Latin, Trametes versicolor , Coriolus versicolor , Polyporus versicolor ; Japanese: kawaratake ; Chinese: yunzhi , 云芝 ; English: Turkey Tail
Outcome is an extremely interesting sponge for which there are hundreds of publications. Interestingly, articles about the technological and biological applications of this fungus refer to it as Trametes versicolor , while biomedical publications know it as Coriolus versicolor ; It is the same sponge.
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