Bondarzewia mesenterica str. DSM 108281 (ASM480270v1)

About Bondarzewia mesenterica str. DSM 108281 (GCA_004802705.1)


Bondarzewia mesenterica (synonym: Bondarzewia montana) is a species of polypore fungus in the family Bondarzewiaceae. It was first described as Boletus mesentericus by Jacob Christian Schäffer in 1774. Hanns Kreisel transferred it to the genus Bondarzewia in 1984. The species is edible.

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Taxonomy ID 1095465

Data source IHI Zittau / TU Dresden

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Genome assembly: ASM480270v1

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