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is a genus of bracket fungi in the family Fomitopsidaceae
The Fomitopsidaceae are a family of fungi in the order Polyporales. Most species are parasitic on woody plants, and tend to cause brown rots.-Genera:Amylocystis —Antrodia —Auriporia —Buglossoporus —Climacocystis —Dacryobolus —...
The name means having the appearance of fomes
Fomes is a genus of perennial woody fungi in the family Polyporaceae. Species are typically hoof-shaped . New growth each season is added to the margin, resulting in a downward extension of the hymenium. This often results in a zonate appearance of the upper surface, that is, marked by concentric...
- Fomitopsis cajanderi
Fomitopsis cajanderi is a widely distributed bracket fungus. Commonly known as the rosy conk due to its rose-colored pore surface, it causes a disease called a brown pocket rot in various tree species.- External links :* synonyms...
- Fomitopsis palustris
Fomitopsis palustris is a species of fungus in the family Fomitopsidaceae. It causes brown rot, a disease of wood that results from the enzymatic breakdown of the wood component cellulose, but not lignin. Several enzymes involved in the wood decay process have been biochemically characterized.-Wood...
- Fomitopsis pinicola
Fomitopsis pinicola, in English sometimes known as Red Banded Polypore, is a polypore mushroom of the genus Fomitopsis. The species is common throughout the temperate Northern hemisphere. An alternative binomial name is Fomes pinicola....
- Fomitopsis rosea
Fomitopsis rosea is a plant pathogen.- External links :* *...
- Fomitopsis spraguei
Fomitopsis spraguei is a plant pathogen.-References:* *...
- Fomitopsis supina
Fomitopsis supina is a plant pathogen.- External links :* *...