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Schizophyllum commune (Split gill)

Schizophyllum commune (Split gill)

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Schizophyllum commune is a common species of fungus in the genus Schizophyllum. It was initially described as a morphological species of global distribution and then revealed to be a species complex encompassing several cryptic species of more narrow distribution, as typical of many mushroom-forming Basidiomycota...The gills, which produce basidiospores on their surface, split when the mushroom dries out, earning this mushroom the common name split gill. It has more than 28,000 sexes;.individuals of any sex are compatible for mating with all but three of the other sexes...It is common in rotting wood, but can also cause disease in humans

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14/03/2017
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Bernard Spragg
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