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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of polypore

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Derived Form of polypore

plural: polypores
woody pore fungi; any fungus of the family Polyporaceae or family Boletaceae having the spore-bearing surface within tubes or pores; the fruiting bodies are usually woody at maturity and persistent
Synonymspore fungus, pore mushroom,
Type ofbasidiomycete, basidiomycetous fungi,
TypesAlbatrellus dispansus, Albatrellus ovinus, beefsteak fungus, bracket fungus, Fistulina hepatica, Neolentinus ponderosus, Nigroporus vinosus, Oligoporus leucospongia, Polyporus squamosus, Polyporus tenuiculus, scaly polypore, sheep polypore, shelf fungus,

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  1. Then meet the resinous polypore, a late for mushroom with numerous tiny pores rather than gills under the cap
  2. Second this mushroom tends to exude reddish droplets. Hence the name resinous polypore
  3. Resinous polypore tastes better than it looks. I highly recommend dry sauteing as for all spongy mushrooms
  4. Well amadou is a birch polypore, but has other attributes as well.
  5. the chicken of the woods belongs to the polypore family, thus the undersurface of the cap has
  6. This mushroom belongs to the polypore family. It's an edible mushroom.
  7. So chicken of the woods belong to the polypore family
  8. Let me show you it is polypore,
  9. So most of polypore mushrooms are edible.. are not poisonous,
  10. So this mushroom is called the umbrella polypore.
  11. It is called umbrella polypore.
  12. Well first because it's a in the polypore family
  13. so that's why it's called umbrella polypore.
  14. Let me show you the environment where the umbrella polypore grows. So I'm a left-hand side there is a bird tree
  15. So this umbrella polypore grows directly above the ground so it doesn't like the hen of the woods
  16. It's a birch polypore mushroom.
  17. and this was the entry wound for polypore mushrooms.
  18. the red-belted polypore mushroom was popping out.
  19. so but I focused in on a particular group of polypore mushrooms
  20. And the red-belted polypore grows on firs,