Czech Mycology 63(2): 195–201             Article published: 10th August, 2011 doi: 10.33585/cmy.63208

VAMPOLA P., VLASÁK J.

Antrodiella niemelaei, a new polypore species related to Antrodiella americana.

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Abstract

A new polypore species, Antrodiella niemelaei Vampola et Vlasák, occurring on dead fruitbodies of Pseudochaete tabacina, is described. In Europe, the species has to date been identified as Antrodiella americana. The most important macro– and microscopic features of the two species are discussed and molecular characteristics are provided.


Keywords:     Antrodiella, polypores, taxonomy, identification, internal transcribed spacer

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Vampola P., Vlasák J. (2011): Antrodiella niemelaei, a new polypore species related to Antrodiella americana. – Czech Mycology 63(2): 195–201. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.63208

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