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 Summary:Grifola frondosa var. intybacea (Fr.) Cetto, Enzyklopädie der Pilze 1: 317 (1987) [MB#132901] 
 Synonymy:≡Polyporus intybaceus Fr., Epicrisis Systematis Mycologici: 446 (1838) [MB#174331]
≡Merisma intybaceum (Fr.) Gillet, Les Hyménomycètes ou Description de tous les Champignons qui Croissent en France: 692 (1878) [MB#469864]
≡Polypilus intybaceus (Fr.) P. Karst., Bidrag till Kännedom av Finlands Natur och Folk 37: 25 (1882) [MB#472396]
≡Grifola frondosa f. intybacea (Fr.) Pilát, Beih. Bot. Zentbl.: 53 (1934) [MB#265357]
≡Grifola intybacea (Fr.) Imazeki, Bulletin of the Tokyo Science Museum 6: 98 (1943) [MB#297970]
≡Polypilus frondosus var. intybaceus (Fr.) Bondartsev, The Polyporaceae of the European USSR and Caucasia: 605 (1953) [MB#347465]
=Boletus cristatus Gouan, Hortus monsp.: 462 (1762) [MB#473704]
=Boletus frondosus Dicks., Fasciculus plantarum cryptogamicarum Britanniae 1: 18 (1785) [MB#444096]
=Boletus frondosus Schrank, Baierische Flora 2: 616 (1789) [MB#473753]
=Boletus intybaceus Baumg., Flora Lipsiensis: 631 (1790) [MB#220322]
=Fungus squamatin-incumbens Paulet, Traité des champignons 2: 121, pl. 30:1-4 (1793) [MB#469285]
=Polyporus barrelieri Viv., Funghi Italia: 28, pl. 28 (1834) [MB#188719]
=Cladodendron frondosus (Dicks.) Lázaro Ibiza (1916) [MB#468674]
=Grifola albicans Imazeki, J. Jap. Bot.: 386 (1943) [MB#331517]
 MycoBank #:132901 
 Authors:(Fries) Cetto
 Authors (abbreviated):(Fr.) Cetto
 Page #:317
 Year of effective publication:1987
 Name type:Combination 
 Name status:Legitimate
 Remarks:basionym not cited; check italian edition 
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