Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ustilago striiformis, Ustilago striiformis f. agrostidis, Ustilago striiformis f. hierochloes-odoratae, Ustilago striiformis f. phlei, Ustilago striiformis f. poae-annuae, Ustilago striiformis f. poae-pratensis, Ustilago striiformis f. striiformis, Ustilago striiformis var. agrostidis, Ustilago striiformis var. dactylidis, Ustilago striiformis var. holci, Ustilago striiformis var. phlei, Ustilago striiformis var. poae, Ustilago striiformis var. striiformis
Search Criteria: Lassen volcanic national park; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
LSU00155471William B. Cooke; V. G. Cooke   334751962-08-14
United States, California, Broke-Off Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park., 40.430879 -121.53625

University of California Berkeley, University Herbarium


UC
UC1318041W. B. Cooke   334751962-08-14
USA, California, Broke-Off Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park

UC
UC1318021W. B. Cooke   33476a1962-08-14
USA, California, Parking turnoff, foot of Broke-off Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
BPI 167926Cooke W. B.; Cooke V. G.   33476A;1962-08-14
United States, California, Lassen Volcanic National Park Parking Turnoff, Foot of Broke-off Mountain Trail, 40.432736 -121.534585

BPI
BPI 167928Cooke W. B.; Cooke V. G.   33475;1962-08-14
United States, California, Lassen Volcanic National Park Broke-off Mountain Trail, 40.437742 -121.530087

Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP55757Cooke, W. B.; Cooke, V. G.   1962-08-14
United States, California, foot of Brokeoff Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic National Park, 40.48111 -121.38222

WSP
WSP55777Cooke, W. B.; Cooke, V. G.   1962-08-14
United States, California, Brokeoff Mountain Trail, Lassen Volcanic national park, 40.48111 -121.38222


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Google Map

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