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The macroscopic characteristics of tyromyces fissilis






Coolia 22(4): 98-101

The macroscopic characteristics of tyromyces fissilis

T. fissilis is reported from a trunk of Fagus sylvatica near Woudenberg. The macroscopical characters of this fungus which is known from 7 localities in the Netherlands are compared with those of Spongipellis spumeus.


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