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polypore

(pŏl′ē-pôr′)
n.
Any of various tough basidiomycetous fungi that release their spores through pores, sometimes lack a stem, and usually grow on wood. Also called pore fungus.
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The most popular species of polypores on living English oaks in coppice oakeries of South-Western Central Russian Upland are facultative saprotrophs.
Each of three specified species of polypores is sporadically met on oaks as facultative hosts under the conditions of their growing with species which are principal hosts for the specified parasites.
Polypores from a Brazilian pine forest in Southern Brazil: pileate species.
The present work provides a descriptive analysis of the Ciidae and their feeding habits and their polypore hosts at a subtropical rainforest in Sao Francisco de Paula, southern Brazil.
During arbitrary walks along tracks in forest areas of FLONA/SFP, polypore basidiomes, which usually develop on dead tree trunks, were collected with a knife.
Several species of polypores inhabit the parks, woodlands and other outdoor spaces in New York State.
These are only a few examples of polypores that you are likely to find in New York's great outdoors.
One of the most common is the birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus).
New South American pileate polypores (Polyporaceae) from Santa Catarina Island, S.
Preliminary check-list of wood-inhabiting polypores (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycota) Mycotaxon 67: 323-340.
Hirschioporus aculeifer, a polypore with anamorphic pileus processes.
Population genetic structure of the polypore Datrobnia caperata in fragmented mangrove forest.