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  • Albatrellus peckianus - Photograph of this species found here in the oak forests of Central America.
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  • Albatrellus pescaprae - Photograph and information on this distinctive species with hexagonal pores.
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  • Antrodia albida - Two photographs of this strange fungus.
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  • Antrodia xantha - Several photographs of this species growing on a rotten beech log, including microscopic images of basidia, hyphae and spores.
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  • Antrodiella semisupiforme - This species photographed in Puerto Rico.
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  • Antrodiella zonata - Several photographs of this species, also known as Irpex brevis.
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  • Bjerkandera adusta - Photographs of the smoky bracket.
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  • Bjerkandera fumosa - Photographs of the big smoky bracket.
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  • Bridgeoporus nobilissimus - Photographs and a great deal of information on this species which is believed to produce the largest fruiting bodies of any fungus.
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  • Bulbillomyces farinosus - Photograph of this species.
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  • Chicken of the Woods - Student project on the fungus, Laetiporus sulphureus, including classification, habitat, adaptation, nutrition, reproduction and interactions with other species.
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  • Chondrostereum purpureum - Information from Wikipedia on this fungus, its characteristics and use as a biological control agent.
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  • Chondrostereum purpureum - Photograph of the parasitic silverleaf fungus.
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  • Climacodon septentrionale - Several photographs of the Northern Tooth Fungus.
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  • Climacodon septentrionale - Article by Tom Volk on the Northern Tooth Fungus which is a parasite of trees, usually maples, and of how one specimen went travelling in the U.S.
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  • Fomitopsis cajanderi - Photograph and description of this species.
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  • Fomitopsis pinicola - Photograph and description of this species.
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  • Ganoderma - Photographs of Ganoderma carnosum and Ganoderma lucidum.
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  • Ganoderma applanatum - Photograph of an old specimen of this bracket fungus and what was found when it was turned over.
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  • Ganoderma applanatum - Article by Tom Volk on this perennial shelf fungus, information on Polypores in general, and a photograph of another species, Ganoderma lucidum.
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  • Ganoderma applanatum - Student project on the artist's conk including classification, habitat, adaptation, nutrition, reproduction and interactions with other species.
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  • Ganoderma applanatum - Photograph of fruiting bodies of this fungus showing the dusting of basidiospores on surrounding foliage.
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  • Ganoderma lucidum, Reishi or Ling Zhi - This species is used in oriental medicine and can be cultured on logs. Article with photographs by Tom Volk.
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  • Gloeophyllum trabeum - Two photographs of this fungus on a dead log, and photographs of its typical habitat.
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  • Grifola frondosa - Several photographs of this bracket fungus, commonly known as Hen of the Woods, including enlarged images.
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  • Grifola frondosa, the Hen of the Woods - Photographs and article by Tom Volk on this edible fungus which is known as maitake in Japan where it is cultivated on artificial logs composed of sawdust.
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  • Hydnellum aurantium - Photographs of this species and its spores.
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  • Hydnellum caeruleum - An article by Sean Westmoreland and Tom Volk on this strange species with indeterminate fruiting bodies.
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  • Hydnellum peckii: Bleeding Tooth Fungus - Description of this species, and photograph of it exuding droplets of red fluid.
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  • Hyphodontia arguta - Photographs of this species and its typical habitat.
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  • Irpex lacteus - Photograph of this species.
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  • Phanerochaete chrysosporium - Tom Volk and his colleagues discovered that this crust fungus can degrade phenolic resin plastics which are used in laminating formica and which were previously thought to be non-biodegradable.
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  • Phlebia coccineofulva, Hyphoderma puberum and Pulcherricium caeruleum - Illustrated article by Tom Volk on these three crust fungi, often found on the underside of decaying logs in the forest.
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  • Polypores - Dr Josef Vlasak displays the extensive collection of these fungi he has built, gathered from the Czech and Slovak Republics and the USA.
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  • Polyporus sp. - Microscopic image.
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  • Postia - Many photographs of this bracket fungus including magnified images of the pores, chlamydospores and spores.
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  • Radulomyces confluens - Several photographs of this resupinate fungus.
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  • Schizoporaceae - Photographs of Hyphodontia arguta, Hyphodontia sambuci and Schizopora paradoxa.
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  • Sistotrema confluens - Tom Volk provides photographs and information on this odd tooth fungus in honor of the tercentenary of the birth of Carl Linnaeus.
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  • Sistotrema confluens - Photograph and information on this polypore from the paramo of Costa Rica.
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  • Sparassis crispa - Tom Volk provides photographs and information on the cauliflower or noodle mushroom.
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  • Sparassis crispa - Several photographs of this fungus, commonly known as the Wood Cauliflower.
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  • Steccherinum ochraceum - Photograph of this species.
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  • Terana caerulea - Several photographs of this blue species.
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  • Trametes versicolor - Several photographs of this multicolored bracket fungus.
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