Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hydnopolyporus palmatus (Craterellus sparassoides, Hydnum palmatum, Leucoporus warmingii, Microporus palmatus, Polyporus palmatus, Polyporus sparassoides, Polyporus warmingii, Polystictus palmatus, Polystictus warmingii, Hydnopolyporus palmatus f. capitatus, Hydnopolyporus palmatus f. palmatus, Hydnopolyporus palmatus f. warmingii, Trombetta sparassoides)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Louisiana State University, Bernard Lowy Mycological Herbarium


LSUM:Fungi
Hydnopolyporus palmatus (Hook.) O. Fidalgo
LSU00175752Philip J. Barbour   49841980-04-23
Peru, Madre de Dios, Province Tambopata: ca. 30 air km or 70-80 river km SSW Puerto Maldonado at effluence Rio La Torre (Rio D'Orbigny)/Rio Tambopata(SE bank); Tambopata Nature Reserve, -12.835975 -69.296448, 260m

LSUM:Fungi
Hydnopolyporus palmatus (Hook.) O. Fidalgo
LSU00175753Cesar Vargas C.   289aP1949-01-21
Peru, Cuzco, Vicinity of Quincemil, -13.230952 -70.754591


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