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Category: Host fungi

Porcino: Boletus edulis

A penny bun or a penny loaf was a small bread bun or loaf which cost one old penny at the time when there were 240 pence to the pound. A penny loaf was a common size loaf of bread in England regulated by the Assize of Bread Act of 1266. The size of the loaf could vary depending on the prevailing cost of the flour used in the baking. The nursery rhyme London Bridge Is Falling Down has a version which includes the line “Build it up with penny loaves”.

The expression ‘penny bun’ is Cockney rhyming slang for one, sun and son. ‘Penny bun’ is also the common English name for the cep (French), or Boletus edulis, an edible basidiomycete mushroom. Native to Europe and North America, it is Europe’s second most sought-after fungus after truffles. Read more

Lawrence pattern,host-fungi groups

Note: the name of some fungi are changed now

1. Polyporus(Trametes) versicolor group

Polyporus (Trametes) hirsutus, Lenzites betulina, Trametes hispidia

 

2. Polyporus pargamenus(Trichaptum biforme) group

P. sector , Daedalus unicolor

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Luminescent fungi

To see larger and beetle click on picture

Ciidae usualy live on Basidiomycete fungi but sometimes maybe found on Ascomycetes

Mycena lucentipes is Basidiomycetes, Agaricales a species luminescent  fungi recently described from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

You can see possibility a small Cis on fungi. this fungi is luminescent but we do not know is any ciid beetle luminescent or not Read more

Trichaptum biforme

Scientific name:   Trichaptum biforme (Fr. in Kl.)
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Derivation of name:  Trichaptum means “with clinging
hairs”; biforme means “with two forms or stages” in reference
to the pore surface which can be either poroid or toothlike.
Synonymy:   Polyporus biformis Fr. in Kl., Polyporus
pergamenus
 Fr.; Trichaptum pargamenum (Fr.) G. Cunn.;
Hirschioporus pergamenus (Fr.) Bondartsev & Singer
Common names:   Violet-toothed polypore.
Phylum:   Basidiomycota
Order:  Polyporales
Family:   Polyporaceae Read more

Daedaleopsis confragosa var. tricolor

Daedaleopsis confragosa var. tricolor Read more