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 Add this item to the list  Coriolopsis Taylori Murrill sp. nov.
   
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Description:Coriolopsis Taylori Murrill, sp. nov.
Pileus corky, rigid, subimbricate, sessile, dimidiate, conchate, 3-5 x 4-7 x 0.5-1.5 cm.; surface zonate, roughly hispid to scabrous, aculeate behind, somewhat sulcate, finely radiate-striate, subshining and chestnut-colored in zones near the margin and opaque and isabelline-fulvous behind, or entirely multizonate and subshining; margin thin, pallid, tomentose, entire or undulate: context isabelline, distinctly zonate, almost woody, 0.3-1 cm. thick; tubes slender, 2-4 mm. long, circular, umbrinous within, mouths circular, regular, minute, 5-7 to a mm., grayish-umbrinous to fuliginous, edges entire, becoming rather thin, but firm and even: spores smooth, hyaline.
Type collected near Santiago, Cuba, on dead logs, August 25, 1906, Norman Taylor 1.
Distribution: Honduras; Cuba; Porto Rico; St. John.
 
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