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Related to Polyporaceae: family Polyporaceae
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Noun1.Polyporaceae - fungi that become corky or woody with age, often forming shelflike growths on trees
fungus family - includes lichen families
Aphyllophorales, order Aphyllophorales - includes chiefly saprophytic fungi typically with shelflike bodies; sometimes placed in class Hymenomycetes or included in Agaricales
Albatrellus, genus Albatrellus - a genus of fungi belonging to the family Polyporaceae
Albatrellus dispansus - a rare fungus having a large (up to 14 inches wide) yellow fruiting body with multiple individual caps and a broad central stalk and a fragrant odor
Albatrellus ovinus, sheep polypore - a fungus with a whitish often circular cap and a white pore surface and small pores and a white central stalk; found under conifers; edible but not popular
genus Neolentinus, Neolentinus - a genus of fungi belonging to the family Polyporaceae
Neolentinus ponderosus - a gilled polypore with a large cap (up to 15 inches in diameter) and a broad stalk; edible when young and tender
genus Nigroporus, Nigroporus - a genus of fungi belonging to the family Polyporaceae
Nigroporus vinosus - a woody pore fungus with a dark brown to red brown cap and spore surface and small pores
genus Oligoporus, Oligoporus - a genus of fungi belonging to the family Polyporaceae
Oligoporus leucospongia - a pore fungus with a whitish cottony soft cap found on conifer logs in forests at high elevation in the western United States and adjacent Canada
genus Polyporus, Polyporus - type genus of the Polyporaceae; includes important pathogens of e.g. birches and conifers
Fomes, genus Fomes - genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large size; includes some that cause destructive heartrot in trees
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Lloyd, is a mushroom belonging to the species of Polyporaceae family, which is characterized by hymenium (fertile layer) in vertical pores on the underside of the caps (Hobbs 1995).
These as well as other fungi belonging to the Gasteromycetes and Polyporaceae probably do occur in the area but were neither collected nor encountered.