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Cryptoporus sinensis sp. nov., a new polypore found in China






Mycotaxon 74(2): 415-422

Cryptoporus sinensis sp. nov., a new polypore found in China

The polypore Cryptoporus sinensis Sheng H. Wu & M. Zang is described as new and separated from C. volvatus by smaller spores. Earlier, Cryptoporus was recognized as a monotypic genus, with the generic type C. volvatus. The new species is close to C. volvatus, but has smaller basidiospores. Cryptoporus volvatus is known from North America and East Asia.


Accession: 003395934



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