paper is from 2012. where did you come to this conclusion?
Chael: That paper is old. This species certainly belongs in Lentinus.
Polyporus (Basidiomycota) in the Brazilian Amazonia, with notes on Polyporus indigenus I.J. Araujo & M.A. de Sousa and P. sapurema A. Møller
Sure, Lentinus tricholoma for this taxon needs a replacement name or a formal conservation to be technically correct, but I think it’s more important to make it clear that this is a Lentinus rather than a Polyporus.
“Nom. illegit., Art. 53.1” on IF
New info or more confidence in Lentinus as the valid genus?
Not sure how MO should handle this.
“Lentinus tricholoma” was already named by Berk. & Cooke in 1876, for what’s called L. swartzii now.
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