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Fungi (Mycota). Vol. III. Basidiomycetes. Aphyllophorales. Polyporaceae pileatae. Mucronoporaceae pileatae. Ganodermataceae. Bondarzewiaceae. Boletopsidaceae. Fistulinaceae.

@inproceedings{Domanski1967FungiV,
  title={Fungi (Mycota). Vol. III. Basidiomycetes. Aphyllophorales. Polyporaceae pileatae. Mucronoporaceae pileatae. Ganodermataceae. Bondarzewiaceae. Boletopsidaceae. Fistulinaceae.},
  author={S. Domanski and H. Orlos and Alina Skirgiełło},
  year={1967}
}

New, rare and endangered fungi in the Bialowieza Primeval Forest (E Poland)

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Changbai wood-rotting fungi 5. Study on Polyporus mongolicus and P. tubaeformis

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