Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leccinum scabrum (Boletus avellaneus, Boletus roseofractus, Boletus scaber, Ceriomyces scaber, Gyroporus scaber, Krombholzia scabra, Krombholziella avellanea, Krombholziella roseofracta, Krombholziella scabra, Krombholziella subcinnamomea, Leccinum avellaneum, Leccinum oxydabile, Leccinum rigidipes, Leccinum roseofractum, Leccinum subcinnamomeum, Boletus scaber f. aerugineus, Boletus scaber f. chioneus, Boletus scaber f. oxydabilis, Boletus scaber f. pileofuscus, Boletus scaber f. rotundifoliae, Boletus scaber f. scaber, Boletus scaber var. albus, Boletus scaber var. areolatus, Boletus scaber var. brunneus, Boletus scaber var. chioneus, Boletus scaber var. cinnamomeus, Boletus scaber var. coloratipes, Boletus scaber var. decipiens, Boletus scaber var. fuligineus, Boletus scaber var. fuscus, Boletus scaber var. leuphaeus, Boletus scaber var. niveus, Boletus scaber var. oxydabilis, Boletus scaber var. rufus, Boletus scaber var. scaber, Boletus scaber var. testaceus, Leccinum scabrum var. avellaneum, Leccinum scabrum var. scabrum, Trachypus scaber, Boletus oxydabilis var. immutabilis), Leccinum scabrum f. coloratipes, Leccinum scabrum f. scabrum, Leccinum scabrum subsp. niveum, Leccinum scabrum subsp. scabrum, Leccinum scabrum subsp. tundrae, Leccinum scabrum var. chalybaeum, Leccinum scabrum var. coloratipes, Leccinum scabrum var. niveum, Leccinum scabrum var. pinguipedum, Leccinum scabrum var. roseofractum
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Leccinum scabrum (Bull.:Fr.) Gray
14079   1904-09-00
United States of America, New York, Long Island.

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 781817Morris, E. L.   1911-09-16
United States, New York, Long Island Yaphank and vicinity

BPI
BPI 781826Morris, E. L.   1911-09-16
United States, New York, Long Island Yaphank and vicinity

BPI
BPI 781837Ames, F. H.   1909-10-16
United States, New York, Long Island Rosedale


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