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Westphalen, Mauro C., Mateus A. Reck & Rosa Mara Borges da Silveira. Ganoderma chalceum and Junghuhnia meridionalis: new records from Brazil. Mycotaxon 111: 11–18. 2010.

ABSTRACT: During a survey of the polypore fungi in the Morro Santana, Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil, two species never before recorded for the country were found. Ganoderma chalceum has a pileate basidiome, laccate pileus surface, dimitic hyphal system, and a cuticle composed of clavate and amyloid hyphae. Junghuhnia meridionalis has a resupinate basidiome, dimitic hyphal system, and heavily incrusted clavate cystidia. Both species are compared with related species and illustrations are provided.

KEYWORDS: Polyporales, Ganodermataceae, Meruliaceae, mycodiversity

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