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Three species of wood-decaying fungi in Polyporales new to China

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Three wood-decaying fungi, Ceriporiopsis lagerheimii, Sebipora aquosa, and Tyromyces xuchilensis, are newly recorded in China. The identifications were based on morphological and molecular evidence. The phylogenetic tree inferred from ITS+nLSU sequences of 49 species of Polyporales nests C. lagerheimii within the phlebioid clade, S. aquosa within the gelatoporia clade, and T. xuchilensis within the residual polyporoid clade. The three species are described and illustrated based on Chinese material.
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Keywords: BASIDIOMYCOTA; POLYPORE; TAXONOMY; WHITE ROT FUNGUS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 27 April 2017

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