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    Author(s): Karen K. Nakasone
    Date: 2006
    Source: Nova hedwigia. Vol. 83, nos. 1/2 (Aug. 2006): pages 99-108.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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    Four Dendrothele (Corticiaceae, Polyporales) species with hyphal pegs are described and illustrated. Type specimens of Corticium griseocanum and Dendrothele papillosa were examined and found to be conspecific. Two new taxa, D. americana and D. tanzaniana, are described and illustrated, and the new combination, Dendrothele andina, is proposed. A key to D. griseocana and similar taxa with hyphal pegs is provided.

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    Nakasone, Karen K. 2006. Dendrothele griseocana (Corticiaceae) and related taxa with hyphal pegs. Nova hedwigia. Vol. 83, nos. 1/2 (Aug. 2006): pages 99-108.


    Odontia andina, Dendrothele, hyphal pegs, Tanzania, Basidiomycetes, fungi, classification, identification, hyphae, Corticiaceae, Dendrothele papillosa, Dendrothele griseocanum, Dendrothele andina

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