Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Chondrostereum purpureum (Auricularia persistens, Corticium nyssae, Phylacteria micheneri, Stereum ardoisiacum, Stereum argentinum, Stereum atrozonatum, Stereum micheneri, Stereum nipponicum, Stereum purpureum, Stereum rugosiusculum, Stereum vorticosum, Terana nyssae, Stereum lilacinum var. vorticosum, Stereum pergameneum, Thelephora purpurea, Thelephora vorticosa)
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Chondrostereum purpureum (Pers.:Fr.) Pouzar
1987801L. M. Underwood   s.n.1894-12-00
United States of America, Indiana, Putnam Co., Greencastle, 39.643565 -86.842244

NY:NY
Chondrostereum purpureum (Pers.:Fr.) Pouzar
01987869L. M. Underwood   s.n.1892-03-09
United States of America, Indiana, Putnam Co., Greencastle, 39.643565 -86.842244

Purdue University, Kriebel Herbarium


PUL
PUL00037480Russell, Stephen D   MM95822018-05-31
United States, Indiana, Tippecanoe, Horticulture Park, 40.42632 -86.935148

PUL
PUL00037570Russell, Stephen D   MM95822018-05-31
United States, Indiana, Tippecanoe, 41.2074 -86.11357

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 274351Orton? C. R.   51914-07-16
United States, Indiana, Lafayette, 40.416702 -86.875287

BPI
BPI 274468Weir   1907-08-00
United States, Indiana, Scottsburg, 38.685614 -85.770245

BPI
BPI 274477Weir James R.   1918-11-07
United States, Indiana, Georgetown, 38.294512 -85.975524

BPI
BPI 274641Weir   1907-00-00
United States, Indiana, Scottsburg, 38.685614 -85.770245

BPI
BPI 274645Demaree J. B.   1917-06-13
United States, Indiana, Indianapolis, 39.768376 -86.158042

BPI
BPI 274691Weir J. R.   1917-11-11
United States, Indiana, Scottsburg, 38.685614 -85.770245

BPI
BPI 924513Lee, L.   1940-11-10
United States, Indiana, Turkey Run State Park

BPI
BPI 924531Hoffer, G.N.   1914-07-16
United States, Indiana, Soldier's Home, Lafayette


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