Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cerrena unicolor (Antrodia incana, Bulliardia grisea, Bulliardia nigrozonata, Bulliardia unicolor, Cerrena cinerea, Coriolus unicolor, Daedalea cinerea, Daedalea grisea, Daedalea incana, Daedalea latissima, Daedalea lobata, Daedalea nigrozonata, Daedalea unicolor, Daedaleopsis incana, Lenzites cinerea, Phyllodontia magnusii, Phyllodontia unicolor, Physisporus latissimus, Polyporus latissimus, Sistotrema cinereum, Sistotrema unicolor, Striglia cinerea, Striglia unicolor, Agaricus cinereus, Sistotrema cinereum var. cinereum, Trametes latissima, Trametes unicolor, Trametes unicolor f. latissima, Boletus unicolor), Cerrena unicolor f. albida, Cerrena unicolor f. irpicoides, Cerrena unicolor f. poroides, Cerrena unicolor f. resupinata, Cerrena unicolor f. unicolor, Cerrena unicolor var. irpicoides, Cerrena unicolor var. unicolor
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium

Cerrena unicolor (Fr.) Murrill
LSU00173767Bernard Lowy   5541 P1972-11-21
Peru, Yagua Indian Reservation near Iquitos, Dpto. Loreto, -2.856743 -71.305938

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Google Map

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