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An Annotated And Illustrated Catalogue Of Polypores (Agaricomycetes) Of The Białowieża Forest (NE Poland)
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What is known about the poroid fungi of the Polish part of the Białowieża Forest is summarized, based on literature data, a re-examination of herbarium materials, and the authors’ studies from 1990–2014. Expand
Megaphylogeny resolves global patterns of mushroom evolution
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A phylogenetic tree of 5,284 fungal species is used to infer ages and broad patterns of speciation/extinction, diversification and morphological innovation in mushroom-forming fungi. Expand
Timber transported to Antarctica: a potential and undesirable carrier for alien fungi and insects
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All the timber materials transported to the “Arctowski” station for the 32nd Polish Antarctic Expedition in the 2007/2008 season were scanned as a potential vector for alien species, and non-lichenized fungi and insects which were found on the timber emphasize that such organisms can be accidentally transported to Antarctica. Expand
Contribution to biodiversity assessment of European primeval forests: new records of rare fungi in the Białowieża Forest.
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The paper gives an annotated list of 40 species of macrofungi found in the Białowieża Forest recently and the species new for Poland are described and their micromorphological characters are illustrated. Expand
Type study of Peniophora inflata (Agaricomycetes), and the introduction of the term “subicystidium”
The type specimen of the corticioid fungus Peniophora inflata was re-examined. The term “subicystidium” (plural: subicystidia) is introduced to define basally clamped and encrusted cystidia ofExpand
Anthoporia, a new genus in the Polyporales (Agaricomycetes)
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A new genus, Anthoporia Karasiński & Niemelä, is proposed for the brown-rot polypore Polyporus albobrunneus Romell and it is described and illustrated based on material collected in Białowieża National Park in northeastern Poland. Expand
Integrative analysis of the West African Ceraceosorus africanus sp. nov. provides insights into the diversity, biogeography, and evolution of the enigmatic Ceraceosorales (Fungi: Ustilaginomycotina)
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Molecular phylogenetic analyses of a single gene dataset supported the monophyly of the two Ceraceosorus species and the ceraceosorales and their placement within the Ustilaginomycotina, and revealed Exobasidium rhododendri (Exobasidiales) as the closest relative of CerACEosorus. Expand
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