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Title:Trichaptum (Basidiomycota, Hymenochaetales) from China with a description of three new species 
Authors:Dai, Y.C.; Cui, B.K. 
Year:2009 
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Volume:8 
Issue:4 
First page:281 
Last page:287 
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Keywords:NEW SPECIES, POLYPORE, TAXONOMY, WOOD-ROTTING FUNGI 
Abstract:Three new species of Trichaptum, T. imbricatum, T. perenne and T. podocarpi, are described from China. Trichaptum imbricatum is characterized by imbricate basdiocarps, white to cream hymenophore, small and regular pores, scattered and thin-walled cystidia. Trichaptum perenne differs from other species in the genus by perennial and pileate habit, large pores and entire dissepiments, and oblong, ellipsoid basidiospores. Trichaptum podocarpi is distinguished by totally resupinate basidiocarps, distinctly long cystidia, and living on Podocarpus. Illustrated descriptions of the three species are provided. A key to the species occurring in China is given, and statistical variations of spore dimensions of each species are included in the key. 
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Summary:Dai, Y.C.; Cui, B.K. 2009. Trichaptum (Basidiomycota, Hymenochaetales) from China with a description of three new species. Mycological Progress. 8(4):281-287 
Journal name:Mycological Progress