Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hygrocybe laeta, Hygrocybe laeta var. laeta (Hygrocybe laeta, Gliophorus laetus, Hygrophorus houghtonii, Hygrophorus laetus), Gliophorus laetus (Hygrocybe laeta, Hygrocybe laeta var. laeta), Hygrocybe laeta f. curtipes, Hygrocybe laeta f. griseopallida, Hygrocybe laeta f. laeta, Hygrocybe laeta f. pallida, Hygrocybe laeta f. pseudopsittacina, Hygrocybe laeta var. flava, Gliophorus laetus f. laetus, Gliophorus laetus f. pallidus, Gliophorus laetus var. flavus, Gliophorus laetus var. laetus
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Hygrocybe laeta (Pers.) P.Kumm.
1962580Peck   s.n.1902-08-08
United States of America, New York, Smith Town, Long Island.

NY:NY
Hygrocybe laeta (Pers.) P.Kumm.
1962588C. H. Peck   s.n.1902-08-06
United States of America, New York, Port Jefferson, Long Island

NY:NY
Hygrocybe laeta (Pers.) P.Kumm.
1962585Collector unspecified   s.n.
United States of America, New York, Long Island; Prairie


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