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Specimen Record

ContinentSouth America
CountryGuyana
State/ProvincePotaro-siparuni
LocalityRegion 8; Pakaraima Mountains; Upper Ireng Watershed; Suruwabaru Creek, 1-2 Km Upstream From Juncture With Yuarka River; Flatlands 1 Km West Of Suruwabaru Creek; 2,250 Ft.
Latitude5.058333
Longitude-59.906944
Institution CodeNy
Catalog Number01782637
Collected ByT. Henkel; M. Chin, P. Henkel, M. Williams, C. Andrew, P. Joseph, R. James
Date Collected1997-03-06

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The National Science Foundation has announced a new grant to provide funding for a nationwide, publicly accessible database of mushrooms and related fungi. Including mushrooms, porcini, puffballs, club fungi, conks, morels, stinkhorns, truffles and cup fungi, these organisms play a critical role in the lives of plants and animals, including humans. Some are gastronomical delights, others are deadly poisonous, and all serve as nature’s recyclers, returning nutrients to the soil through decomposition. Scientists in the U.S. have been studying macrofungi for the past 150 years, resulting in a legacy of approximately 1.4 million dried scientific specimens conserved in 35 institutions in 24 states. Through this project, led by Drs. Barbara M. Thiers and Roy E. Halling of The New York Botanical Garden, these treasures will be virtually liberated from their museum cabinets and shared on-line through the Mycology Collections Portal and through many other on-line collections databases such as The Garden’s Virtual Herbarium. The database created by this project will enable a national census of these critically important organisms, and allow researchers to better understand the relationship between macrofungi and other organisms.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameTulostoma
KingdomFungi
PhylumBasidiomycota
ClassAgaricomycetes
OrderAgaricales
FamilyAgaricaceae
GenusTulostoma
Specimen
Catalog Number01782637
Other Catalog NumbersVTMH 10096
Institution CodeNY
Occurrence ID1950428
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByT. Henkel; M. Chin, P. Henkel, M. Williams, C. Andrew, P. Joseph, R. James
Collector Number6320
Date Collected1997-03-06
Year1997
Month3
Day6
Start Day of Year65
Locality
CountryGuyana
State / ProvincePotaro-Siparuni
Continentsouth america
LocalityRegion 8; Pakaraima Mountains; Upper Ireng watershed; Suruwabaru Creek, 1-2 km upstream from juncture with Yuarka River; flatlands 1 km west of Suruwabaru Creek; 2,250 ft.
Decimal Latitude5.058333
Decimal Longitude-59.906944
Verbatim Coordinates5° 3' 30'' N 59° 54' 25'' W
Other
Modified2013-06-12 11:11:01
dcterms:referenceshttp://mycoportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1950428
symbiota:verbatimScientificNameTulostoma
dwc:rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
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