Taiwanoporia, a new aphyllophoralean genus

@article{Chang2003TaiwanoporiaAN,
  title={Taiwanoporia, a new aphyllophoralean genus},
  author={TunTschu Chang and Wenneng Chou},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2003},
  volume={95},
  pages={1215 - 1217}
}
A new genus, Taiwanoporia, is proposed to accommodate a new species, T. amylospora, recently collected in Taiwan. This species has a monomitic hyphal system with simple septa, and amyloid, hyaline, smooth, subglobose basidiospores. 
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Wrightoporia (Basidiomycota, Hericiales) species and their allies collected in Japan
I report seven species of Wrightoporia, including one undetermined species and one Taiwanoporia sp., collected in Japan. The following species are newly described: Wrightoporia aurantipora, W.

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