Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leccinellum albellum (Boletus albellus, Ceriomyces albellus, Krombholziella albella, Leccinum albellum)
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian National Mycological Herbarium


AAFC-AAC:DAOM
Leccinum albellum (Peck) Singer
62017I. Hall   1958-08-23
U.S.A., Indiana, Bloomington, Brown County State Park

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Leccinum albellum (Peck) Singer
C0223260FJ. P. Schmit   13801996-09-02
U.S.A., Indiana, Porter, Cowles Bog, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: E of Gary, along trail before plots, 41.63 -87.08

iNaturalist Research Grade Observations


iNat-iNaturalist:Observations
Leccinellum albellum (Peck) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder
17017573Brian Hunt   2018-09-28
United States, Indiana, Brown County State Park, Nashville, IN, US, 39.144827 -86.205804

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Leccinellum albellum (Peck) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder
MUOB 109785Stephen Russell   MUOB 1097852012-09-15
United States, Indiana, Spencer, Mccormick's Creek State Park, 39.2982 -86.7217

MUOB
Leccinellum albellum (Peck) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder
MUOB 207892Stephen Russell   MUOB 2078922015-06-27
United States, Indiana, Morgan-Monroe State Forest, 39.3298 -86.4388

MUOB
Leccinellum albellum (Peck) Bresinsky & Manfr. Binder
MUOB 209675Stephen Russell   MUOB 2096752015-07-11
United States, Indiana, Brown, Brown County State Park, 39.1466 -86.2263

Purdue University, Kriebel Herbarium


PUL
Leccinum albellum (Peck) Singer
PUL00031046Russell, Stephen D   MO2078922015-06-27
United States, Indiana, Morgan, Morgan-Monroe State Forest, 39.3667 -86.4167


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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