On Fennoscandian polypores 7. The genus Pychnoporellus

  title={On Fennoscandian polypores 7. The genus Pychnoporellus},
  author={Tuomo Niemel{\"a}},
Descriptions are given of the two species of Pycnoporellus occurring in Fennoscandia, P. alboluteus (Ell. & Ev.) Kotl. & Pouz. and P. fulgens (Fr.) Donk. Their distributions in North Europe are mapped, and their world distributions reviewed. Their ecology, phenology, host relationships, and cultural and microscopical characters are discussed . Great variability exists in the microscopical characters of both species. P. alboluteus is very rare in North Europe, where it has been recorded from… 

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