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MERULIACEAE P. Karst. (a family of basidiomycetes)

Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Family)

Abortiporus biennis (Bull.) Singer (Blushing Rosette)
Fruitbody - in situ
Species   1 ident refs
Bjerkandera adusta (Willd.) P. Karst. (Smoky Bracket)
Fruitbodies - upper sides  - in situ
Species   1 ident refs
Bjerkandera fumosa (Pers.) P. Karst. (Big Smoky Bracket)
In situ
Species    
Bulbillomyces farinosus (Bres.) Jülich (a resupinate fungus)
Fruitbody
Species   4 ident refs
Crustoderma dryinum (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Parmasto (a basidiomycete fungus) Species   1 ident refs
Flaviporus brownei (Humb.) Donk (a resupinate polypore) Species   2 ident refs
Gloeoporus dichrous (Fr.) Bres. (a bracket fungus)
Brackets - top view
Species   2 ident refs
Gloeoporus taxicola (Pers.) Gilb. & Ryvarden (a bracket fungus) Species   1 ident refs
Hyphoderma Wallr. (a genus of resupinate fungi)
Hyphoderma aff. praetermissum (a hyphoderma which is very similar to H. praetermissum), eg: Hyphoderma aff. praetermissum (a hyphoderma which is very similar to H. praetermissum) - Fruitbody Hyphoderma setigerum (a resupinate fungus), eg: Hyphoderma setigerum (a resupinate fungus) - Fruitbody
Genus 5 subtaxa 6 ident refs
Hypochnicium J. Erikss. (a genus of resupinate fungi)
Hypochnicium polonense (a resupinate basidiomycete), eg: Hypochnicium polonense (a resupinate basidiomycete) - Fruitbody
Genus 3 subtaxa 4 ident refs
Mycoacia Donk (a genus of resupinate tooth fungi)
Mycoacia fuscoatra (a resupinate tooth fungus), eg: Mycoacia fuscoatra (a resupinate tooth fungus) - Fruitbody Mycoacia uda (a resupinate tooth fungus), eg: Mycoacia uda (a resupinate tooth fungus) - In situ - on side of stump
Genus 4 subtaxa 8 ident refs
Mycoaciella bispora (Stalpers) J. Erikss. (a hydnoid resupinate fungus)
Fruitbody - dead portion
Species   2 ident refs
Nodotia lyndoniae (D.A. Reid) Hjortstam & Ryvarden (a toothed resupinate) Species   3 ident refs
Phlebia Fr. (a genus of resupinate fungi)
Phlebia radiata (Wrinkled Crust), eg: Phlebia radiata (Wrinkled Crust) - Fruitbodies - in situ Phlebia rufa (a resupinate fungus), eg: Phlebia rufa (a resupinate fungus) - Fruitbody Phlebia tremellosa (Jelly Rot), eg: Phlebia tremellosa (Jelly Rot) - Fruitbody - upturned to show reticulate veins Unidentified Phlebia (Unidentified Phlebia Resupinate Fungi), eg: Unidentified Phlebia (Unidentified Phlebia Resupinate Fungi) - Fruitbody - in situ
Genus 7 subtaxa 5 ident refs
Podoscypha multizonata (Berk. & Broome) Pat. (Zoned Rosette)
Fruitbody - top view
Species   4 ident refs
Resinicium bicolor (Alb. & Schwein.) Parmasto (a basidiomycete fungus) Species   1 ident refs
Resinicium furfuraceum (Bres.) Parmasto (a basidiomycete fungus) Species   1 ident refs
Sarcodontia crocea (Schwein.) Kotl. (Orchard Tooth)
Fruitbody - in woodpecker hole
Species   3 ident refs
Scopuloides hydnoides (Cooke & Massee) Hjortstam & Ryvarden (a resupinate fungus) Species   1 ident refs
Scopuloides rimosa (Cooke) Jülich (a resupinate fungus)
Fruitbody
Species    
Steccherinum Gray (a genus of resupinate spine fungi)
Steccherinum ochraceum (a resupinate spine fungus), eg: Steccherinum ochraceum (a resupinate spine fungus) - Fruitbody - under-surface - close-up
Genus 2 subtaxa 3 ident refs
Stereopsis vitellina (Plowr.) D.A. Reid (Roothole Rosette) Species   1 ident refs

Suggested Literature

Identification Works

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 10 general literature references to MERULIACEAE (a family of basidiomycetes)

MERULIACEAE may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI S.S.
(true fungi)
BASIDIOMYCOTA
(spore droppers)
AGARICOMYCETES
(a class of fungi)
POLYPORALES
(polypores)
Fungi s.l.

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 317 feeding and other relationships of MERULIACEAE (a family of basidiomycetes)

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