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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNew York
County/ParishTompkins
LocalityRingwood Reserve.
Institution CodeSfsu
Catalog NumberSfsu-f-002767
Collected ByT. Baroni
Date Collected1980-09-21

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The primary research focus of the Harry D. Thiers Herbarium is mycology. Most of the early collections were made by Harry Thiers and his students, and later by Dennis Desjardin and his students. Specialties include fleshy fungi of North America, Hawai'i, Indonesia, and southeast Asia; California lichens, bryophytes, and flowering plants, with an exceptionally large collection of Arctostaphylos. The herbarium was established in 1959 as the SFSU Herbarium, and was renamed the HDT Herbarium following Harry's retirement in 1989.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameBoletus subglabripes
KingdomFungi
PhylumBasidiomycota
ClassAgaricomycetes
OrderBoletales
FamilyBoletaceae
GenusBoletus
Specific Epithetsubglabripes
Scientific Name AuthorsPeck
Specimen
Identified ByT. Baroni
Catalog NumberSFSU-F-002767
Institution CodeSFSU
Occurrence ID1521747
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByT. Baroni
Collector Number3908
Date Collected1980-09-21
Year1980
Month9
Day21
Start Day of Year265
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceNew York
CountyTompkins
Continentnorth america
LocalityRingwood Reserve.
HabitatSoil and humus, under beech, maple, birch (Fagus, Acer, Betula).
Other
Modified2015-08-11 12:37:50
symbiota:recordEnteredByk_sweeten
dwc:collectionID6d7928b7-550a-4842-9194-317610d85e74
dcterms:referenceshttp://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1521747
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