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Pisolithus arhizus
Scientific classification

Alb. & Schwein. (1805)
Type species
Pisolithus arhizus
(Scop.) Rauschert (1959)
  • Pisocarpium Link (1809)
  • Pisomyces Fr. (1817)
  • Polypera Pers. (1818)

Pisolithus is a genus of fungi within the family Sclerodermataceae (suborder Sclerodermatineae).[2] The type species, P. arenarius, is now known to be synonymous with P. arhizus.[3]



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