Name: Polyporus ianthinus
Author: Gibertoni & Ryvarden
Citation: in Gibertoni, Ryvarden & Cavalcanti, Syn. Fung. (Oslo) 18: 53 (2004)
Preferred Synonyms: Favolus ianthinus (Gibertoni & Ryvarden) Zmitr. & Kovalenko
Misspellings: Polyporus ianthanus
he species is mainly characterised by the lilac to pale brown, glabrous
and smooth pileus. In shape, it is reminiscent of P. grammocephalus,which has 230
radial veins or lines on an ochraceous pileus and longer basidiospores (6–8 μm, versus 5–6 μm in P. ianthinus (Gibertoni et al. 2004).
KNOWN DISTRIBUTION: Brazil and Guyana (Gibertoni et al. 2004). In the Brazilian Amazonia, recorded in the state of Pará (Gomes-Silva & Gibertoni 2009).
SUBSTRATE: on dead angiosperm.
MA TERIAL EXAMINED: BRAZIL. P ARÁ: Floresta Nacional de Caxiuanã, T.B.Gibertoni, III/2007 (URM 79846); T.B.Gibertoni, II/2008 (URM 79847).
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