The genus Lentinus (Basidiomycetes) from India - an annotated checklist

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Sapan Kumar Sharma
Narender Singh Atri

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An annotated checklist of species of genus Lentinus has been presented in this paper. On scrutiny of the latest authentic literature and mycobank record, out of a total of 41 documented species from India, 20 were found to be valid species while 21 were invalid species which were found to be synonyms.

 

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Sharma, S.K. and Atri, N.S. 2015. The genus Lentinus (Basidiomycetes) from India - an annotated checklist. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 7, 11 (Sep. 2015), 7843–7848. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o3864.7843-8.
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