Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Flaviporus liebmannii (Antrodiella liebmannii, Coriolus rigescens, Coriolus subpavonius, Flaviporus vernicifluus, Henningsia liebmannii, Leptoporus stereinus, Microporus rigescens, Microporus stereinus, Microporus vernicifluus, Polyporellus stereinus, Polyporus liebmannii, Polyporus rigescens, Polyporus schumannii, Polyporus stereinus, Polyporus vernicifluus, Polystictus rigescens, Polystictus schumannii, Polystictus stereinus, Polystictus subpavonius, Polystictus vernicifluus, Rigidoporus liebmannii, Tyromyces liebmannii), Flaviporus liebmannii var. liebmannii, Flaviporus liebmannii var. subglobisporus
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
Antrodiella liebmannii (Fr.) Ryvarden
LSU00172608Bernard Lowy   410P1958-10-31
Peru, Loreto, Rio Nanay, outskirts of Iquitos., -3.780439 -73.358394

New York Botanical Garden


NY:NY
Antrodiella liebmannii (Fr.) Ryvarden
1752269J. D. Boeke   12091977-03-09
Peru, Huánuco, Tingo Maria. Rio de Pavas.

NY:NY
Antrodiella liebmannii (Fr.) Ryvarden
1752268K. P. Dumont   PE 6361976-07-03
Peru, Huanuco, Vicinity Km Post 3 from Tingo Maria, on the Tingo Maria-Monzon Rd., 853m

USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Polyporus stereinus Berk. & M.A. Curtis
BPI 221377Wurdack J. J.   24241962-10-26
Peru, Loreto Department, Alto Amazonas, Upper End of Pongo de Manseriche, Rio Maranon Rainforest, alt. 250 meters

BPI
Polyporus stereinus Berk. & M.A. Curtis
BPI 221440Stakman E. C.   33A1940-09-21
Peru, Borgha

BPI
Polyporus stereinus Berk. & M.A. Curtis
BPI 221456Carpenter J. B.   1451949-09-03
Peru, Huanuco, Cuevo de Pavos, Tingo Maria


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