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Poria incrassata in giant sequoia


Poria incrassata in giant sequoia



Plant Disease Reporter 61(1): 50



P. incrassata was isolated from decayed wood in the root and butt section of two recently fallen Sequoia gigantea trees, the first report of the association of this fungus with a root and butt rot of forest trees.

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