Peniophora aluticolor (Fungi, Basidiomycota), an orphaned species restudied
Type specimens of Peniophora aluticolor Bres. & Torrend, an orphaned species described from Madeira, have been examined and the combination Phanerochaete aluticolor (Bres. & Torrend) Melo, J. Cardoso, M. Dueñas, Salcedo & Telleria is proposed. It can be separated from the related and the Mediterranean-distributed Ph. martelliana by smaller spores and thick-walled cystidia and subicular hyphae.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 2012
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