Lentinula lateritia is a species of agaric fungus in the family Omphalotaceae. It is found in South-east Asia and Australasia, except for New Zealand. Originally described by Miles Joseph Berkeley in 1881 as a species of Agaricus, it was transferred to the genus Lentinula in 1983 by David Pegler.

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  • Lentinula lateritia is a species of agaric fungus in the family Omphalotaceae. It is found in South-east Asia and Australasia, except for New Zealand. Originally described by Miles Joseph Berkeley in 1881 as a species of Agaricus, it was transferred to the genus Lentinula in 1983 by David Pegler. (en)
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  • *Lentinus lateritius (Berk. (1881)
  • *Pocillaria lateritia (Berk.)Kuntze(1891)
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  • Lentinula lateritia
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  • Lentinula lateritia is a species of agaric fungus in the family Omphalotaceae. It is found in South-east Asia and Australasia, except for New Zealand. Originally described by Miles Joseph Berkeley in 1881 as a species of Agaricus, it was transferred to the genus Lentinula in 1983 by David Pegler. (en)
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  • Lentinula lateritia (en)
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