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- and πιλος ("cap"). Meripilus applanatus Corner (1984) – South Solomons Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P.Karst. (1882) – Europe Meripilus maculatus Corner (1984)...
- Meripilus giganteus is a polypore fungus in the family Meripilaceae. It causes a white rot in various types of broadleaved trees, particularly beech (****us)...
- Meripilus sumstinei, commonly known as the giant polypore or the black-staining polypore, is a species of fungus in the family Meripilaceae. Originally...
- family was cir****scribed by Swiss mycologist Walter Jülich in 1982 with Meripilus as the type genus. A 2008 estimate placed 7 genera and 57 species in Meripilaceae...
- that usually grow on the decomposing remains of other mushrooms, like Meripilus giganteus, I****tus hispidus, or species of Russula; occasionally fruit...
- Scotland Dalswinton Barony church, with the Giant Polypore bracket fungus (Meripilus giganteus) growing from its roots. The tree was felled in early 2014....
- buried fragments in the substrate. Known hosts include Lactarius, Russula, Meripilus giganteus, and Bovista dermoxantha. Collybia cirrhata is known from temperate...
- ISBN 978-0-8131-2813-9. Ryvarden L, Gilbertson RL (1993). European Polypores. Meripilus – Tyromyces. Oslo, Norway: Fungiflora. pp. 686–7. Elborne SA, Knudesen...
- the Late Pleistocene Menodus giganteus, an extinct brontothere species Meripilus giganteus, a mushroom species Miscanthus giganteus, a large perennial...
- and the West Pacific I. Species described in Polyporus, Buglossoporus, Meripilus, Daedalea, and Flabellophora". Mycoscience. 41 (4): 339–349. doi:10.1007/BF02463947...
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