Name: Polyporus leprieurii
Citation: Polyporus (Basidiomycota) in the Brazilian Amazonia, with notes on Polyporus indigenus I.J. Araujo & M.A. de Sousa and P. sapurema A. Møller
COMMENTS: This species is characterized by the flabelliform basidiomata, with lateral stipe with a black cuticle, the beige to pale brown pileus surface and the small pores (5–8 per mm). Polyporus guianensis is similar, but differs by having larger pores (1–2 per mm) and smaller basidiospores [8–12 × 2.5–4 μm in P. guianensis and 4.5–7 × 2–2.5(3) μm in P. leprieurii].
KNOWN DISTRIBUTION: Tropical and subtropical areas of America and oriental Asia (Núñez & Ryvarden 2001). In the Brazilian Amazonia, recorded in the states of Acre, Amazonas and Pará (Gomes-Silva & Gibertoni 2009).
SUBSTRATE: on deciduous wood.
MATERIAL EXAMINED: BRAZIL. ACRE: loc. n. det., B.Lowy et al., XI/1980, (INPA 100447, 100633, 100693, 100746, 100765, 100815); AMAZONAS: Manaus, L.F.Coêlho, VII/1955 (INPA 14226); G.T.Prance et al., XII/1966 (INPA 19213); E.Lleras et al., XI/1973 (INPA 43097); G.T.Prance et al.,
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