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Wang, Dong-Mei, Sheng-Hua Wu & Tai-Hui Li. Two records of Ganoderma new to mainland China. Mycotaxon 108: 35–40. 2009.

ABSTRACT: Ganoderma applanatum var. laevisporum and Ganoderma multipileum are first reported from mainland China. Ganoderma chenghaiense is found to be a synonym of G. multipileum. G. applanatum var. laevisporum is characterized by a rigid, sessile basidioma with a dull upper surface, yellow-brown to red-brown context, and smooth basidiospores 9.2–10.5 ¥ 5.5–6.5 µm. G. multipileum is easily recognized by an orange-red to red-brown laccate pileus, pale brown to red-brown context, and finely echinulate basidiospores 9.2–10.0 ¥ 6.2–7.0 µm.

KEYWORDS:  distribution, East Asia, new record, polypore

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