Phellinus sulphurascens

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Phellinus sulphurascens is the Douglas-fir species of the fungus genus, Phellinus. It was recently recognized as a distinct species from Phellinus weirii. Both were historically thought to be the same, but genetic tests suggested that the two species were distinct. The form first described as P. weirii is the Cedar form.[1]

References

  1. ^ Larsen, Michael J; Lombard, Francis F; Clark, Joseph W (1994). "Phellinus sulphurascens and the Closely Related P. Weirii in North America". Mycologia. 86 (1): 121–130. doi:10.1080/00275514.1994.12026382. JSTOR 3760727.
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Phellinus sulphurascens: Brief Summary

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Phellinus sulphurascens is the Douglas-fir species of the fungus genus, Phellinus. It was recently recognized as a distinct species from Phellinus weirii. Both were historically thought to be the same, but genetic tests suggested that the two species were distinct. The form first described as P. weirii is the Cedar form.

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