Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Xanthoconium separans (Boletus separans, Boletus edulis f. separans, Boletus edulis subsp. separans, Boletus reticulatus subsp. separans, Boletus separans var. separans)
Search Criteria: Indiana; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Xanthoconium separans (Peck) Halling & Both (Peck) Halling & Both
C0223811FW. C. Gaswick   10472005-07-26
U.S.A., Indiana, Porter, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: Bailly Cemetery Unit, woods behind headquarters, 41.631792 -87.091954

F:Botany
Xanthoconium separans (Peck) Halling & Both (Peck) Halling & Both
C0223812FG. P. Kaufman   1312006-08-02
U.S.A., Indiana, Porter, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Bailly Cemetery Unit: off ID plots, 41.627093 -87.090914

Indiana University


IND
IND-F-001761Owens   
United States, Indiana, Monroe, detailed locality information protected

Mushroom Observer


MUOB
MUOB 107694Stephen Russell   
United States, Indiana, detailed locality information protected

MUOB
MUOB 208442Stephen Russell   
United States, Indiana, detailed locality information protected

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
36517G. W. Wilson   
United States of America, Indiana, Putnam Co., detailed locality information protected

Purdue University, Kriebel Herbarium


PUL
Xanthoconium separans (Peck) Halling & Both
PUL00030936Russell, Stephen D   
United States, Indiana, Montgomery, detailed locality information protected

PUL
Xanthoconium separans (Peck) Halling & Both
PUL00038257Russell, Stephen D   
United States, Indiana, Montgomery, detailed locality information protected

University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey Fungarium


ILLS
JLC & JDS   
United States, Indiana, Fountain, detailed locality information protected


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