Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lentinellus cochleatus (Agaricus cochleatus, Agaricus cornucopioides, Clavicorona dryophila, Clitocybe cochleata, Lentinellus cornucopioides, Lentinellus marcelianus, Lentinus cochleatus, Lentinus cornucopioides, Lentinus friabilis, Lentinus umbellatus, Omphalia cochleata, Pocillaria cochleata, Pocillaria friabilis, Agaricus cochleatus var. cochleatus, Agaricus cochleatus var. cornucopioides, Agaricus confluens, Lentinellus cochleatus var. inolens, Omphalia cochleata var. cornucopioides, Merulius cornucopioides), Lentinellus cochleatus var. cochleatus
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Illinois University

Lentinellus cochleatus (Pers.) P. Karst.
ILLS00120391A. N. Miller   3171995-09-30
USA, Indiana, Brown, Yellowwood State Park, near Nashville, 39.185014 -86.343934

New York State Museum

NYSd11314Howell, Geo. T.   9
United States, Indiana, Parke

University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey Fungarium

ILLS00156982W.J. Sundberg   s.n.1981-08-16
United States, Indiana, [Owen], McCormick's Creek State Park, near Bloomington, 39.165325 -86.526386

University of Michigan Herbarium

Lentinellus cochleatus (Pers.) P. Karst.
67831R. S. Kerner   82006-08-27
USA, Indiana, Monroe, Bryant Creek Lake area, Morgan-Monroe State Forest

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Google Map

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