Dataset: NYBG-Pacific
Taxa: Amanitaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01947749   8711990-11-23
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai Co., Lawai, NTBG

NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01947747O. K. Miller   235531989-04-22
United States of America, Hawaii, Woahila Ridge State Rec. Area, Oahu

NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01947746O. K. Miller   245601990-08-01
United States of America, Hawaii, Paradise Park at the end of the Makuu Drive, eastern coast of the Big Island

NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01947748D. E. Hemmes   6161994-10-04
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai Co., Kokee

NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01937396D. E. Hemmes   1241990-09-17
United States of America, Hawaii, Kapiolani St, UHH, Hiloe

NYBG:Pacific
Amanita marmorata Cleland & E.-J.Gilbert
01937397D. E. Hemmes   5971994-10-03
United States of America, Hawaii, Koke'e Kauai


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.