Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Coniophora puteana (Aldridgea gelatinosa, Coniophora brunnea, Coniophora cellaris, Coniophora cerebella, Coniophora cuticularis, Coniophora gelatinosa, Coniophora incrustans, Coniophora laxa, Coniophora lurida, Coniophora luteocincta, Coniophora membranacea, Coniophora piceae, Corticium cellare, Corticium luteocinctum, Corticium puteanum, Fibrillaria ramosissima, Himantia ramosissima, Hypochnus brunneus, Hypochnus laxus, Merulius polychromus, Coniophora arida var. lurida, Coniophora cerebella f. campestris, Coniophora cerebella f. corallina, Coniophora cerebella f. globularis, Coniophora cerebella subsp. laxa, Coniophora membranacea var. leioplaca, Coniophora puteana f. laxa, Coniophora puteana subsp. areolatum, Coniophora puteana var. areolata, Coniophora puteana var. cellaris, Coniophora puteana var. cerebella, Coniophora puteana var. rimosa, Coniophora puteana var. tuberculosa, Corticium puteanum var. areolatum, Thelephora cerebella, Thelephora laxa, Thelephora luteocincta, Thelephora puteana, Tomentella brunnea, Thelephora puteana var. areolata, Thelephora puteana var. cellaris, Thelephora puteana var. cerebella, Thelephora puteana var. colliculosa), Coniophora puteana f. puteana, Coniophora puteana subsp. puteana, Coniophora puteana var. incrustata, Coniophora puteana var. puteana
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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USDA United States National Fungus Collections


BPI
Coniophora puteana (Schumach.) P. Karst.
BPI 290333Ames F. H.   1916-10-12
United States, New York, Valley Stream, Long Island

BPI
Coniophora puteana (Schumach.) P. Karst.
BPI 290337Bovrodin D.   1955-11-14
United States, New York, Astoria, Long Island from Garage


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