Studies in neotropical polypores. 11, Antrodia aurantia, a new species from the Dominican Republic, Greater AntillesAuthor(s): D. Jean Lodge; Leif Ryvarden; Omar Paino Perdomo-Sanchez
Source: Mycotaxon. Vol. 80 (Oct./Dec. 2001): pages 261-266
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAntrodia aurantia Lodge, Ryvarden & Perdomo-Sanchez is described as new. It has bright orange resupinate basidiomes that lack rhizomorphs and has pores that are deep, soft, large, and angular to sinuous; it is associated with a brown rot on Pinus occidentalis. A key to all American Antrodia and Diplomitoporus species is provided.
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CitationLodge, D. Jean; Ryvarden, Leif; Perdomo-Sanchez, Omar Paino. 2001. Studies in neotropical polypores. 11, Antrodia aurantia, a new species from the Dominican Republic, Greater Antilles. Mycotaxon. Vol. 80 (Oct./Dec. 2001): pages 261-266
KeywordsAntrodia radiculosa, Diplomitoporus, Polyporaceae, Pinus, Hispaniola
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