Phanerochaete carnosa HHB-10118-sp (Phanerochaete_carnosa_HHB-10118-Sp_v1.0)

About Phanerochaete carnosa HHB-10118-sp (GCA_000300595)

Phanerochaete carnosa is a species of crust fungus in the family Phanerochaetaceae. It is a plant pathogen that infects plane trees. The fungus was first described to science by Edward Angus Burt in 1926 as a species of Peniophora. It was transferred to the genus Phanerochaete by Erast Parmasto in 1967.

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Taxonomy ID 650164

Data source DOE Joint Genome Institute

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Genome assembly: Phanerochaete_carnosa_HHB-10118-Sp_v1.0

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