Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Polyporus varius (Boletus lateralis, Boletus nummularius, Boletus ramulosum, Boletus varius, Coltricia nummularia, Grifola varia, Leucoporus petaloides, Melanopus noackianus, Melanopus varius, Petaloides petaloides, Polyporellus petaloides, Polyporellus varius, Polyporus boltonii, Polyporus gintlianus, Polyporus magnovarius, Polyporus noackianus, Polyporus nummularius, Polyporus petaloides, Polystictus varius, Melanopus varius subsp. nummularius, Polyporellus elegans f. nummularius, Polyporus elegans subsp. minimus, Polyporus elegans subsp. nummularius, Polyporus elegans var. minimus, Polyporus elegans var. nummularius, Polyporus melanopus subsp. leprodes, Polyporus varius f. petaloides, Polyporus varius subsp. nummularius, Polyporus varius var. minimus, Polyporus varius var. montanus), Polyporus varius f. circumpurpurascens, Polyporus varius f. cyathiformis, Polyporus varius f. flexuosus, Polyporus varius f. petalodes, Polyporus varius f. squamiger, Polyporus varius f. umbilicatus, Polyporus varius f. undulatolobatus, Polyporus varius f. undulatus, Polyporus varius f. varius, Polyporus varius subsp. castaneus, Polyporus varius subsp. tubaeformis, Polyporus varius subsp. varius, Polyporus varius var. blanchettianus, Polyporus varius var. calceolus, Polyporus varius var. convolutus, Polyporus varius var. extenuatus, Polyporus varius var. javanicus, Polyporus varius var. lateritius, Polyporus varius var. malesianus, Polyporus varius var. pertenuis, Polyporus varius var. podlachicus, Polyporus varius var. tubaeformis, Polyporus varius var. varius
Search Criteria: Lassen volcanic national park; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Miami University, Willard Sherman Turrell Herbarium

Polyporus varius (Pers.) Fr.
000151011W. B. Cooke   644321989-06-27
USA, California, Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Woods above Hot Rock., 40.527748 -121.484565, 1829m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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