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Synopsis Fungorum, Volume 19: Neotropical Polypores, Part 1: Introduction, Hymenochaetaceae and Ganodermataceae

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Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 19
By: Leif Ryvarden(Author)
228 pages, Illus
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
Synopsis Fungorum, Volume 19: Neotropical Polypores, Part 1: Introduction, Hymenochaetaceae and Ganodermataceae
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21 neotropical species of Amauroderma, 20 of Ganoderma, 1 of Haddowia, 1 of Aurificaria, 9 of Coltricia, 3 of Cyclomyces, 25 of Inonotus, 60 of Phellinus and 6 of Phylloporia are described and in parts illustrated. Keys to genera and species are provided.

The following species are described as new: Amauroderma deviatum Ryvarden, Amauroderma elegantissimum Ryvarden & Iturriaga, Ganoderma citriporum Ryvarden & Iturriaga, Ganoderma elegantum Ryvarden, Ganoderma guianensis Decock & Ryvarden, Phellinus luteus Ryvarden, Phellinus neonoxius Ryvarden, Phellinus semihispidus Ryvarden, and Phellinus turbinatus Ryvarden.

The following new combinations are proposed: Amauroderma brasilensis (Singer) Ryvarden, Amauroderma dubiopansum (Lloyd) Ryvarden and Phellinus detonsus (Fr.) Ryvarden.

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Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 19
By: Leif Ryvarden(Author)
228 pages, Illus
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
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