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Synopsis Fungorum, Volume 18: 12 Papers on Wood-Inhabiting from Tropical America and Africa

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Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 18
By: Leif Ryvarden(Editor)
84 pages, b/w line drawings
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
Synopsis Fungorum, Volume 18: 12 Papers on Wood-Inhabiting from Tropical America and Africa
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Contains the following twelve papers:

1: Some new and noteworthy corticioid fungi (Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales) from Japan. K. Hjortstam & L. Ryvarden   8
2: Tropical species of Mycoaciella (Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales). K. Hjortstam, & L. Ryvarden   14
3: A reevalution of Nodotia Hjortstam (Corticioid fungi, Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales) K. Hjortstam & L. Ryvarden   17
4: Some new genera and species of corticioid fungi (Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales) from tropical areas. K. Hjortstam & L. Ryvarden   20
5: Poroid fungi (Basidiomycota) of the Atlantic rain forest in Northeast Brazil. T. Gibertoni, L. Ryvarden & M. A. Q. Cavalcanti   33
6: Studies in neotropical polypores 18. New species (Basidiomycota) from Brazil. T. Gibertoni, L. Ryvarden & M. A. Q. Cavalcanti   44
7: Studies in neotropical polypores 19. Two wood-inhabiting Amauroderma species, L. Ryvarden   57
8: Studies in neotropical polypores 20. Some new polypores from the Amazonas region, L. Ryvarden   62
9: Studies in neotropical polypores 21. New and interesting species from Venezuela. L. Ryvarden & T. lturriaga   68
10: Porostereum vibrans, L. Ryvarden   76
11: Two new Tyromyces species from Ethiopia, A. Bitew & L. Ryvarden  80
12: Trametes africana L. Ryvarden   83

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 18
By: Leif Ryvarden(Editor)
84 pages, b/w line drawings
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
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