Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cymatoderma dendriticum (Actinostroma crassum, Beccariella trailii, Cladoderris australis, Cladoderris candolleana, Cladoderris crassa, Cladoderris dendritica, Stereum fenixii, Thelephora dendritica)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden

Cymatoderma dendriticum (Pers.) D.A.Reid
1990850S. Sheine   s.n.1995-02-07
Peru, Loreto, Rio Apayacu, east of Iquitos, -3.268333 -71.9975

USDA United States National Fungus Collections

BPI 269622Vargas-c. C.   155751964-06-05
Peru, Cuzco Dept, Paucartambo Prov. alt. 710 meters

BPI 269651Allard H. A.   223061949-10-30
Peru, San Martin Dept, Tingo Maria in Jungle on Ridge E. of Tingo Maria, alt. 625-1100 meters

BPI 269664Killip E. P.; Smith A. C.   22963;1929-05-10
Peru, Ayacucho Dept, Rio Apurimac Valley, near Kimpitiriki alt. 400 meters, Edge of dense Forest along Beach

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