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    Three interesting wood rotting macro-fungi from Jharkhand, India
    Journal Article
    Routine surveys of mycologically unexplored forest areas of Jharkhand, followed by a thorough examination of macro-fungal collections reveal two hitherto unrecorded poroid species (Basidiomycete) for Indian mycobiota namely, Ganoderma elegantum and Perenniporia bambusicola, and a less known hydnoid wood-rotting species Beenakia fuliginosa.  Detailed taxonomic descriptions coupled with illustrations are provided for all three taxa and compared with allied taxa. 
    Hembrom Manoj Emanuel, Parihar Arvind, Das Kanad (2016). Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(8) pp. 8518-8525; doi:10.11609/jott.2133.8.2.8518-8525