Czech Mycology 48(2): 155–159             Article published: 25th September, 1995 doi: 10.33585/cmy.48205

KOTLABA F., POUZAR Z.

Phellinus cavicola, a new xanthochroic setae-less polypore with coloured spores.

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Abstract

A new Phellinus species, viz. Phellinus cavicola Kotl. et Pouzar (Hymenochaetaceae), is described. It is remarkable for its resupinate, perennial, rusty brown, tough carpophores, coloured spores and absence of setae.The new species is closely related to Phellinus inermis (EllisetEverh.) G.H.Cunn. but differs by the much thicker carpophores, slightly smaller pores and somewhat shorter spores. Ecologically, it is interesting by its occurrence in the cavities of stumps of broad-leaved trees.


Keywords:     Phellinuscavicola, Hymenochaetaceae, polypores, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, taxonomy

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Kotlaba F., Pouzar Z. (1995): Phellinus cavicola, a new xanthochroic setae-less polypore with coloured spores. – Czech Mycology 48(2): 155–159. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.48205

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