Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lycoperdon pyriforme, Lycoperdon pyriforme subsp. globosum, Lycoperdon pyriforme subsp. pyriforme, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. acuminatum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. betulinum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. desmazieri, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. echinosporum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. flavum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. globosum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. globulosum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. icterinum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. intumescens, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. pyriforme, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. serotinum, Lycoperdon pyriforme var. usambarense
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 734116Zabriskie J. L.   1888-09-29
United States, New York, Long Island Lott Wood, Flatbush

BPI
BPI 734118Zabriskie J. L.   1888-09-29
United States, New York, Long Island Lott Wood, Flatbush

BPI
BPI 734120Zabriskie J. L.   1889-08-28
United States, New York, Long Island Lott Wood, Flatbush

BPI
BPI 734136Zabriskie J. L.   1888-09-29
United States, New York, Long Island Lott Wood, Flatbush


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