Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Heterobasidion annosum (Boletus annosus, Boletus cryptarum, Cunninghamella meineckella, Fomes cryptarum, Friesia annosa, Heterobasidion cryptarum, Oedocephalum meineckellus, Physisporus makraulos, Placodes annosus, Polyporus annosus, Polyporus cryptarum, Polyporus makraulos, Polyporus marginatoides, Polyporus scoticus, Polyporus subpileatus, Polystictoides fuscus, Polystictus cryptarum, Poria cryptarum, Poria makraulos, Pycnoporus annosus, Scindalma annosum, Scindalma cryptarum, Spiniger meineckellus, Spongioides cryptarum, Fomes annosus, Fomitopsis annosa, Heterobasidion annosum f. cryptarum, Heterobasidion annosum f. makraulos, Polyporus annosus var. annosus, Polyporus annosus var. subpileatus, Polyporus cryptarum subsp. cryptarum, Trametes annosa, Trametes radiciperda, Ungulina annosa, Fomes annosus f. cryptarum, Ungulina annosa f. cryptarum, Ungulina annosa f. makraulos, Polyporus fuscus, Trametes scutata), Heterobasidion annosum f. annosum, Heterobasidion annosum f. incrustans, Heterobasidion annosum f. macraulos, Heterobasidion annosum f. scutatum, Heterobasidion annosum var. annosum, Heterobasidion annosum var. indicum, Heterobasidion annosum var. microsporum
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Purdue University, Kriebel Herbarium


PUL
PUL00038066Russell, Stephen D   MM11202016-08-28
United States, Indiana, Montgomery, Shades State Park, 39.94171 -87.091677

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cooke
BPI 226994Weir   1901-09-00
United States, Indiana, Scottsburg, 38.685614 -85.770245

BPI
Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cooke
BPI 227139Weir   1901-09-00
United States, Indiana, Scottsburg, 38.685614 -85.770245


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