Dataset: GEO
Taxa: Leccinum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
20665Alessandro Saita   2015-00-00
Republic of Estonia, Estonia

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
451Chas H. Driver   1950-04-10
United States of America, Tennessee, Polk County, Willis Springs

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
2680L. R. Hesler   1947-09-06
United States of America, Tennessee, Blount County, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
3456Chas H. Driver   1951-07-13
United States of America, North Carolina, Highland L25

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
60006   

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
1776Chas H. Driver   1950-09-03
United States of America, Georgia, Lumpkin County, Unknown

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
2713Chas H. Driver   1950-08-20
United States of America, North Carolina, Macon County, Watershed Management Research Coweeta Experimental Forest

GEO:General Collection
Leccinum scabrum (Bulliard) Gray
3015Chas H. Driver   1950-09-16
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Briarcliff Road


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