomhard   1921-07-13
United States of America, New York, Nassau Co., Center Island, Long Island. [Inferred county from precise loc.], 40.904543 -73.51929

NY:NY
Amanita verna (Bull.:Fr.) Lam.
49049C. T. Rogerson   1963-09-16
United States of America, New York, Suffolk Co., Hither Hills State Park, Long Island, 41.0283333 -71.9988889

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
Amanita volvata (Peck) Lloyd
UC585262H. S. Conard   s.n.1931-07-31
USA, New York, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island.

UC
Amanita Pers.
UC585293H. S. Conard   s.n.1931-07-00
USA, New York, Suffolk, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island.

University of Tennessee Fungal Herbarium


TENN-F
Amanita muscaria (L.: Fr.) Lam.
TENN-F-008915L.R. Hesler   LRH89151936-07-09
United States, New York, Suffolk, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, 40.78916667 -73.135

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU:Fungi
WTU-F-046083Howard J. Banker   s.n.2019-07-25
U.S.A., New York, Suffolk, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island., 40.878659 -73.475073

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 739448Beardslee H. C.   1896-08-00
United States, New York, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island

BPI
Amanita solitaria (Bull.) Fr.
BPI 739458Beardslee H. C.   1896-08-00
United States, New York, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island

BPI
BPI 750378Latham, R.   307241952-10-12
United States, New York, Long Island in wet woods

BPI
BPI 750620Morris, E. L.   1911-09-16
United States, New York, Long Island, 43.482013 -73.656228

BPI
BPI 750699Burlingham, G. S.   1911-09-30
United States, New York, Queens, Long Island woods

BPI
Amanita russuloides (Peck) Sacc.
BPI 750922Latham, R.   307681952-10-20
United States, New York, Long Island, Riverhead pine woods


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