Lentinula guarapiensis

Lentinula guarapiensis

Lentinula guarapiensis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Agaricales
Family: Marasmiaceae
Genus: Lentinula
Species: L. guarapiensis
Binomial name
Lentinula guarapiensis
(Speg.) Pegler (1983)
  • Agaricus guarapiensis Speg. (1883)
  • Pleurotus guarapiensis (Speg.) Speg. (1887)[2]
  • Dendrosarcus guarapiensis (Speg.) Kuntze (1898)[3]
  • Lentinus guarapiensis (Speg.) Singer (1952)

Lentinula guarapiensis is a species of agaric fungus in the family Marasmiaceae that is found in Paraguay. Originally described by Carlos Luigi Spegazzini in 1883 as Agaricus guarapiensis,[4] it was moved to the genus Lentinula by David Pegler in 1983.[5] It is only known from the type collection.[6][7]


  1. ^ (Speg.) Pegler"Lentinula guarapiensis"GSD Species Synonymy: . CAB International. Retrieved 2015-03-09. 
  2. ^ Spegazzini PA. (1887). "Sylloge Hymenomycetum, Vol. I. Agaricineae" (in Latin) 5. p. 371. 
  3. ^ Kuntze O. (1898). Revisio generum plantarum (in Latin) 3. Leipzig: A. Felix. p. 464. 
  4. ^ Spegazzini C. (1883). "Fungi Guaranitici. Pugillus 1". Anales de la Sociedad Científica Argentina 16 (5): 242–8. 
  5. ^ Pegler D. (1983). "The genus Lentinula (Tricholomataceae tribe Collybieae)". Sydowia 36: 227–39. 
  6. ^ Nicholson MS, Thon MR, Royse DJ. "A short ribosomal DNA sequence from a 115-year-old Lentinula guarapiensis herbarium specimen". In Royse DJ (ed.). Mushroom Biology and Mushroom Products (PDF). pp. 67–73.  
  7. ^ Hibbett DS. (2001). "Lentinula"Shiitake mushrooms and molecular clocks: historical biogepgraphy of (PDF). Journal of Biogeography 28: 213–41. 

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