Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hygrocybe conica (Hygrophorus conicus, Agaricus conicus, Hygrocybe conica f. pseudoconica, Hygrocybe conica var. chloroides, Hygrocybe conica var. olivaceonigra, Hygrocybe conica var. tristis, Hygrophorus conicus var. chloroides, Hygrophorus conicus var. nigrescens, Hygrophorus conicus var. olivaceoniger), Hygrocybe conica f. carbonaria, Hygrocybe conica f. conica, Hygrocybe conica var. aurantiolutea, Hygrocybe conica var. brevispora, Hygrocybe conica var. conica, Hygrocybe conica var. conicopalustris, Hygrocybe conica var. foliirubens, Hygrocybe conica var. minor, Hygrocybe conica var. pallidipes, Hygrocybe conica var. peradenyca, Hygrocybe conica var. tierneyi, Hygrocybe conica var. latispora
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Cornell University, Plant Pathology Herbarium

Hygrophorus conicus (Schaeff.) Fr.
CUP-A-020266Atkinson, George   1904-08-26
USA, New York, Suffolk, Long Island, Port Jefferson, 40.94639 -73.06972

New York Botanical Garden

Hygrocybe conica (Schaeff.:Fr.) P.Kumm.
1962535H. McCullough   s.n.1935-09-02
United States of America, New York, Swamp at edge of 1st Lake; Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island.

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