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The rhizomorphic European species of Antrodia, belonging to the traditionally called Antrodia radiculosa group, are investigated. On the basis of morphological and molecular analysis, the genus Fibroporia is supported. Specimens from Central Europe previously ascribed to Antrodia radiculosa constitute a species of their own, and are herein described as(More)
Ten fragments of a wood-inhabiting polypore were found in the early Neolithic village of 'La Marmotta' (Anguillara Sabazia, Rome), formerly located on the shore of the Bracciano Lake. Five of these were found in three different huts, and two outside near other structures. Some fragments of the partly degraded specimens were used for DNA sequencing in order(More)
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