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And P. ) Berk. , F. , Polyporus haematinus Berk. In Herb. from India. Bresadola (1920a, b) recorded 19 species of poroid fungi from India. , P. , P. , and Trametes acupunctata Berk. 2 National 43 from 1898 to 1925, where he made many references to Indian species like Daedalea bosei Lloyd, Favolus bengala Bose in Lloyd, Fomes durissimus Lloyd, F. , F. velutinosus Lloyd, Hexagonia burchelli Berk. in Lloyd, Polyporus acervatus Lloyd, P. hookeri Lloyd, P. ikenoi Lloyd etc. Bose (1918–1946) was the first Indian mycologist to collect and study the polypores on a comprehensive scale, mostly from Bengal (Bose 1918, 1920a, b, 1921a, b, c, 1922a, b, c, 1923a, b, 1924, 1925, 1928a, b, 1934, 1937, 1944, 1946).
He further rejected Léveillé’s Hymenochaete and placed the species under Stereum. It is evident that in “Hymenomycetes Europaei” Fries (1874) felt the necessity of grouping these genera in a somewhat different arrangement. It may be mentioned that real author behind many of the Fries concept and classification is Persoon but these are called Friesian because Fries was responsible for their maintenance and improvement (Donk 1964). The Friesian concepts excercised an enormous influence and became the traditional ones and have been perpetuated through Saccardo’s “Sylloge Fungorum”.
[Article] On the Suggested Mutual Repulsion of Fraunhofer Lines by John Ch. E.