Exidia glandulosa HHB12029 (GCA_001632375) (Exigl1)

About Exidia glandulosa HHB12029 (GCA_001632375)

Wikipedia

Exidia glandulosa (common names black witches' butter, black jelly roll, or warty jelly fungus) is a jelly fungus in the family Auriculariaceae. It is a common, wood-rotting species in Europe, typically growing on dead attached branches of oak. The fruit bodies are up to wide, shiny, black and blister-like, and grow singly or in clusters. Its occurrence elsewhere is uncertain because of confusion with the related species, Exidia nigricans.

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Taxonomy ID 1314781

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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Gene annotation

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