Noteworthy records of aphyllophoroid fungi in Finland (Basidiomycota)

  title={Noteworthy records of aphyllophoroid fungi in Finland (Basidiomycota)},
  author={Panu Kunttu and Jorma Pennanen and Tapio Kekki and Matti Kulju and Mai Suominen},
We present new records of noteworthy aphyllophoroid fungi, mainly polypores and corticioids in Finland. The following 19 rare or infrequently collected species are presented with notes on their substrates: Amylocorticium subsulphureum , Antrodiella parasitica , Ceraceomyces sulphurinus , Clavaria atroumbrina , Clavaria rosea , Gloeophyllum carbonarium , Hyphodontia flavipora , Junghuhnia fimbriatella , Lindtneria chordulata , Odonticium septocystidia , Peniophorella guttulifera , Perenniporia… 

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