× Take our 30-second survey
The U.S. National Science Foundation and iDigBio are required to collect information on use of digitized collections-based specimen data. Please help us meet this requirement every time you use this search portal. Sustainability of the national digitization effort depends on evidence of data use! Maybe later.

Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceCalifornia
County/ParishSierra
LocalityYuba Pass.
Latitude39.625005
Longitude-120.576795
Institution CodeSfsu
Catalog NumberSfsu-f-006864
Collected ByH. D. Thiers
Date Collected1972-09-10

Media

From Recordset

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/patters/herbarium/

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.

Contacts

Namenone
Rolenone
Emailmycoportal.contact@gmail.com
Namenone
Rolenone
Emailmycoportal.contact@gmail.com
Name Dennis Desjardin
Rolenone
Emailded@sfsu.edu
Name Ben
Rolenone
Emailnone
Name Dennis Desjardin
RoleCollection Manager
Emailded@sfsu.edu
  • Data
  • Flags
  • Raw
Taxonomy
Scientific NameSuillus tomentosus
KingdomFungi
PhylumBasidiomycota
ClassAgaricomycetes
OrderBoletales
FamilySuillaceae
GenusSuillus
Specific Epithettomentosus
Scientific Name Authors(Kauffman) Singer
Specimen
Identified ByH. D. Thiers
Catalog NumberSFSU-F-006864
Institution CodeSFSU
Occurrence ID2072635
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByH. D. Thiers
Collector Number30010
Date Collected1972-09-10
Year1972
Month9
Day10
Start Day of Year254
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceCalifornia
CountySierra
Continentnorth america
LocalityYuba Pass.
HabitatSolitary in soil under lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta)
Decimal Latitude39.625005
Decimal Longitude-120.576795
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters15000
Georeference RemarksPlaced marker at SFSU's Sierra Field campus, and set error at 15 km to include all frequently visited collection localities.
Georeferenced Byvellinga (2015-08-18 10:20:30)
Other
Modified2015-08-18 18:27:53
dwc:datasetID7ddf754f-d193-4cc9-b351-99906754a03b
dwc:georeferenceSourcesgeoref batch tool 2015-08-18; GeoLocate
symbiota:recordEnteredByr_schuster
dwc:collectionID6d7928b7-550a-4842-9194-317610d85e74
dwc:georeferenceVerificationStatusreviewed - high confidence
dcterms:referenceshttp://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=2072635
specimen list