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Open Access First record of Phlebia incarnata from the southern hemisphere

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During a survey of xylophilous fungi in the municipality of São Francisco de Paula, in southern Brazil, Phlebia incarnata, a species never before recorded for South America, was found. Phlebia incarnata has a pileate basidiome with vivid pink coloration, a hymenophore with folds, a monomitic hyphal system, and cylindrical basidiospores. In this work, P. incarnata is compared with related species; a full description and illustrations are provided.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 11, 2011

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