Gloeoporus dichrous

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Gloeoporus dichrous
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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Polyporales
Family: Meruliaceae
Genus: Gloeoporus
Species: G. dichrous
Binomial name
Gloeoporus dichrous
(Fr.) Bres. (1912)
Synonyms
  • Polyporus dichrous Fr. (1815)
  • Boletus dichrous (Fr.) Spreng. (1827)
  • Bjerkandera dichroa (Fr.) P.Karst. (1880)
  • Gloeoporus candidus Speg. (1880)
  • Leptoporus dichrous (Fr.) Quél. (1888)
  • Polystictus dichrous (Fr.) Gillot & Lucand (1890)
  • Stereum dichroides Lloyd (1924)
  • Poria subviridis Rick (1937)
  • Caloporus dichrous (Fr.) Ryvarden (1976)

Gloeoporus dichrous is a species of fungus in the family Meruliaceae. First described as Polyporus dichrous by Elias Magnus Fries in 1815, it was later transferred to the genus Gloeoporus by Italian mycologist Giacomo Bresadola in 1912.[1] The variety G. dichrous var. niger (formerly known as Ceriporiopsis nigra) was proposed in 2008 after molecular analysis revealed the two taxa were conspecific.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bresadola, G. (1913). "Basidiomycetes philippinenses. Series II". Hedwigia. 53: 44–80. 
  2. ^ Tomšovský, M.; Ryvarden, L. (2008). "Gloeoporus dichrous var. niger comb. nov.". Mycotaxon. 105: 171–174. 

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