Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hypomyces aurantius (Bonordenia aurantia, Botrytis variosperma, Cladobotryum variospermum, Cladobotryum varium, Cladotrichum ternatum, Dactylium varium, Didymocladium ternatum, Diplocladium minus, Hypolyssus aurantius, Sphaeria aurantia), Hypomyces aurantius var. aurantius, Hypomyces aurantius var. microspora
Search Criteria: Lassen volcanic national park; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
3604835W. B. Cooke   507511975-09-10
United States of America, California, Lassen Co., Lassen Volcanic National Park, Butte Lake area., 1841m

NY:NY
Hypomyces aurantius (Pers.:Fr.) Tul.
2951101W. B. Cooke   542371976-10-28
United States of America, California, Shasta Co., Lassen Volcanic National Park, Trail to King Creek Falls

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
UC1461134W. B. Cooke   542711976-10-29
USA, California, Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park, trail to Bumpass Hell, Cold Boiling Lake-Crumbaugh Lake, 40.48111 -121.38222

UC
UC1462916W. B. Cooke   507511975-09-10
USA, California, Lassen, Butte Lake area, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.564653 -121.291399, 1847 - 2100m

UC
UC1457163W. B. Cooke   350381965-07-05
USA, California, Shasta, Lower Twin Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222, 1829m

UC
UC1463176W. B. Cooke   542371976-10-28
USA, California, Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Kings Creek Trail, 40.48111 -121.38222

Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP60355W. B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   1965-07-05
United States, California, Shasta, Lower Twin Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222, 1829m


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