2 edition of Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum found in the catalog.
Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum
R. A. Maas Geesteranus
|Statement||R. A. Maas Geesteranus.|
|Series||Persoonia ;, v. 7. pt. 4. 1974|
|LC Classifications||QK600 .P4 vol. 7, pt. 4 1974, QK629.H8 .P4 vol. 7, pt. 4 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||443-581, p.  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||581|
|LC Control Number||75307459|
Fuscocerrena is described with Polyporus portoricensis as type species. The latter was previously placed in Cerrenella which, however, is a taxonomic synonym of errena is characterized by an irregular hymenophore, a dimitic hyphal system with clamped generative hyphae, coloured, partly branched skeletal hyphae, and dendrohyphidia; the latter has not previously been Cited by: 3. The genus Xanthoporus and the Loweomyces clade occupy a basal position of the Steccherinaceae phylogenetic tree. The genus Antrodiella was found to be polyphyletic, containing species spread throughout 10 distinct clades in the : Agaricomycetes.
and genera are related only after we have sampled their DNA. This thesis started as a study ofAntrodiella, a polypore genus of about 70 species. Species of Antrodiella have traditionally been characterised as wood-inhabiting, white-rot causing fungi, which have a dimitic hyphal structure (generative and skeletal but no binding. corticioid habit and aculeate hymenophore were described in genera such as Acia P. Karst., Grandinia Fr., Hydnum L., Irpex Fr., Kneiffia Fr., Odontia Pers., Radulum Fr., and Sistotrema Fr. As systematics progressed and incorporated new methods, especially DNA sequence, the remarkable plasticity of basidioma and hymenophore form was revealed.
× Please remember to donate to support Mushroom Observer. We are entirely volunteering run, but we still need to pay for our servers. (). Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Persoonia-Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 7(4), Burdsall Jr, H. H., & Nakasone, K. K. (). New or little known lignicolous. Maas Geesteranus RA (). Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Persoonia 7(4): Maekawa N, Nordén B (): Taxonomic study of Japanese Corticiaceae (Aphyllophorales) VII. Mycoscience Malençon G (). Nouvelles contributiones a la flore mycologique du Maroc – .
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Studies in the genera Irpex Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum book Steccherinum: Published in: Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 7(4), - ISSN Author: Maas Geesteranus, R.A. Date issued: Access: Open Access: Type: Article: Abstract: In the present paper Irpex is maintained as a monotypic genus, while Steccherinum is accepted with 17 by: In the present paper Irpex is maintained as a monotypic genus, while Steccherinum is accepted with 17 species.
Of these S. ethiopicum, S. galeritum, S. gilvum, S. lanestre, and S. willisii are described as new species, S. hydneum is proposed as a new : R.A. Maas Geesteranus.
Full text of "Type Studies in the Hydnaceae Genus Steccherinum" See other formats STOP Early Journal Content on JSTOR, Free to Anyone in the World This article is one of nearlyscholarly works digitized and made freely available to everyone in the world by g: Irpex.
Two species of Steccherinum (Basidiomycota, Aphyllophorales) new to China Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Persoonia 7: – Maas Geesteranus, R.A. Studies in. Parmasto ( ) included Steccherinum into Irpex, and Niemelä () was of the opinion that the genera Irpex, Flavodon, Junghuhnia, Fla-viporus and Steccherinum could be lumped together.
The tropical genus Flavodon Ryvarden is monotypic, with the type species Irpex flavus Klotzsch. The genus Flaviporus Murrill (see. PERSOONIA PublishedbytheRijksherbarium,Leiden Volume7,Part4,pp. () 1 StudiesinthegeneraIrpexandSteccherinum +Geesteranus Rijksherbarium, Leiden (With34Text-figures and Plate 40) In the present paper Irpex is maintainedas a monotypic genus, while Steccherinum is accepted with 17 species.
Ofthese icum, tum. Fung. Sci. 20(1, 2): 35–39, Two species of Steccherinum (Basidiomycota, Aphyllophorales) new to China Hai-Sheng Yuan 1, 2 and Yu-Cheng Dai1 1. Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy.
Molecular phylogenetic studies in some species in the three genera also support the viewpoint that they have a close relationship (Binder et al.
; Larsson ). Besides, three genera all cause white rot. However, Steccherinum differs from the other two genera by Cited by: 4. Maas Geesteranus RA () Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Persoonia Notes on the genus Antrodiella (Basidiomycota, Aphyllophorales) in China.
Out of eleven species placed in Radulodon by various taxonomists, five are accepted: R. americanus, R. calcareus, R. casearius, R. cirrhatinus, and R. erikssonii. The taxa are described and illustrated, and a key to the species is provided.
A comparison of the genera Radulodon, Radulomyces, Pseudolagarobasidium, and Sarcodontia is presented. Hydnaceous fungi of China 1. Stecchericium Type studies in the Hydnaceae 2. The genus Steccherinum. Mycologia, 4: Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Irpex lacteus is a white-rot fungus that inhabits mainly angiosperm branches and trunks.
It is one of the most common wood-rotting fungi for instance in urban North America. Taxonomy. The fungus was first described in by Elias Magnus Fries, who called it Sistotrema lacteum. Fries later made it the type species of the genus Irpex in Class: Agaricomycetes. THE GENERA STECCHERINUM, AURISCALPIUM, HERICIUM, DENTINUM AND CALODON L.
MlLLER (with plate 33) The pileate members of the Hydnaceae of North America have been carefully studied and treated by Dr. Howard J. Banker. His paper, UA contribution to a revision of the North American Hydnaceae" (), and the type studies which appeared in a.
Studies in the genera Irpex and Steccherinum. Persoonia 7(4): MAEKAWA, N. Taxonomic study of Japanese Corticiaceae (Aphyllophorales) I.
Rep. Tottori Mycol. Inst. NAKASONE, K. Cultural studies and identi fication of wood-inhabiting Corticiaceae and selected Hymenomycetes from North America. Mycol. Mem. Steccherinum cremicolor and S. elongatum are described and illustrated as new species from Taiwan.
Steccherinum cremicolor is characterized by strictly resupinate basidiocarps, a fimbriate margin, short spines, generative hyphae dominating in the trama and subiculum, encrusted skeletocystidia, and ellipsoid basidiospores. Steccherinum elongatum has strictly resupinate and Cited by: 4.
Request PDF | Morphology and phylogeny reveal a novel hydnoid taxon from India: Mycorrhaphoides stalpersii gen. and sp. nov | Mycorrhaphoides gen. nov. and Mycorrhaphoides stalpersii sp. nov. are. Twenty-seven species of polypores described by Corner were identified by type examinations.
Corneroporus gen. nov. is proposed, typified by Boletopsis subcitrina. The following new combinations are proposed: Coriolopsis lacunosa, Corneroporus subcitrinus, Heterobasidion arbitrarium, Rigidoporus dimiticus, Skeletocutis basifusca, Tyromyces dolosus, T.
friabilis, T. hispidus, T. by: Type studies of the polypores described by E. Corner from Asia and the West Pacific I. Species described in Polyporus, Buglossoporus, Meripilus, Daedalea, and Flabellophora.
The following species are accepted in the original genera: Polyporus Flabellophora, Flavodon, Gloeophyllum, Heteroporus, Irpex, Lenzites, Microporellus Cited by: Identifications of 29 species of polypores described by Corner were made by type examinations.
Laetifomes gan. nov. is proposed, typified by Rigidoporus flammans. The following new combinations are proposed: Abortiporus zonatus, Antrodiella flava, Laetifomes flammans, Oligoporus perplexus, Trichaptum vinaceibrunneum and Tyromyces sublacunosus.
The following names are accepted in the Cited by: Steccherinum fungi have a range of fruit body morphologies, including resupinate (crust-like), effused-reflexed (crust-like with the edges extending outwards to form caps), or pileate with either a stipe or only a stipe-like base.
Species. A estimate placed 33 species in : Agaricomycetes. encrusted skeletocystidia, and larger spores than most species in the genus Steccherinum. Odontia lusitanica (Holotype: Portugal, pr. Setubal, ad truncos Amygdalis communis, hieme, Torrend, S) is here considered to be a synonym of Steccherinum setulosum.
For further information about specimens from Portugal, see Melo & Telleria ().The type species of Polyporaceae (Aphyllophorales) and of other related genera, i.e. Irpex, Grammothele and Theleporus, described by J.
Rick were studied. Of the 93 names of species or varieties 34 are invalidly published and 21 are synonyms. Nineteen type specimens were not Cited by: A NEW STECCHERINUM (APHYLLOPHORALES, STECCHERINACEAE) ON QUAKING ASPEN 1 J.
PAGE LINDSEY AND R. L. GILBERTSON Department of Plant Pathology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona The genus Steccherinuma S.
F. Gray has been studied by a number of workers including Banker () and Miller and Boyle () in North America.