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Dai, Yu-Cheng. Notes on the genus Antrodiella (Basidiomycota, Aphyllophorales) in China. Mycotaxon 89: 389-398. 2004.

ABSTRACT: Antrodiella micra (Basidiomycota, Aphyllophorales) from northeastern China is described and illustrated. It has resupinate or effused-reflexed basidiocarps, snow-white hymenophore when fresh, small pores (7-9 per mm), small and broadly ellipsoid basidiospores, and it grows on wood of angiosperms decayed by some species of the Hymenochaetaceae. The new species resembles A. pallasii, which has pale yellowish pore surface when fresh, and somewhat larger pores (6-7 per mm). In addition, A. pallasii usually grows on spruce trees decayed by Trichaptum abietinum. An identification key to the species of Antrodiella from China is provided along with a synoptic description of each species.

KEYWORDS: polypores, taxonomy, wood-rotting fungi

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