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Brasilioporus A.C. Magnago, Alves-Silva & T.W Henkel, in Magnago, et al., Mycologia 114, 607-625 (2022)

Etymology: Brasilioporus (Latin), in reference to the country of origin for the type species (Brazil) and -porus for the poroid hymenophore.

Diagnosis: Basidioma epigeous, small to medium-sized; pileus matted fibrillose to squamulose; hymenophore tubulose poroid; hymenophore and context off-white, pinkish with age, staining orangish red then to black; basidiospores pinkish to cinnamon brown in deposit, subcylindrical to fusoid, smooth; hymenophoral trama boletoid.

Index Fungorum NumberIF836043

Type species: Brasilioporus olivaceoflavidus A.C. Magnago 2022, in Magnago, et al., Mycologia 114, 607-625 (2022)


Brasilioporus olivaceoflavidus A.C. Magnago 2022

Brasilioporus rufonigricans (T.W. Henkel) A.C. Magnago & T.W. Henkel 2022

Brasilioporus simoniarum A.C. Magnago 2022


Magnago, A. C., & Alves-Silva, G., & Henkel, T. W., & da Silveira, R. M. B. (2022). New genera, species, and combinations of Boletaceae from Brazil and Guyana. Mycologia 114, 607-625.



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