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Specimen Record

ContinentOceania
CountryNew Zealand
State/ProvinceTaupo District
LocalityTe Iringa Hut Track, Kaimanawa Forest Park (off Clements Rd., South Of Taupo)
Latitude-38.9576111111111
Longitude176.220166666667
Institution CodeDuke
Catalog Number0045026
Collected ByRytas Vilgalys
Date Collected1995-06-17

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The Duke Fungal Herbarium was established by Duke mycologist Rytas Vilgalys in the early 1990's. The herbarium consists mainly of basidiomycete collections with special emphasis on Agaricales. Rust collections of Solheim & Cummins (Mycoflora Saximontanensis Exsiccata) are also housed at Duke. Specimens of Septobasidium, collected by Dr. Daniel Henk for his dissertation research, and dissertation research vouchers of truffles (Tuber) of Dr. Greg Bonito, are among the most recent additions.

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Taxonomy
KingdomFungi
PhylumBasidiomycota
ClassAgaricomycetes
OrderCantharellales
FamilyHydnaceae
Specimen
Catalog Number0045026
Other Catalog Numbers3023
Institution CodeDUKE
Occurrence ID1937192
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByRytas Vilgalys
Collector Number95/642
Date Collected1995-06-17
Verbatim Date Collected6/17/1995
Year1995
Month6
Day17
Start Day of Year168
Collection Remarkspileus 5 cm across, laterally stipitate, surface nearly smooth, nearly white, staining yellowish orange/brown. context white, firm, odor and taste pleasant fungoid. hymenium toothed, 5 mm deep, decurrent, palest tan staining orange/brown. stipe knobby, buried in substrate, white, firm; fruiting habit: gregarious.
Locality
CountryNew Zealand
State / ProvinceTAUPO district
Continentoceania
LocalityTe Iringa hut track, Kaimanawa Forest Park (off Clements Rd., south of Taupo)
HabitatNothofagus fusca and N. menziesii; on rotted wood under Nothofagus
Decimal Latitude-38.9576111111111
Decimal Longitude176.220166666667
Verbatim Coordinates176.13'12.6" E / 38.57'27.4" S
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Modified2014-05-19 15:18:50
dwc:collectionIDurn:uuid:1231eb25-bc07-4174-9660-69fe787f1c2e
dwc:rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
symbiota:verbatimScientificNameHydnum dentinum
dcterms:referenceshttp://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1937192
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