Phlebia radiata    

Phlebia radiata - Orangroter Kammpilz

Autoren: Auricularia aurantiaca, Schumacher, 1803 / Merulius merismoides, Fries, 1818 / Phlebia merismoides, (Fries) Fries, 1821 / Phlebia contorta, Fries, 1821 / Phlebia radiata, Fries, 1821 / Merulius fulvus, Lasch, 1829 / Phlebia radiata var. contorta, (Fries) Quélet, 1888 / Phlebia kriegeriana, Hennings, 1902 / Phlebia aurantiaca var. radiata, (Fries) Bourdot & Galzin, 1928 / Phlebia cystidiata, H.S. Jackson, 1956 / Phlebia radiata f. merismoides, (Fries) Parmasto, 1967 / Phlebia radiata f. contorta, (Fries) Parmasto, 1967

Klassfikation: Phlebia / Kammpilze, Fältlinge - Fungi, Basidiomycota, Agaricomycotina, Agaricomycetes, Polyporales, Meruliaceae,

Aktueller Name: Phlebia radiata

Taxon: Phlebia radiata

aktualisiert: 11.04.2018

Sporenform

allantoid

Standort

mit Moos besiedelte Holzstrünke, Holzstrünke

Gattungen:

Phlebia: Kammpilze, Fältlinge



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