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Flammeopellis Y.C. Dai, B.K. Cui & C.L. Zhao 2014, in Cui, et al., Fungal Diversity 97, 137392 (2019)

Diagnosis: Basidiocarps annual, stipitate, corky. Pilei convex. Pileal surface and stipe bearing a reddish cuticle. Pore surface white to cream. Context white to cream, soft corky when fresh, becoming corky upon drying. Tubes concolorous with pore surface, corky. Stipe distinctly reddish, corky. Hyphal system dimitic; generative hyphae frequently with simple septa, occasionally bearing clamp connections; skeletal hyphae strongly dextrinoid, CB+. Basidiospores pale yellowish, thick-walled, smooth, weakly dextrinoid, CB+.

Index Fungorum NumberIF807157

Type species: Flammeopellis bambusicola Y.C. Dai, B.K. Cui & C.L. Zhao 2014, in Cui, et al., Fungal Diversity 97, 137392 (2019)



Cui, Bao-Kai & Li, Hai-Jiao & Ji, Xing & Zhou, Jun-Liang & Song, Jie & Si, Jing & Yang, Zhu-Liang & Dai, Yu-Cheng. (2019). Species diversity, taxonomy and phylogeny of Polyporaceae (Basidiomycota) in China. Fungal Diversity 97, 137392


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