This is also being classified as Pleurotus eugrammus and sometimes Lentinus eugrammus
The species was declared as being collected by an indigenous community in Central Luzon, Philippines, in 2011. However this species during the succeeding years of expedition and collection was rarely encountered in the wild and is diminishing in its occurrence.
Collected from the dipterocarp forest in Central Luzon, Philippines
The species was diminishing in its occurrence in the central luzon island of the Philippines, since it was collected in the year 2011.
Population Trend: Decreasing
Collected from the dipterocarp forest in the central part of luzon island Philippines comprising of tall tropical trees.
Diminishing in its occurrence due to deforestation.
AM De Leon, JJD Luangsa-Ard, SC Karunarathna, KD Hyde, RG Reyes, TEE De La Cruz. 2013. Species listing, distribution, and molecular identification of macrofungi in six Aeta tribal communities in Central Luzon, Philippines. Mycosphere, 4(3), 478–494.