Type studies of the polypores described by E.J.H. Corner from Asia and West Pacific Areas. VI. Species described in Tyromyces (3), Cristelloporia, Grifola, Hapalopilus, Heterobasidion, Ischnoderma, Loweporus, and Stecchericium

@article{Hattori2003TypeSO,
  title={Type studies of the polypores described by E.J.H. Corner from Asia and West Pacific Areas. VI. Species described in Tyromyces (3), Cristelloporia, Grifola, Hapalopilus, Heterobasidion, Ischnoderma, Loweporus, and Stecchericium},
  author={Tsutomu Hattori},
  journal={Mycoscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={44},
  pages={453-463}
}
  • T. Hattori
  • Published 1 December 2003
  • Biology
  • Mycoscience
Identifications were made by type examinations for 27 species of polypores described by Corner. Roseofavolus gen. nov. is proposed, typified by Grifola eos. The following new combinations are proposed: Amylocystis unicolor, Antrodiella xanthochroa, Cristelloporia pahangensis, C. rutilantiformis, Roseofavolus eos, Tyromyces armeniacus, T. olivascens, and Wrightoporia solomonensis. Hapalopilus rubescens is accepted in the original genus. The following species were already combined with the proper… 

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