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The status of Meripilus giganteus (aphyllophorales, polyporaceae) in North America

Michael J. Larsen

The status of Meripilus giganteus (aphyllophorales, polyporaceae) in North America

by Michael J. Larsen

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fungi -- North America

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    StatementMichael J. Larsen and Frances F. Lombard
    ContributionsLombard, Frances F, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 612-621 :
    Number of Pages621
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13611257M

    This page was last edited on 30 December , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Meripilus species Meripilus giganteus Name Synonyms Agaricus aequivocus (Holmsk.) Agaricus multiplex Dill. Boletus giganteus Pers. Boletus giganteus Schumach. Cladomeris giganteus (Pers.) Quél. Clavaria aequivoca Holmsk.

    Find the perfect polypore mushroom meripilus giganteus stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now! Giant Polypore fungi are usually whoppers, just as the name suggests - in some cases, up to a massive 80 centimetres across. What's more, in autumn they're reasonably common and widespread in parts of the New Forest and often grow in huge, overlapping swathes of flattened, fan-shaped caps, each on the upper surface with alternately light and dark brown zones of colour.

    Meripilus Genus Key to Gilled Mushrooms Key This is a key to gilled mushrooms, that is, mushrooms having a definite cap with a fertile surface consisting of fruiting body usually also has a stem, although that may be lateral or absent (usually, then, the mushroom is growing from wood). You can use this key to identify mushrooms that you find. The detailed chemical analysis of the methanol extract of Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst. led to the isolation of two new cerebrosides, mericeramides A (1) and B (2) together with cerebroside B (3), ergosterol (4), 3β-hydroxyergosta-7,diene (5), cerevisterol (6), 3β-hydroxyergosta-6,8(14),triene (7), 3β-O-glucopyranosyl-5,8-epidioxyergosta-6,diene (8) and (11E,13E Author: András Sárközy, Zoltán Béni, Miklós Dékány, Zoltán Péter Zomborszki, Kinga Rudolf, Viktor Papp, Judi.


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The status of Meripilus giganteus (aphyllophorales, polyporaceae) in North America by Michael J. Larsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

MERIPILUS GIGANTEUS (APHYLLOPHORALES, POLYPORACEAE) IN NORTH AMERICA. CHAE. Forest Products Laboratory, 1. One Gifford Pinchot Drive, Madison, Wisconsin The status of the species names.

Meripilus giganteus, Grifola lentifondosa, and. sumstinei. is The Status of Meripilus giganteus (Aphyllophorales. Get this from a library. The status of Meripilus giganteus (aphyllophorales, polyporaceae) in North America.

[Michael J Larsen; Frances F Lombard; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)]. Giant polypore (Meripilus giganteus) Common host(s) Most often on Beech, but occasionally on other broadleaved trees. Colonisation strategy Gains entry via injuries to large roots.

Symptoms Annual large, clustered layers of pale brown, tan or pink/orange/brown growths up to 1m across. Form at root/trunk interface or on large roots radiating out from the trunk. An Meripilus giganteus in uska species han Fungi in nahilalakip ha divisio nga Basidiomycota, ngan nga syahan ginhulagway ni Christiaan Hendrik Persoon, ngan ginhatag han pagkayana nga asya nga ngaran ni Petter Adolf Karsten hadton An Meripilus giganteus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Meripilus, ngan familia nga Meripilaceae.

Waray hini subspecies nga i-an: Fungi. Scientific name: Meripilus sumstinei (Murrill) M. Larsen and Lombard Derivation of name: Meri- means "part" or "division" and pil- means "cap." The genus name may refer to the structure of the fungus having numerous caps fanning out and dividing from a common base.

Synonymy: Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst., Polyporus giganteus Fr. Meripilus sumstinei [ Basidiomycetes > Polyporales > Meripilaceae > Meripilus by Michael Kuo.

With similar mushrooms known as the "hen of the woods" and the "chicken of the woods," I think Meripilus sumstinei should be known as the "rooster of the woods," just to add to the confusion--which is already fairly rampant, to judge from the hen-chicken, chicken-hen e-mails I receive confusing.

Meripilus giganteus (GB= Giant Polypore or Black-staining Polypore, D= Riesenporling, F= Polypore géant, NL= Reuzenzwam) white spores and causes white rot, that is starting to grow at the foot of an enormous Beech tree - 4, × 3,; MB.

Meripilus giganteus finds from the field January 5, forgottenwoods fungi, hazard, meripilus giganteus, pathogenic fungi, wood decay For those of us in the arboricultural world, we are certainly aware of this wood-decay fungus.

Giant polypore. Basisdaten. Profile. scientific name: Meripilus giganteus class: Agaricomycetes family: Polyporales genus: Meripilaceae kind: Meripilus fruit bodies: June - October wood decomposition: White rot attack course: Weak parasite Enters into the trunk through dead roots damages the.

Giant Polypore, Meripilus giganteus, growing round a beech stump on West Wickham Common. These are the fruiting bodies of the Giant Polypore, Meripilus giganteus, and it is a tree killer.

It consumes the lignin in wood, leaving the lighter-coloured cellulose; this is known as a white rot. Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst., Bidrag till Kännedom av Finlands Natur och Folk 33 () [MB#].

Na lenga: ël Meripilus giganteus Descrission. Fin a 1 m. ëd diàmetr. Capej fin a 30 cm., vàire, brun òcra, zonà, motobin sutij. Such rognos gròss. Part fèrtila (imenòfor) crema, an-neirent. Da 3 a 5 përtus për mm. Carn com ël coram.

Ambient. Hi All, A little advice please. I have a beech which is infected by Meripilus Giganteus. The fruiting bodies have appeared in the last 3 years.

We have been in the house 20 years and have reduced the crown 3 times to manage its size. Regretfully it was butchered by a brutal topping by the previou. Meripilus giganteus is mainly distributed all over the cold regions of the northern Hemisphere, and is widely distributed in Europe.

In the field, it is recognizable by the large, multi-capped fruiting body, as well as its pore surface that quickly darkens black when bruised or s: 2.

Severe storms can cause damage to even strong healthy trees but the biggest danger is associated with root and basal decay fungi These fungi can enter tree roots and the base of stems through damage caused by excavations, disturbance poor pruning and even drought or prolonged flooding.

reuzenzwam - Meripilus giganteus - giant polypore - Riesen-Porling - Polypore géant - De reuzenzwam groeit als parasiet aan de voet of op stammen. Meripilus giganteus Mushroom. Category Film & Animation; Show more Show less.

Comments are turned off Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a. Interactions where Meripilus giganteus is the victim or passive partner (and generally loses out from the process). The following relationships have been collated from the published literature (see 'References'). Filters: Show All Hide Herbivores Hide Parasites Hide Saprobes.

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Meripilus giganteus (Pers.) P. Karst., Bidrag till Kännedom av Finlands Natur och Folk 33 () [MB#] 6. Merisma giganteum (Pers.) Gillet, Les Hyménomycètes ou Description de tous les Champignons qui Croissent en France: () [MB#].

Find the perfect meripilus giganteus stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now!Meripilus Giganteus on Mature Beech Trees Meripilus giganteus, also known as the Giant polypore is a common cause of the death and /or windblow of mature beech trees. It is considered very serious and dangerous especially when in an urban environement or in areas with a high foorfall.Meripilus giganteus, giant polypore, black-staining polypore: brief description, taxonomy, images at GeoChemBio.