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Xiong, Hong-Xia, Yu-Cheng Dai & Bao-Kai Cui. Perenniporia minor (Basidiomycota, Polyporales), a new polypore from China. Mycotaxon 105: 59-64. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new polypore, Perenniporia minor, collected from Changbaishan Nature Reserve, northeastern China, is described and illustrated. It is a saprophyte growing on fallen angiosperm branches. Macroscopically it differs from other species in the genus by tiny and pileate basidiocarps. Unlike most species of the genus, P. minor is characterized microscopically by almost negative skeletal hyphae in Melzer's reagent. P. minor and P. truncatospora have more or less similar basidiospores, but the latter has smaller pores, and its basidiospores are nondextrinoid.

KEYWORDS: lignicolous and poroid fungi, Polyporaceae, taxonomy

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