12753900 Site Logo
ARS Home About Us Helptop nav spacerContact Us En Espanoltop nav spacer

This data has been extracted from databases maintained by the
U.S. National Fungus Collections.
Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

This report contains data from the following databases: Nomenclature, Specimens, Fungus-Host, Literature

Oct 27, 2021

Nomenclature data for Stereum sanguinolentum

Stereum sanguinolentum (Alb. & Schwein. : Fr.) Fr. 1838 (Basidiomycetes, Russulales)

Stereum balsameum Peck 1875

Haematostereum sanguinolentum (Alb. & Schwein. : Fr.) Pouzar 1959

Distribution: Widespread.

Substrate: On conifers. Red heart rot of living trees.

Updated prior to 1989

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 298 records for Stereum sanguinolentum.

Haematostereum sanguinolentum:

Abies amabilis: Canada - 8376,

Abies balsamea Canada - 8376,

Abies grandis Canada - 8376,

Abies lasiocarpa Canada - 8376,Idaho - 2730,

Fagus grandifolia Canada - 8376,

Larix laricina Canada - 8376,

Larix occidentalis Canada - 8376,

Larix sp. Canada - 8376,

Picea engelmannii Canada - 8376,Idaho - 2730,

Picea glauca Canada - 8376,

Picea glauca var. albertiana Canada - 8376,

Picea mariana Canada - 8376,

Picea rubens Canada - 8376,

Picea sitchensis Canada - 8376,

Picea sp. Canada - 8376,

Pinus banksiana Canada - 8376,

Pinus contorta var. contorta Canada - 8376,

Pinus contorta var. latifolia Canada - 8376,

Pinus monticola Canada - 8376,

Pinus ponderosa Canada - 8376,Southwestern states - 1219,

Pinus resinosa Canada - 8376,

Pinus sp. Canada - 8376,

Pinus strobus Canada - 8376,

Populus tremuloides Canada - 8376,

Pseudotsuga menziesii Canada - 8376,

Thuja plicata Canada - 8376,Idaho - 2730,

Tsuga heterophylla Idaho - 2730,

Stereum sanguinolentum:

Abies alba: Germany - 6126, 42067,Norway - 7983,

Abies amabilis Canada - 7870,

Abies balsamea Canada - 7870,Maine - 291,Michigan - 291,New Hampshire - 291,Northeastern states - 94,New York - 94, 291,Vermont - 291,

Abies concolor Arizona - 277, 291, 312,New Mexico - 346,

Abies fraseri Tennessee - 94, 291,

Abies grandis Canada - 7870,Idaho - 94,

Abies lasiocarpa (Stem rot.) Canada - 7870,Colorado - 94,Idaho - 94, 3124,

Abies lasiocarpa var. arizonica Arizona - 312,

Abies sachalinensis Japan - 42066,

Abies sibirica USSR - 7983,

Abies sp. Australia - 8051,China - 30293,Colorado - 291,Greece - 32768,Japan - 8051,Maine - 291,New Zealand - 8051,New York - 291,South Africa - 8051,USSR - 8051,

Abies veitchii Japan - 42066,

Acacia auriculiformis Brunei Darussalam - 6778,

Acacia mollissima Southern Africa - 8029,

Agathis australis New Zealand - 6224, 7983, 40040,

Alnus sp. Washington - 44,

Alnus tenuifolia (On dead limbs.) California - 2524,

Amelanchier cusickii Idaho - 291,

Dacrydium cupressinum New Zealand - 6224, 7983, 40040,

Dracophyllum sp. New Zealand - 6224, 40040,

Duranta repens Brunei Darussalam - 6778,

Larix decidua Connecticut - 291,England - 7983, 8051,Idaho - 94,Japan - 42066,New Zealand - 6224, 40040,Norway - 7983, 8051,

Larix kaempferi Massachusetts - 291,

Larix laricina Canada - 8051,

Larix leptolepis Japan - 42066,

Larix occidentalis Idaho - 44, 94, 2705,Montana - 291,Washington - 44,

Larix russica Iceland - 46930,

Larix sp. (Root rot.) Idaho - 291,New York - 291,Range of host - 94,

Nothofagus menziesii New Zealand - 6224, 37464, 40040,

Picea abies England - 7983,Finland - 6475, 36482, 53407,Germany - 6126, 7983, 42067,Idaho - 94,Norway - 7983,New York - 3305,Poland - 33176,Slovakia - 46817,Sweden - 7983,Vermont - 291,

Picea engelmannii Arizona - 102, 312,Colorado - 94, 102,Idaho - 3124,Oregon - 102,Washington - 102,Wyoming - 3680,

Picea glauca Alaska - 84, 102, 3155, 8313,

Picea glehnii Japan - 42066,

Picea jezoensis Japan - 42066,

Picea rubens Connecticut - 102,Maine - 102, 291,New Hampshire - 102, 291,New York - 102, 291,Vermont - 291,

Picea sitchensis Alaska - 84, 102, 3155, 8313,Scotland - 6344,

Picea sp. Alaska - 84,China - 30293,Germany - 39353,New York - 291,Range of host - 94,

Picea √ólutzii Alaska - 8313,

Pinus aristata (White rot.) Colorado - 183,

Pinus banksiana Connecticut - 291,

Pinus canariensis South Africa - 34234,

Pinus caribaea (dieback of small branches) Brunei Darussalam - 6778,South Africa - 34234,

Pinus cembra Norway - 7983, 8051,

Pinus contorta Colorado - 291,Iceland - 46930,Idaho - 44,Washington - 44,

Pinus douglasiana South Africa - 34234,

Pinus elliottii Hawaii - 36926,South Africa - 34234,Zimbabwe - 6903,

Pinus halepensis Greece - 8187, 32768,Portugal - 6154,South Africa - 34234,Spain - 6171,

Pinus kesiya South Africa - 34234,

Pinus lambertiana South Africa - 34234,

Pinus leiophylla South Africa - 34234,

Pinus longifolia South Africa - 34234,

Pinus montezumae South Africa - 34234,

Pinus monticola Canada - 8051,Idaho - 44, 94, 2072,

Pinus mugo Germany - 6126, 42067,

Pinus muricata South Africa - 34234,

Pinus nigra Greece - 32768,

Pinus nigra subsp. laricio New Zealand - 6192, 6224, 40040,

Pinus oocarpa South Africa - 34234,

Pinus oocarpa var. microphylla South Africa - 34234,

Pinus pallasiana Ukraine - 42264,

Pinus palustris South Africa - 34234,

Pinus patula South Africa - 34234,Zimbabwe - 6903,

Pinus pinaster Hawaii - 36926,South Africa - 34234,

Pinus pinaster var. hamiltoni South Africa - 34234,

Pinus pinea Portugal - 6154,

Pinus ponderosa Arizona - 312,Idaho - 44,Massachusetts - 291,Washington - 44,

Pinus pseudostrobus South Africa - 34234,

Pinus pseudostrobus var. tenuifolia South Africa - 34234,

Pinus radiata (monterey pine, insignis pine) Australia - 6801,California - 25284,New Zealand - 6192, 6224, 40040,South Africa - 34234,

Pinus resinosa Connecticut - 291,Massachusetts - 291,New Hampshire - 291,New York - 291,

Pinus rigida Massachusetts - 291,

Pinus roxburghii South Africa - 34234,

Pinus sabiniana South Africa - 34234,

Pinus silvestris Denmark - 8051,Finland - 8051,Norway - 8051,Sweden - 8051,

Pinus sp. Faeroe Islands - 8274,New Zealand - 6192, 6224,North central states - 94,Northeastern states - 94,Northwestern states - 94,New York - 291,South Africa - 6959,Southern Africa - 8029,

Pinus strobus Canada - 8051,Connecticut - 291,Idaho - 44, 94,Japan - 42066,Massachusetts - 291,Maine - 291,New Hampshire - 291,Range of host - 94,Vermont - 291,

Pinus sylvestris Japan - 42066,Norway - 7983,Poland - 33176,Portugal - 8026,South Africa - 34234,

Pinus taeda (loblolly pine) New Zealand - 6192, 6224, 40040,South Africa - 34234,Zimbabwe - 6903,

Pinus tecumumani South Africa - 34234,

Pinus teocote South Africa - 34234,

Pinus thunbergii South Africa - 34234,

Pseudotsuga menziesii Arizona - 312,Iceland - 46930,Idaho - 44,Massachusetts - 291,New Zealand - 6192, 6224, 40040,Oregon - 44,Slovakia - 46817,Washington - 44,

Pseudotsuga sp. California - 291,Oregon - 50,

Pseudotsuga taxifolia Northwestern states - 94,

Quercus agrifolia California - 52324,

Quercus sp. California - 25284,

Thuja plicata (On wood.) Montana - 44, 94,

Tsuga canadensis Connecticut - 291,New Hampshire - 291,New York - 291,Pennsylvania - 291,Range of host - 94,

Tsuga diversifolia Japan - 42066,

Tsuga heterophylla Alaska - 3155, 8313,Idaho - 44, 3124,Northwestern states - 94,

Tsuga mertensiana Alaska - 8313,Idaho - 44, 94,Montana - 94,Washington - 94,

Tsuga sieboldii Japan - 42066,

Tsuga sp. Alaska - 8051,Canada - 8051,China - 8051, 30293,Massachusetts - 291,Maine - 291,New York - 441,

unknown Poland - 33182,

unknown, trunk Poland - 33171,

The Literature database has 60 records for Stereum sanguinolentum.

Anonymous 1960. Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 165: 1-531. (94)

Anonymous 1964. Diseases of widely planted forest trees. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 237 pages. (8051)

BPI n/a. National Fungus Collections. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, MD, n/a pages. (277)

Cardoso, J., Melo, I., and Telleria, M.T. 1992. Aphyllophorales of Peneda-Geres National Park (Portugal). Cryptog. Bot. 2: 395-404. (8026)

Cash, E.K. 1953. A checklist of Alaskan fungi. Pl. Dis. Reporter Suppl. 219: 1-70. (84)

Chacko, R.J., and Partridge, A.D. 1976. Decay fungi isolated from conifers of northern Idaho. Pl. Dis. Reporter 60: 960-963. (3124)

Chamuris, G.P. 1988. The nonstipitate stereoid fungi in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Mycol. Mem. 14: 1-247. (291)

Conners, I.L. 1967. An Annotated Index of Plant Diseases in Canada and Fungi Recorded on Plants in Alaska, Canada and Greenland. Res. Bra. Canada Dept. Agri. 1251: 1-381. (7870)

Cook, R.P., and Dubé, A.J. 1989. Host-pathogen index of plant diseases in South Australia. South Australian Department of Agriculture, 1-142 pages. (6801)

Cooke, W.B. 1939-1951. Mycobiota of North America (some subtitled Mycobiota of Mt. Shasta) Nos. 1 - 450. Exsiccati set, NA pages. (2705)

Cooke, W.B. 1985. Fungi of Lassen Volcanic National Park. Coop. Natl. Park Resources Unit, Univ. California at Davis, Techn. Rep. 21: 251. (2524)

Crous, P.W., Phillips, A.J.L., and Baxter, A.P. 2000. Phytopathogenic Fungi from South Africa. University of Stellenbosch, Department of Plant Pathology Press, 358 pages. (34234)

Dingley, J.M. 1969. Host plants, pathogens, and physiological diseases. New Zealand Dept. Sci. Industr. Res. Bull. 192: 10-87. (6192)

Doidge, E.M. 1950. The South African fungi and lichens to the end of 1945. Bothalia 5: 1-1094. (8029)

Dudka, I.O., Heluta, V.P., Tykhonenko, Y.Y., Andrianova, T.V., Hayova, V.P., Prydiuk, M.P., Dzhagan, V.V., and Isikov, V.P. 2004. [Fungi of the Crimean Peninsula] (Translated from Russian). M.G. Kholodny Institute of Botany, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 452 pages. (42264)

Dylag, E., and Gumiñska, B. 1997. Postfire macromycetes from deciduous wood in the Chrzanow forest inspectorate (S Poland). Acta Mycol. 2: 173-187. (33171)

Enderle, M. 1974-79. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Ulmer Pilzflora: Polyporales und Poriales/Aphyllophorales. Mitt. Naturwiss. Ver. Mathematik 30: 1-62. (39353)

Flisiñska, Z. 1997. Macromycetes of the Jastkowice Forest Reserve. Acta Mycol. 32: 303-313. (33182)

French, A.M. 1989. California Plant Disease Host Index. Calif. Dept. Food Agric., Sacramento, 394 pages. (25284)

Friedrich, S. 1997. Macromycetes of the proposed nature reserve Wilcze Uroczysko-Olszanka in the Odra estuary. Acta Mycol. 32: 239-255. (33176)

Gadgil, P.D. 2005. Fungi on trees and shrubs in New Zealand. Fungi of New Zealand (Volume 4). Fungal Diversity Press, Hong Kong, 437 pages. (40040)

Gilbertson, R.L. 1974. Fungi that decay ponderosa pine. University of Arizona Press, 197 pages. (1219)

Gilbertson, R.L., Bigelow, D.M., Hemmes, D.E., and Desjardin, D.E. 2002. Annotated check list of Wood-Rotting Basidiomycetes of Hawai'i. Mycotaxon 82: 215-239. (36926)

Gilbertson, R.L., Burdsall Jr., H.H., and Larsen, M.J. 1975. Notes on wood-rotting hymenomycetes in New Mexico. Southw. Naturalist 19: 347-360. (346)

Gilbertson, R.L., Martin, K.J., and Lindsey, J.P. 1974. Annotated check list and host index for Arizona wood-rotting fungi. Univ. Arizona Agric. Exp. Sta. Techn. Bull. 209: 1-48. (312)

Ginns, J.H. 1986. Compendium of plant disease and decay fungi in Canada 1960-1980. Res. Br. Can. Agric. Publ. 1813: 416. (8376)

Gorter, G.J.M.A. 1977. Index of plant pathogens and the diseases they cause in cultivated plants in South Africa. Republic South Africa Dept. Agric. Techn. Serv. Pl. Protect. Res. Inst. Sci. Bull. 392: 1-177. (6959)

Gregory, S.C. 1984. Micro-organisms isolated from wounded stems of Picea sitchensis. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 83: 683-725. (6344)

Hobbs, S.D., and Partridge, A.D. 1979. Wood decays, root rots, and stand composition along an elevation gradient. Forest Sci. 25: 31-42. (2730)

Kaitera, J., Henttonen, H.M., and Muller, M.M. 2019. Fungal species associated with butt rot of mature Scots pine and Norway spruce in northern boreal forests of Northern Ostrobothnia and Kainuu in Finland. Eur. J. Pl. Pathol. 154(3): 541-554. (53407)

Kimmey, J.W., and Stevenson, J.A. 1957. A forest disease survey of Alaska. Pl. Dis. Reporter Suppl. 247: 86-98. (3155)

Kobayashi, T. 2007. Index of fungi inhabiting woody plants in Japan. Host, Distribution and Literature. Zenkoku-Noson-Kyoiku Kyokai Publishing Co., Ltd., 1227 pages. (42066)

Kulhavy, D.L., Chacko, R.J., and Partridge, A.D. 1978. Some decay and disease fungi isolated from western white pine in northern Idaho. Pl. Dis. Reporter 62: 332-336. (2072)

Lindsey, J.P., and Gilbertson, R.L. 1983. Notes on Basidiomycetes that decay bristlecone pine. Mycotaxon 18: 541-559. (183)

Lynch, S.C., Zambino, P.J., Scott, T.A., and Eskalen, A. 2014. Occurence, incidence and associations among fungal pathogens and Agrilus auroguttatus, and their roles in Quercus agrifolia decline in California. Forest Pathol. 44(1): 62-74. (52324)

Martin, K.J., and Gilbertson, R.L. 1980. Synopsis of wood rotting-fungi on spruce in North America: III. Mycotaxon 10: 479-501. (102)

Masuka, A.J., and Ryvarden, L. 1992. Aphyllophorales on Pinus and Eucalyptus in Zimbabwe. Mycotaxon 44: 243-250. (6903)

McKenzie, E.H.C., Buchanan, P.K., and Johnston, P.R. 2000. Checklist of fungi on Nothofagus species in New Zealand. New Zealand J. Bot. 38: 635-720. (37464)

Melo, I. 1989. As Aphyllophorales do parque florestal de Monsanto (Lisboa-Portugal). Portugaliae Acta Biol., Ser. B, Sist. 15: 295-323. (6154)

Mix, A.J. 1954. Report of the 1952 foray. Mycologia 46: 112-123. (441)

Muller, M.M., and Hallaksela, A.-M. 2000. Fungal diversity in Norway spruce: a case study. Mycol. Res. 104: 1139-1145. (36482)

Pantidou, M.E. 1973. Fungus-host index for Greece. Benaki Phytopathol. Inst., Kiphissia, Athens., 382 pages. (8187)

Pennycook, S.R. 1989. Plant diseases recorded in New Zealand. 3 Vol. Pl. Dis. Div., D.S.I.R., Auckland, -- pages. (6224)

Peregrine, W.T.H., and Ahmad, K.B. 1982. Brunei: A first annotated list of plant diseases and associated organisms. Phytopathol. Pap. 27: 1-87. (6778)

Raper, K.B., Cooke, W.B., and Taft, R.A. 1954. The 1950 foray of the Mycological Society of America. Mycologia 46: 670-679. (3680)

Risley, J.H., and Silverborg, S.B. 1958. Stereum sanguinolentum on living Norway spruce following pruning. Phytopathology 48: 337-338. (3305)

Roll-Hansen, F. 1992. Important pathogenic fungi on conifers in Iceland. Acta Bot. Islandica 11: 9-12. (30528)

Roll-Hansen, F. 1992. Important pathogenic fungi on conifers in Iceland. Acta Bot. Islandica 11: 9-12. (46930)

Roll-Hansen, F., and Roll-Hansen, H. 1980. Microorganisms which invade Picea abies in seasonal stem wounds. I. General aspects. Hymenomycetes. Eur. J. Forest Pathol. 10: 321-339. (6475)

Schmid-Heckel, H. 1985. Zur Kenntnis der Pilze in den Nordlichen Kalkalpen. Forschungsberichte Nationalpark Berchtesgaden 8: 1-201. (6126)

Schmid-Heckel, H. 1988. Pilze in den Berchtesgadener Alpen. Forschungsberichte Nationalpark Berchtesgaden 15: 1-136. (42067)

Shaw, C.G. 1973. Host fungus index for the Pacific Northwest - I. Hosts. Washington State Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 765: 1-121. (44)

Spaulding, P. 1961. Foreign Diseases of Forest Trees of the World. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 197: 1-361. (7983)

Telleria, M.T. 1991. Additions and corrections to the annotated list of the Iberian Corticiaceae (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycotina). I. Nova Hedwigia 53: 229-253. (6171)

Teng, S.C. 1996. Fungi of China. Mycotaxon, Ltd., Ithaca, NY, 586 pages. (30293)

Vesterholt, J., and Pedersen, J.H. 1991-93. Lignicolous aphyllophorales from the Faroe Islands. Windahlia 20: 47-54. (8274)

Volk, T.J., Burdsall Jr., H.H., and Reynolds, K. 1994. Checklist and host indes of wood-inhabiting fungi of Alaska. Mycotaxon 52: 1-46. (8313)

Zeller, S.M. 1929. Contribution to our knowledge of Oregon fungi - III. Mycologia 21: 97-111. (50)

Zervakis, G., Dimou, D., and Balis, C. 1998. A check-list of the Greek macrofungi including hosts and biogeographic distribution: I. Basidiomycotina. Mycotaxon 66: 273-336. (32768)

Zubrik, M., Kunca, A., and Novotny, J. 2008. HMYZ A HUBY: atlas psokodeni lesnych drevin . Prve vydanie, 178 pages. (46817)

The Specimens database has 477 records for Stereum sanguinolentum.

Haematostereum sanguinolentum

Abies sp. - BPI 1105598, BPI 1105599, BPI 1105600, BPI 1105602, BPI 1105603, BPI 1105604, BPI 1107965

Stereum balsameum

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 275891, BPI 275891

Stereum sanguinolentum

- BPI 275869, BPI 275869, BPI 275872, BPI 275873, BPI 275874, BPI 275875, BPI 275879, BPI 275881, BPI 275883, BPI 275886, BPI 275886, BPI 275886, BPI 275888, BPI 275898, BPI 275899, BPI 275901, BPI 275902, BPI 275902, BPI 275903, BPI 275909, BPI 275909, BPI 275915, BPI 275915, BPI 276651, BPI 276656, BPI 276660, BPI 276661, BPI 276667, BPI 349216, BPI 349258

Abies alba - BPI 275926, BPI 275927

Abies balsamea - BPI 1106981, BPI 275928, BPI 275929, BPI 275930, BPI 275931, BPI 275932, BPI 275933, BPI 275934, BPI 275935, BPI 275935, BPI 275936, BPI 275937, BPI 275938, BPI 275939, BPI 275940, BPI 275941, BPI 275942, BPI 275943, BPI 275943, BPI 275944, BPI 275945, BPI 275946, BPI 275947, BPI 275948, BPI 275949, BPI 275950, BPI 275951, BPI 275952, BPI 275953, BPI 275954, BPI 275954, BPI 275955, BPI 275956, BPI 275957, BPI 275958, BPI 275959, BPI 276632, BPI 276633, BPI 276635, BPI 276637, BPI 276638, BPI 276639, BPI 276646, BPI 347909

Abies concolor - BPI 275960, BPI 275961, BPI 276641, BPI 276641, BPI 276647, BPI 276647

Abies excelsa - BPI 276643, BPI 276643, BPI 276648, BPI 276648

Abies fraseri - BPI 275962, BPI 275963, BPI 275964

Abies grandis - BPI 275965

Abies lasiocarpa - BPI 275966, BPI 275967, BPI 275968, BPI 275969, BPI 276649

Abies pectinata - BPI 275970

Abies picea - BPI 275971, BPI 275971, BPI 275972, BPI 275972, BPI 275973, BPI 275973

Abies pindrow - BPI 349266

Abies sp. - BPI 1106980, BPI 275918, BPI 275919, BPI 275919, BPI 275920, BPI 275921, BPI 275922, BPI 275923, BPI 275924, BPI 275924, BPI 275925, BPI 276636, BPI 299836, BPI 329390, BPI 349213, BPI 349215

Alnus crispa - BPI 349345

Alnus sp. - BPI 275974, BPI 275975

Alnus tenuifolia - BPI 275976

Amelanchier cusickii - BPI 275977

Baccharis halimifolia - BPI 275978, BPI 275979, BPI 275980, BPI 276634

Betula papyrifera - BPI 1100608

Betula sp. - BPI 329266

Cedrus deodara - BPI 275984, BPI 349212

Cedrus sp. - BPI 275981, BPI 275982, BPI 275983, BPI 299837, BPI 349214, BPI 349473

Conium maculatum - BPI 1100611

Fagus cerasus - BPI 275985, BPI 275985

Fraxinus excelsior - BPI 275986, BPI 275986

Larix decidua - BPI 275989

Larix europaea - BPI 275990, BPI 275990, BPI 275991

Larix laricina - BPI 275992, BPI 275992, BPI 276642

Larix leptolepis - BPI 276644, BPI 276650

Larix occidentalis - BPI 275993, BPI 275994, BPI 275995, BPI 275996, BPI 275997

Larix sp. - BPI 275987, BPI 275988

Picea abies - BPI 274941

Picea canadensis - BPI 276085

Picea engelmannii - BPI 276007A, BPI 276007B, BPI 276008, BPI 276008, BPI 276009, BPI 276010

Picea excelsa - BPI 276011, BPI 276012, BPI 276012, BPI 276013, BPI 276014, BPI 876793

Picea glauca - BPI 276015, BPI 276016, BPI 276683

Picea mariana - BPI 276017

Picea rubens - BPI 276018, BPI 276019, BPI 276687, BPI 276693, BPI 276703

Picea rubra - BPI 276020, BPI 276021, BPI 276022, BPI 276023, BPI 276024, BPI 276024, BPI 276025, BPI 276697, BPI 276699, BPI 347916

Picea sitchensis - BPI 276026, BPI 276027, BPI 276028, BPI 276684, BPI 276688, BPI 276690, BPI 738048

Picea sp. - BPI 275999, BPI 276000, BPI 276000, BPI 276001, BPI 276002, BPI 276003, BPI 276004, BPI 276005, BPI 276006

Pinus banksiana - BPI 276035

Pinus contorta - BPI 276036, BPI 276037, BPI 276038, BPI 276039, BPI 276040, BPI 276041, BPI 276042, BPI 276694

Pinus excelsa - BPI 349211

Pinus flexilis - BPI 1100607, BPI 276700

Pinus monticola - BPI 276043, BPI 276044, BPI 276044, BPI 276045, BPI 276046, BPI 276047

Pinus murrayana - BPI 276086

Pinus nigra - BPI 1100620

Pinus ponderosa - BPI 1100625, BPI 1100634, BPI 1100637, BPI 276048, BPI 276049, BPI 276049, BPI 276050, BPI 276051, BPI 276052, BPI 276052, BPI 276053, BPI 276685

Pinus pungens - BPI 276698

Pinus radiata - BPI 1104711, BPI 276054

Pinus resinosa - BPI 276055, BPI 276055, BPI 276056, BPI 276057, BPI 276058, BPI 276058, BPI 276691

Pinus rigida - BPI 276059, BPI 276060

Pinus sp. - BPI 276029, BPI 276030, BPI 276031, BPI 276032, BPI 276033, BPI 276034

Pinus strobus - BPI 1100638, BPI 1100641, BPI 1100643, BPI 1100644, BPI 1100647, BPI 1100648, BPI 1100649, BPI 276061, BPI 276062, BPI 276063, BPI 276064, BPI 276065, BPI 276066, BPI 276067, BPI 276068, BPI 276069, BPI 276070, BPI 276070, BPI 276071, BPI 276072, BPI 276073, BPI 276686, BPI 276686, BPI 276689, BPI 276692, BPI 276695, BPI 276696, BPI 276701, BPI 276702, BPI 276704

Pinus sylvestris - BPI 276074, BPI 276075, BPI 276076, BPI 276077, BPI 276077, BPI 276078, BPI 276079, BPI 276080, BPI 276080, BPI 276081, BPI 276082, BPI 276083, BPI 276083, BPI 276084

Populus tremuloides - BPI 276087

Pseudotsuga douglasii - BPI 276089, BPI 276090, BPI 276090, BPI 276091, BPI 276091, BPI 276092, BPI 276092, BPI 276093, BPI 276093, BPI 276094

Pseudotsuga menziesii - BPI 276095, BPI 276096, BPI 276097

Pseudotsuga sp. - BPI 276088

Pseudotsuga taxifolia - BPI 276098, BPI 276099, BPI 276100, BPI 276101, BPI 276102, BPI 276103, BPI 276104, BPI 276105, BPI 276106, BPI 276107, BPI 276108, BPI 276108, BPI 276109, BPI 276109, BPI 276110, BPI 276111, BPI 276112, BPI 276112, BPI 276113, BPI 276113, BPI 276114, BPI 276115, BPI 276116, BPI 276117

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 275868, BPI 275868, BPI 275870, BPI 275871, BPI 275871, BPI 275876, BPI 275877, BPI 275877, BPI 275878, BPI 275882, BPI 275884, BPI 275887, BPI 275889, BPI 275889, BPI 275890, BPI 275893, BPI 275893, BPI 275894, BPI 275894, BPI 275896, BPI 275897, BPI 275897, BPI 275897, BPI 275900, BPI 275904, BPI 275905, BPI 275908, BPI 275910, BPI 275911, BPI 275912, BPI 275912, BPI 275913, BPI 275916, BPI 275916, BPI 275917, BPI 275917, BPI 276118, BPI 276118, BPI 276631, BPI 276645, BPI 276652, BPI 276653, BPI 276655, BPI 276662, BPI 276662, BPI 276665, BPI 276666, BPI 276681, BPI 297496, BPI 329264, BPI 329307, BPI 329308, BPI 329309, BPI 329310, BPI 329311, BPI 329312, BPI 329313, BPI 329314, BPI 329315, BPI 329316, BPI 329317, BPI 329318, BPI 329319, BPI 348572

Taxus baccata - BPI 349257

Thuja plicata - BPI 276119, BPI 276120

Tsuga canadensis - BPI 276121, BPI 276121, BPI 276122, BPI 276122, BPI 276123, BPI 276123, BPI 276124, BPI 276125, BPI 276131, BPI 276132, BPI 276132, BPI 276133, BPI 276134, BPI 276135, BPI 276136, BPI 276137, BPI 276138, BPI 276139, BPI 276140, BPI 276141, BPI 296776, BPI 296776, BPI 347917, BPI 738049

Tsuga heterophylla - BPI 276142, BPI 276143, BPI 276144, BPI 276145, BPI 276146, BPI 276147, BPI 276148, BPI 276149, BPI 276150, BPI 276151, BPI 276152, BPI 276153, BPI 276154

Tsuga mertensiana - BPI 276130, BPI 276155, BPI 276156, BPI 276157

Tsuga sp. - BPI 276126, BPI 276127, BPI 276127, BPI 276128, BPI 276129, BPI 276129, BPI 329272

unknown, conifer - BPI 275880, BPI 275880, BPI 275880, BPI 275885, BPI 275895, BPI 275906, BPI 275906, BPI 275907, BPI 275914, BPI 275914, BPI 276640, BPI 761724



U.S. National Fungus Collections. October 27, 2021

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

Send comments or questions about the databases to HerbariumBPI@ars.usda.gov

Suggested citation: Farr, D.F., & Rossman, A.Y. Fungal Databases, U.S. National Fungus Collections, ARS, USDA. Retrieved October 27, 2021, from /fungaldatabases/

ARS Home | USDA.gov | Site Map | Policies and Links 
FOIA | Accessibility Statement | Privacy Policy | Nondiscrimination Statement | Information Quality | FirstGov | White House