Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cheilymenia theleboloides (Cheilymenia ascoboloides, Coprobia theleboloides, Humaria theleboloides, Lachnea ascoboloides, Lachnea theleboloides, Neottiella ascoboloides, Patella ascoboloides, Patella theleboloides, Peziza ascoboloides, Peziza theleboloides, Scutellinia ascoboloides, Humaria subhirsuta var. theleboloides), Cheilymenia theleboloides f. densipilosa, Cheilymenia theleboloides f. glabra, Cheilymenia theleboloides f. hyphopila, Cheilymenia theleboloides f. macrocellulata, Cheilymenia theleboloides f. magnifica, Cheilymenia theleboloides f. theleboloides, Cheilymenia theleboloides var. microspora, Cheilymenia theleboloides var. theleboloides
Search Criteria: Lassen volcanic national park; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
Cheilymenia theleboloides (Alb. & Schwein.) Boud.
UC1138906W. B. Cooke   303961956-07-22
USA, California, Paradise Meadows, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 2134m

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Patella theleboloides (Alb. & Schwein.) Seaver
BPI 674743ACooke W. B.; Cooke Vivian G.   1956-07-22
United States, California, Lassen Volcanic National Park Paradise Meadows, 40.511121 -121.462444

BPI
Patella theleboloides (Alb. & Schwein.) Seaver
BPI 674743BCooke W. B.; Cooke Vivian G.   1956-07-22
United States, California, Lassen Volcanic National Park Paradise Meadows, 40.511121 -121.462444

BPI
Patella theleboloides (Alb. & Schwein.) Seaver
BPI 674743CCooke W. B.; Cooke Vivian G.   1956-07-22
United States, California, Lassen Volcanic National Park Paradise Meadows, 40.511121 -121.462444

Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Patella theleboloides (Alb. & Schwein.) Seaver
WSP44928W.B. Cooke; V.G. Cooke   1956-07-22
United States, California, Paradise Meadows, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222, 2134m


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