Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:101
Specimens with Barcodes:99
Species With Barcodes:5
Lentinula is a small genus of wood-inhabiting agarics. The neotropical species Lentinula boryana (= L. cubensis) is the type species. However, the best-known species is L. edodes, the shiitake. The genus, erected by Franklin Sumner Earle in 1909, contains eight species, especially in tropical regions.
- Lentinula aciculospora
- Lentinula boryana
- Lentinula edodes
- Lentinula guarapiensis
- Lentinula lateritia
- Lentinula novae-zelandiae
- Lentinula raphanica
- Lentinula reticeps
- Guzman G, Salmones D, Tapia F. (1997). Lentinula boryana: morphological variations, taxonomic position, distribution and relationships with Lentinula edodes and related species. Reports of the Tottori Mycological Institute 35:1–28. (abstract)
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