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Name: Laetiporus cincinnatus (Morgan) Burdsall, Banik, & Volk

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Nomenclature:
Rank: Species
Status: Accepted
Name: Laetiporus cincinnatus
Author: (Morgan) Burdsall, Banik, & Volk
Citation: in Banik, Burdsall & Volk, Folia cryptog. Estonica 33: 13 (1998)
Deprecated Synonym(s): Laetiporus sulphureus var. semialbinus

Classification: Edit

Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Polyporales
Family: Polyporaceae
Genus: Laetiporus


Notes on Taxonomy: Edit

Proper author citation should be (Morgan) Burds., Banik & T.J. Volk

Oddly, Index fungorum and mycobank list this species as a synonym for Laetiporus sulphureus despite molecular work to the contrary.


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Previous Version: 5

First person to use this name on MO: Tom Volk
Editors: Jason Hollinger, Erlon

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Created: 2012-08-07 07:15:53 PDT (-0700)
By: Lynette (lynette)
Summary: Wondering about eating

We found one that’s pale underneath on the ground oaks and pines all around. Wondering if it’s sulfur shelf and edible? Foundy August 6th, 2012.




Created: 2008-05-04 18:16:10 PDT (-0700) by Tom Volk (TomVolk)
Last modified: 2012-01-06 09:35:50 PST (-0800) by Erlon (Herbert Baker)
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