Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amauroderma schomburgkii (Amauroderma gusmanianum, Amauroderma heteromorphum, Amauroderma mosselmanii, Amauroderma ocellatum, Amauroderma papillatum, Amauroderma regulicolor, Fomes brunneopictus, Fomes cassiicolor, Fomes glaziovii, Fomes heteromorphus, Fomes ocellatus, Fomes regulicolor, Fomes schomburgkii, Fomes semiclausus, Fomes xylodes, Ganoderma papillatum, Ganoderma schomburgkii, Ganoderma xylodes, Polyporus brunneopictus, Polyporus cassiicolor, Polyporus heteromorphus, Polyporus ocellatus, Polyporus papillatus, Polyporus schomburgkii, Polyporus semiclausus, Polyporus xylodes, Scindalma brunneopictum, Scindalma cassiicolor, Scindalma glaziovii, Scindalma heteromorphum, Scindalma ocellatum, Scindalma regulicolor, Scindalma schomburgkii, Scindalma semiclausum, Scindalma xylodes, Polyporus glaziovii), Amauroderma schomburgkii f. gusmanianum, Amauroderma schomburgkii f. schomburgkii
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections

Amauroderma ocellatum (Berk.) Lloyd ex Wakef.
BPI 237113Wurdack J. J.   1962-10-19
Peru, Loreto Dept, Alto Amazonas, Pongo de Manseriche Rain Forest alt. 300-550 meters

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Google Map

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