Dataset: OSU-M
Search Criteria: Substrate: Humus; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC

114344V. Rohling   45.67
Substrate: Humus, additional notes available\\ CVS Plot #2155170, CROOKS AND FORKS. NO SITE TREE POINT 3.", Mt. Hood National Forest, Hood River Ranger District, From the Dee Mill and the jct. of the 13 and 2820 roads. Follow the 2820 northwest for 11.3 miles to the trail #411 trailhead. Hike the 411 trail north for approximately 2.2 miles, then leave the trail and head northeast onto ridge. Follow the ridge northeast for about 6000 feet to Reference point tree. Note: Allow plenty of time to get to the sample unit and to hike out.

117668Mike Roantree   44.72
Substrate: humus, TW", Willamette National Forest, Detroit Ranger District, CVS Plot #2117162\\ From Detroit travel east on FS road 46 for about 13 miles to road 4685. Travel southeast on road 4685 for about 5.5 miles to large gravel parking lot on the south side of road. Hike south from parking lot about 600 feet to Brietenbush river. Find a log to cross and then continue at about 250 degrees for 400 feet to Reference point.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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