Not all fungi are the same...
The proof is presented in a new publication of chinese colleagues and dr. Vlasák. Based on extensive screening of morphological features and genetic data, they reorganised fundamentally the taxonomy of brown-rot fungi (polypore fungi), established 6 new genera, and discovered 4 new species of them. Complete description of species, including the identification key, were published in Fungal diversity (IF=6.99) this year. The usefulness of their work can be deduced from the fact that the paper has been cited 4 times in last months.
Li G.J., Hyde K.D., Zhao R.L., Hongsanan S., Abdel-Aziz F.A., Abdel-Wahab M.A., Alvarado P., Alves-Silva G., Ammirati J.F., Ariyawansa H.A., Baghela A., Vlasák J., et al. (2016) Fungal diversity notes 253-366: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa. Fungal Diversity 78: 1-237. DOI: 10.1007/s13225-016-0366-9 [IF = 6.99]
How the new species and their hybrids look like can be seen in publication