New species of corticiaceae (Basidiomycotina, aphyllophorales) from Arizona

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StatementH.H. Burdsall and R.L. Gelbertson.
ContributionsGilbertson, Robert L., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
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Taxonomy History. The German mycologist Wilhelm Gustav Franz Herter first published the Corticiaceae in to accommodate species of hymenomycetes that produced basidiocarps (fruit bodies) which were effused (spread out and patch-like) and had a more or less smooth hymenophore (spore-bearing surface).

Since this definition was vague, superficial, and covered a large range of unrelated fungi Class: Agaricomycetes. OCLC Number: Notes: Reprinted from MycotaxonPublished J Description: pages [] illustrations ; 28 cm.

Get this from a library. A new species of Laeticorticium (aphyllophorales, corticiaceae) from the southern Appalachians. [Harold H Burdsall; Forest Products. including a new species, P. vesiculosa. Phanerochaete vesiculosa is characterized by thin-walled, clavate to cylindrical vesicles embedded in the subiculum.

A key to the known species of Phanerochaete from Uruguay is provided. Key words: Phanerochaete vesiculosa, taxonomy, Corticiaceae Phanerochaete P. Karst. is a widespread group of saprophytic,Cited by: 4. Burdsall, H.H. Jr; Gilbertson, R.L. New species of Corticiaceae (Basidiomycotina, Aphyllophorales) from Arizona.

Mycotaxon. datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this family. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species of Corticiaceae.

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Shelving menu. NEW SPECIES OF CORTICIACEAE (BASIDIOMYCOTINA, APHYLLOPHORALES) FROM ARIZONA H. BURDSALL, JR. and R. GILBERTSON Reprinted from MYCOTAXON Published J MYCOTAXON Vol. XV, pp. July-September NEW SPECIES OF CORTICIACEAE.

Remarkable nutritional diversity of basidiomycetes in the Corticiales, including a new foliicolous species of Marchandiomyces (Anamorphic Basidiomycota, Corticiaceae) from Australia.

A molecular phylogenetic study clarified the relationships among the mushroom-forming species of the family. The authors demonstrated the existence of four distinct lineages of gilled mushrooms, which led to the description of Multifurca as a new genus separated from Russula and the segregation of Lactifluus from Lactarius.

Genera with closed fruitbodies within the family are form taxa. Remarkable nutritional diversity in the Corticiales, including a new foliicolous species of Marchandiomyces (anamorphic Basidiomycota, Corticiaceae) from Australia.

American Journal of Botany – Three pink species of Corticiaceae (Basidiomycetes) growing on living grasses are described: Laetisaria fuciformis, the causal organism of the red thread disease and two species classified in the new genus Limonomyces: Limonomyces roseipellis sp.

nov. and Limonomyces culmigenus comb. nov. The morphology and disease symptoms of these species are described and their taxonomy discussed. Maekawa N. Redifinition of Botryobasidium pruinatum (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales) and its relationship to B.

asperulum and B. laeve.

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Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan 31(4): – Maekawa N. Seven species of the genus Botryobasidium (Corticiaceae, Aphyllophorales) previously unreported from Japan.

The exclusion of species belong-ing in Coniophoraceae and Lachnocladiaceae was mainly practical as these groups were the subject of a study by N.

Hallenberg (Hallenberg ). The flora is now completed in eight volumes, 16 years after it was initiated. During these years a wealth of new information concerning the Corticiaceae has been gathered.

Phanerochaete is lignicolous, saprobic, and uniformly causes a white rot in wood, and more than 80 species are known (Parmasto, ), representing one of the largest genera within the Corticiaceae s.l.

Before this study, 21 species of Phanerochaete have been recorded from Taiwan. A new species Corticium malagasoroseum Duhem nov. sp., from roseum complex, found in Madagascar, is described and illustrated. Differences with the nearest C. lombardiae are discussed.

Laeticorticium pilatii is transferred to the genus Dentocorticium. Dendrocorticium piceinum Lemkeis considered a posterior synonym of Cerocorticium notabile (H. Jacks.). The species diversity of polypores in Fenglin Nature Reserve is very high in regional, stand and tree species level when compared with North European data.

The number of endemic species. This page was last edited on 26 Mayat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using. mycetophiloides (syn. mycophaga) is discussed and a detailed description provided. Specimens of the closely related T.

simplex occurring as a mycoparasite on 2 different host species were compared but it was concluded that they represent a single taxon. versicolor is redescribed and is reported from western North America on Peniophora incarnata and P.

reidii. Several species have later been added to the genus (Larsen, ) and a key to the then accepted species is given by Mycol. Res. (4): – () Printed in the United Kingdom A new species of Lindtneria from Italy Annarosa Bernicchia and L.

Ryvarden Fig. Hymenial elements of Lindtneria hydnoidea. (Drawing, F. Padovan.) (Bar, Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Acanthocorticium brueggemannii, a new corticioid genus and species related to cyphelloid fungi in the euagarics clade (Agaricales, Basidiomycota). Juliano M. Baltazar, a Sergio P.

Gorjón, b María Belén Pildain, b Mario Rajchenberg, b Rosa Mara B. da Silveira a a Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica, Departamento de Botânica. Recommended Citation. Gilbertson, R.L. and Budington, A.B., "Three new species of wood-rotting fungi in the Corticiaceae" ().

Aspen Bibliography. Evolutionary processes inCorticiaceae (wood-inhabiting basidiomycetes) are discussed on the basis of sibling species analysis, colonization strategies, and the known present distribution.

It is proposed that the phylogenetical differentiation of basidiocarp structures may be very old and many species have remained unchanged. Subsequent evolution has to a great part been the effect of. Phanerochaete species have membranaceous, crust-like fruit bodies.

The hyphal system is monomitic, with simple-septate generative hyphae; single or multiple clamps may be present in the subiculum.

The basidia (spore-bearing cells) are club-shaped and smooth. The exclusion of species belong- ing in Coniophoraceae and Lachnocladiaceae mainly practical as these groups were the subject of a study by N.

Hallenberg (Hallenberg ). The flora is now completed in eight volumes, 16 years after it was initiated. During these years a wealth of new information concerning the Corticiaceae has been gathered.

Taxonomy History. The German mycologist Wilhelm Gustav Franz Herter first published the Corticiaceae in to accommodate species of hymenomycetes that produced basidiocarps (fruit bodies) which were effused (spread out and patch-like) and had a more or less smooth hymenophore (spore-bearing surface).

Since this definition was vague, superficial, and covered a large range of unrelated fungi. The species of pig is one of six species of Flabelligena, that are in the North Atlantic Ocean. The researcher gets the sea pig. In cases like this, a group of scientists in Japan’s National Institute of Polar Research, National Museum of Nature and Science, and Kochi University discovered a new species of sea worm — they called Flabelligena Gillet (Basidiomycota), with special emphasis on species from New Zealand.

New Zealand Journal of Botany - Ghobad-Nejhad M., Hallenberg N, Kotiranta H. Additions to the corticioids of the Caucasus from NW Iran. Mycotaxon Vol.

Gorjón S.P. & Hallenberg N. () New records of Sistotrema species (Basidiomycota). The 10th edition of Dictionary of Fungi (Kirk et al. ), enumerates 29 genera and species associated with Corticiaceae.

This figure is, however, outdated as many taxa recorded there do not belong to Corticiaceae, following the most recent phylogenies.

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The family was delimited in its strict sense by Ghobad-Nejhad et al. A new type of hyphae, the "quasi-binding hypha" is recognized in the Corticiaceae. The temperate element in the studied fungi in Taiwan comprises 23 species, only three of which are endemic.

The warm-temperate-subtropical element consists of seven species, only one of which is new. Of the 32 species. New synonymy in Hyphoderma rude (Corticiaceae) Suzana Andreatta Nietiedt and Rosa T. Guerrero: Ascomycetes described from New Caledonia, South Pacific region: Jean Mouchacca: Species of Boidinia (Basidiomycotina) with simple-septate hyphae: Sheng-Hua Wu and Peter K.

Buchanan: Mycenella variispora, a new Mycenella from Italy.Fibricium gloeocystidiatum (Polyporales, Basidiomycetes) new to Europe. Mycotaxon Baici A, Hjortstam K (). A new species of Cristinia (Aphyllophorales, Corticiaceae) from North Italy.

Sydowia Baici A, Léger JC (). Hymenochaete carpatica Pilát collected in Switzerland. Mycologia Helvetica 3(1): Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.