Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Leccinum versipelle (Boletus atrostipitatus, Boletus percandidus, Boletus roseotinctus, Boletus rufescens, Boletus testaceoscaber, Boletus versipellis, Krombholzia rufescens, Krombholziella atrostipitata, Krombholziella percandida, Krombholziella roseotincta, Krombholziella rufescens, Krombholziella versipellis, Leccinum atrostipitatum, Leccinum cerinum, Leccinum percandidum, Leccinum roseotinctum, Leccinum rufescens, Leccinum testaceoscabrum, Boletus aurantiacus f. percandidus, Boletus versipellis var. percandidus, Boletus versipellis var. rufescens, Boletus versipellis var. versipellis, Krombholzia aurantiaca f. percandida, Krombholzia aurantiaca f. rufescens, Krombholzia rufescens f. percandida, Krombholzia rufescens var. percandida, Leccinum aurantiacum var. percandidum, Leccinum versipelle var. atrostipitatum, Leccinum versipelle var. glandaceum, Trachypus rufescens, Boletus floccopus), Leccinum versipelle f. flavescens, Leccinum versipelle f. versipelle, Leccinum versipelle var. versipelle
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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