Antrodia albida

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Antrodia albida
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A plant affected by A. albida
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Class: Basidiomycetes
Subclass: Agaricomycetidae
Order: Polyporales
Family: Meripilaceae
Genus: Antrodia
Species: A. albida
Binomial name
Antrodia albida
(Fr.) Donk, (1966)
Synonyms


Agaricus serpens (Fr.) E.H.L. Krause, (1932) Antrodia serpens (Fr.) P. Karst., (1880) Cellularia albida (Fr.) Kuntze, (1898) Coriolellus albidus (Fr.) Bondartsev, (1953) Coriolellus sepium (Berk.) Murrill, (1905) Coriolellus serpens (Fr.) Bondartsev, (1953) Daedalea albida Fr., (1815) Daedalea sepium (Berk.) Aoshima, (1967) Daedalea serpens (Fr.) Fr., (1821) Lenzites albida (Fr.) Fr., (1838) Physisporus serpens (Fr.) P. Karst., (1881) Polyporus sepium (Berk.) G. Cunn., (1948) Polyporus serpens Fr., (1818) Polyporus stephensii Berk. & Broome, (1848) Trametes albida Lév., (1925) Trametes albida (Fr.) Bourdot & Galzin, (1925) Trametes sepium Berk., (1847) Trametes serpens (Fr.) Fr., (1874) Trametes serpens subsp. albida (Fr.) Bourdot & Galzin, (1925) Trametes subcervina Bres., (1925) Tyromyces sepium (Berk.) G. Cunn., (1965)

Antrodia albida is a species of fungi in the genus Antrodia that grows on the dead wood of deciduous trees.

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