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  • n. Plural form of polypore.


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  • Not just the big polypores, although we saw those too, but lots of small delicate-looking white ones and little reddish-brown ones on the wood chips in the trail.


  • But, till then, they had not found any of these polypores or even any of the morels which could replace them.

    The Mysterious Island

  • The three diseases so far described serve very well as types of a number of others known to be due to the invasion of timber and the dissolution of the walls of its cells, fibers, and vessels by hymenomycetous fungi, i.e., by fungi allied to the toadstools and polypores.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 643, April 28, 1888

  • "Of Fungi and Foe" is an extension of the music Claypool made for the video game "Mushroom Men," in which a UFO crashes in a field, suddenly giving mental powers to some mushrooms, who move about battling things like bunnies and evil polypores.

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  • Gilbertson RL, Ryvarden L (1986) North American polypores, vol. 1.

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  • Oslo: Fungiflora A / S. Gilbertson RL, Ryvarden L (1987) North American polypores, vol. 2.

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