Fomitopsis pinicola FP-58527 SS1 (Fompi3)

About Fomitopsis pinicola FP-58527 SS1

Wikipedia

Fomitopsis pinicola, is a stem decay fungi. Its conk (fruiting body), known as the Red-Belt Conk, is a polypore mushroom of the genus Fomitopsis. The species is common throughout the temperate Northern hemisphere. It is a decay fungi that serves as a small-scale disturbance agent in coastal rainforest ecosystems. It influences stand structure and succession in temperate rainforests. It performs essential nutrient cycling functions in forests.

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Taxonomy ID 743788

Data source European Nucleotide Archive

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