Dataset: OSU-F
Search Criteria: Whatcom; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Fungi, OSC


OSU-OSC:F
Collybia cirrhata (Schumach.) Quél.
112609J. Iaccarino   10/2/01
Whatcom, Mt. Baker Ranger District at FS 3065, Mt. Baker National Forest, Take 542 to FS 3065 at the maintainence station. Go 4.1 miles on 3065 to the Terrhoi trailhead. Hike to the lake and around the east side. Form a small knobb just northeast of the lake hike across brush/rock jumble to upper corner of brush field at 3960 feet continue northerly to 4100 feet elevation to get through the next brush field in an area from 4000 feet -4200 feet elev. and the edge of ridge beginning to slop down in the draw and the next large brush field., 49 - -122m

OSU-OSC:F
Galerina atkinsoniana A.H. Sm.
112590C. Kovach   9/11/01
Whatcom, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 49 - -122m

OSU-OSC:F
Craterellus tubaeformis (Fr.) Quél.
116516C. Kovach   9/11/01
Whatcom, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 49 - -122m

OSU-OSC:F
Alpova diplophloeus (Zeller & C.W. Dodge) Trappe & A.H. Sm.
119533A. Johnson   7/30/03
Whatcom, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, 49 - -122m


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