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Two wood-inhabiting fungi (Basidiomycetes) new to China



Two wood-inhabiting fungi (Basidiomycetes) new to China



Acta Botanica Yunnanica 30(1): 15-16



Two wood-inhabiting fungi, Hypochniciellum cremeoisabellinum and Mucronella bresadolae, were collected from Changbaishan Nature Reserve, Jilin Province. Both of them are first time reported in China. Meanwhile, the genus of Hypochniciellum and Mucronella are new to Chinese fungi flora. The illustrated descriptions of the two species are given according to the Chinese materials.

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