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A rare Gymnopilus species G. ochraceus Høil. collected from live Ficus platyphylla Del. tree is described and illustrated for the first time from India. Morphological and microscopic characters with molecular and biochemical analysis has been discussed. To indicate that, 25 species of Gymnopilus have previously been recorded from India and the species Gymnopilus ochraceus is hereby reported for the first time, thus making a total of 26 species from India.
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