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Open Access Hymenochaetaceae from México 6. A new Fuscoporia species from the Sonoran desert

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Fuscoporia xerophila is described as a new species from México. The collected specimens were found on dead or living wood in xerophilous scrub in the central plain of the Sonoran desert, Sonora State, México. This species is characterized by its resupinate basidiomata with medium size pores (4–5 per mm), its hymenial setae and hyphal setae, and basidiospores that are are subglobose, hyaline, smooth, and thin-walled. A key to Mexican species of Fuscoporia is presented.

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Keywords: AGARICOMYCETES; HYMENOCHAETALES; POLYPOROID FUNGI; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 20, 2013

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