Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Conocybe apala (Agaricus apalus, Bolbitius albipes, Bolbitius tener, Conocybe albipes, Galera apala, Mycena tenera, Pluteolus apalus, Agaricus tener, Bolbitius tener var. lacteus, Conocybe apala var. albipes, Conocybe apala var. apala)
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Research Grade Observations


iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
13718080Zoologist123   2018-06-23
United States, Indiana, Indiana, US, 41.509589 -87.265729

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
13789077Ron Kerner   2018-05-29
United States, Indiana, Monroe County, IN, USA, 39.150483 -86.583589

iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
13789124Ron Kerner   2018-05-29
United States, Indiana, Monroe County, IN, USA, 39.150397 -86.583611

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
MUOB 99698Christine Braaten   MUOB 996982012-07-08
United States, Indiana, Columbus, 400 Brown St., 39.2031 -85.9245, 192 - 192m

MUOB
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
MUOB 212234Patrick Harvey   MUOB 2122342015-08-08
United States, Indiana, Graysville, 39.1282 -87.5593

Purdue University, Kriebel Herbarium


PUL
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
PUL00030623Russell, Stephen D   MM7122016-08-02
United States, Indiana, Tippecanoe, Horticulture Park, 40.42632 -86.935148

PUL
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
PUL00037516Russell, Stephen D   MM95632018-05-31
United States, Indiana, Tippecanoe, Horticulture Park, 40.42632 -86.935148

PUL
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
PUL00040289Ron Kerner   iNat13789077 ; RSK0022IN2018-05-29
United States, Indiana, Monroe, Monroe County, IN, USA, 39.15048333 -86.58358889

PUL
Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
PUL00040295Ron Kerner   iNat13789124 ; RSK0023IN and 6642018-05-29
United States, Indiana, Monroe, Monroe County, IN, USA, 39.15039722 -86.58361111


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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