Bridge, Paul D., Brian Spooner, Ross E. Beever & D. C. Park

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Bridge, Paul D., Brian Spooner, Ross E. Beever & D.-C. Park. Taxonomy of the fungus commonly known as Stropharia aurantiaca with new combinations in Leratiomyces. 103: 109–121. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The taxonomy and nomenclature of the fungus commonly referred to as Stropharia aurantiaca was investigated. Molecular analysis of the ribosomal RNA large subunit gene confirmed the exclusion of the species from Stropharia. The results from further molecular and morphological comparison with type species indicated that ‘S. aurantiaca’ is congeneric with a number of other taxa currently placed in Leratiomyces, Stropharia and Weraroa. These taxa are transferred to Leratiomyces and an emended diagnosis and brief discussion of this genus are provided.

KEYWORDS: LSU, stropharioid, woodchip, sequestrate

Kinalioglu, Kadır. Four new records for the lichen flora of Turkey. 103: 123–126. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Three lichen species, Cladonia borealis, C. dimorpha, and Sphinctrina tubiformis, are new to the lichen flora of Turkey. For each a short description is presented.

KEYWORDS: Trabzon, Giresun

Barseghyan, Gayane S. & Solomon P. Wasser. New species of operculate discomycetes (Ascomycota, Pezizomycetes) for Israeli mycobiota. 103: 127–136. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Three species from the genera Helvella and Morchella were recorded for the first time for Israel. Morphological and habitat descriptions, general distribution, illustrations, and taxonomical discussions on Morchella elata, Helvella chinensis and H. spadicea are presented in this paper. Descriptions of all species are provided for Israeli samples.

KEYWORDS: Mediterranean, morels, taxonomy, Pezizales

Cortez, Vagner G. Type studies on South American Strophariaceae. 1. Pholiota varzeae from the Brazilian Amazon. 103: 137–140. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The study of the holotype of Pholiota varzeae revealed the presence of numerous acanthocytes in its rhizomorphs, generally accepted as an exclusive generic character of the genus Stropharia. The proposed new combination, S. varzeae, is based in morphological and anatomical characters. The taxonomic discussion is accompanied by detailed macroscopic and microscopic descriptions and illustrations.

KEYWORDS: Agaricales, Pholiota section Albivelatae, Amazon mycobiota, várzea vegetation, nomenclature

Yazıcı, Kenan, André Aptroot, Javier etayo, Ali Aslan, Anna Guttová. Lichens from the Batman, Mardin, Osmaniye, and Sivas regions of Turkey. 103: 141–144. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A total of 205 lichen taxa (198 species, 2 subspecies, 4 varieties, 1 forma) and one lichenicolous fungus were identified from 25 different localities in the Batman, Mardin, Osmaniye and Sivas regions of Turkey. Cladonia metacorallifera, Caloplaca flavocitrina, Caloplaca variabilis f. ocellulata, Phaeophyscia chloantha and Usnea wasmuthii are new to Turkey. 130 species and one lichenicolous fungus (Lichenodiplis lecanorae) are new records from Osmaniye. Moreover, 50 taxa are reported as new from Mardin, 35 from Sivas, and 23 from Batman. Distribution and substrata are summarized for the complete annotated species list posted at

KEYWORDS: Ascomycetes, flora, biota

Trierveiler-Pereira, Larissa, Juliano Marcon Baltazar & Clarice Loguercio-Leite. Santa Catarina Island mangroves 1 – First report of Myxomycetes on Avicennia schaueriana. 103: 145–152. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Mangroves are transitional coastal ecosystems linking marine and terrestrial environments, typically found in tropical areas. The total mangrove area in Brazil is one of the largest in the world, where austral limits/borders are in the State of Santa Catarina (Southern Brazil). During a survey about mangrove mycobiota on Santa Catarina Island, there were also collected and identified species of myxomycetes: Stemonitis fusca, S. splendens and Physarum pezizoideum. All specimens were gathered on Avicennia schaueriana. These species were collected for the first time in Brazilian mangroves and these are the first records of myxomycetes on A. schaueriana.

Key words æ taxonomy, neotropical

Lizárraga, Marcos, Gabriel Moreno, Martín Esqueda & Martha L. Coronado. Myxomycetes of Sonora, Mexico. 4: Sierra de Alamos-Rio Cuchujaqui Biosphere Reserve. 103: 153–170. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Thirty-one species of myxomycetes from the protected area Sierra de Alamos - Rio Cuchujaqui were studied. Fifteen taxa are new records for the Mexican state of Sonora: Cribraria fragilis, Diachea bulbillosa, D. leucopodia, Diderma effusum,

D. hemisphaericum, Fuligo megaspora, Licea castanea, Oligonema schweinitzii, Physarella oblonga, Physarum auriscalpium, P. bogoriense, P. cinereum, P. viride, Stemonaria longa and Stemonitis mussooriensis. Including these new records, eighty-one taxa have now been described for the Sonoran myxobiota. The species studied are discussed and photomicrographs of their macro- and microscopic characters are provided for some of them.

KEYWORDS: myxomycota, chorology, taxonomy, SEM

Velázquez, M. Silvana, Marta Cabello, Gabriela Irrazabal & Alicia Godeas. Acaulosporaceae from El Palmar National Park, Entre Ríos, Argentina. 103: 171–187. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The occurrence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi belonging to the genus Acaulospora in El Palmar National Park (Entre Ríos Province, Argentina) is reported. In this work A. entreriana sp. nov. is described and A. denticulata, A. dilatata, A. elegans, A. foveata and A. rehmii are reported and illustrated for the first time in Argentina. The distribution area of A. bireticulata, A. delicata, A. excavata, A. laevis, A. mellea, A. scrobiculata and A. spinosa was enlarged.

KEYWORDS: Glomeromycota, taxonomy, palm forest

Han, Jae-Gu & Hyeon-Dong Shin. Hymenoscyphus ginkgonis sp. nov. growing on leaves of Ginkgo biloba. 103: 189–195. 2008.

ABSTRACT: An interesting Hymenoscyphus species was collected on the leaves of Ginkgo biloba in Korea. Morphological characteristics and sequence analysis of the ITS rDNA indicate that the fungus represents a distinct new species, named here as Hymenoscyphus ginkgonis.

KEYWORDS: Helotiaceae, ITS rDNA, sequence analysis, taxonomy

Drechsler-Santos, Elisandro Ricardo, Claudia Groposo & Clarice Loguercio-Leite. Additions to the knowledge of lignocellulolytic Basidiomycetes (Fungi) in forests from Santa Catarina State, Brazil. 103: 197–200. 2008.

ABSTRACT: An updated checklist of the lignocellulolytic basidiomycetes in Santa Catarina State with 110 species distributed in 19 families and six orders (Agaricales, Hymenochaetales, Polyporales, Russulales, Auriculariales, Tremellales) is presented. The complete checklist is available on and as Electronic Guide BASC (Basidiomycetes of Santa Catarina) as well on

Spielmann, Adriano A. & Marcelo P. Marcelli. Bulbothrix viatica, a new species of Parmeliaceae from Brazil. 103: 201–205. 2008.

Abstract– Bulbothrix viatica is here proposed as new. It is a very common species that has been confused with Bulbothrix subcoronata but differs in its brown undersurface, larger ascospores, and wider lobes.

Key words– lichens, bulbate cilia, Rio Grande do Sul

Braun, Uwe, Pedro W. Crous & Konstanze Schubert. Taxonomic revision of the genus Cladosporium s. lat. 8. Reintroduction of Graphiopsis (= Dichocladosporium) with further reassessments of cladosporioid hyphomycetes. 103: 207-216. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Graphiopsis is shown to be an older, valid name for the recently introduced genus Dichocladosporium. The new name Cladosporium vincicola is introduced and the new combinations Fusicladium britannicum (∫ Cladosporium britannicum) and F. psammicola (∫ Exosporium psammicola, Cladosporium psammicola) are proposed. The fungus represented by the invalid name Cladosporium indigoferae is described and illustrated. Due to insufficient material, however, its generic affinity could not be resolved

KEYWORDS: anamorphs, cladosporium-like

Ţura, Daniel, Wjacheslav A. Spirin, Ivan V. Zmitrovich, Solomon P. Wasser & Eviatar Nevo. Polypores new to Israel — 1: Genera Ceriporiopsis, Postia, and Skeletocutis. 103: 217–227. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Ceriporiopsis balaenae, Postia rancida, P. subcaesia, and Skeletocutis percandida are described and their microstructural features are illustrated according to new material collected in northern Israeli forests. Their distribution, habitat, and taxonomic relationships with other species are discussed.

KEYWORDS: Mediterranean, annual tinder fungi, diversity, taxonomy

Delgado, Gregorio. South Florida microfungi: a new species of Stanjehughesia (hyphomycetes) from Sabal palm. 103: 229–234. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Stanjehughesia floridensis anam. sp. nov. is described and illustrated from rachides and petioles of dead leaves of Sabal sp. in southeastern Florida, USA. The fungus is characterized by conidiophores reduced to monoblastic, brown, cylindrical, ampulliform or lageniform, solitary or clustered conidiogenous cells and obclavate to cylindric-obclavate, smooth, brown, 5-9 euseptate conidia with dark bands at the septa. It is compared with morphologically similar taxa, and a synoptical table of accepted species of Stanjehughesia is provided.

KEYWORDS: anamorphic fungi, palm fungi, Sporidesmium

Bandala, Victor M. & Leticia Montoya. Type studies in the genus Crepidotus. 103: 235–254. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Type collections of six Crepidotus species described from Chile, Sri Lanka, and the USA were studied. Microscopic characters are described for each taxon. Macroscopic features provided in the original diagnoses have been supplemented by the micromorphologic variations noted in each specimen; these comparisons support our conclusion that each of the type specimens shares the same set of features exhibited by a previously described species and thus represents part of its variation. We therefore propose that Crepidotus brunswickianus should be synonymised with C. croceitinctus; C. cuneiformis, C. cystidiosus and C. truncatus with C. applanatus; C. grummosopilosus with C. calolepis; and C. maximus with C. albescens. Descriptions, illustrations and discussions are provided.

KEYWORDS: Crepidotaceae, new synonyms, taxonomy, wood-inhabiting fungi

Sérusiaux, Emmanuël, Robert Lücking & H. Thorsten Lumbsch. Sporopodium isidiatum (Pilocarpaceae), new from Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka, with a key to the world’s Sporopodium lichen species. 103: 255–262. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The new lichen species Sporopodium isidiatum is described from Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka. A key to all known species of Sporopodium is provided, as well as a synoptic table of their secondary chemical compounds.

KEYWORDS: Ectolechiaceae, Micareaceae

Zhang, Meng & Tian-Yu Zhang. Taxonomic studies of Alternaria from China 11. Three large-spored new species. 103: 263–268. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Three large-spored new species in the genus Alternaria: A. amphicarpaeae and A. sojae on plants of Fabaceae and A. tribuli on Zygophyllaceae are reported. A. amphicarpaeae and A. sojae are morphologically distinguishable from each other, and are also different from the other reported species of Alternaria on Fabaceae. Alternaria tribuli is the first species of Alternaria reported on Zygophyllaceae. Type specimens are deposited in the Herbarium of Shandong Agricultural University: Plant Pathology (HSAUP) and the Herbarium of Henan Agricultural University: Fungi (HHAUF).

KEYWORDS: taxonomy, hyphomycetes, leaf spots

Zhang, Meng, ZhiShen Chen & TianYu Zhang. Taxonomic studies of Alternaria from China. 12. Three taxa on Paeonia suffruticosa. 103: 269–272. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Three species of Alternaria on Paeonia suffruticosa are reported: A. suffruticosae, A. suffruticosicola, and A. tenuissima. The first two taxa are described as new species. A. suffruticosae is the first large-spored Alternaria species reported on plants of the family Ranunculaceae. A. suffruticosicola differs from other species reported on Ranunculaceae by its characteristic Alternaria infectoria-like sporulation pattern. Type specimens are deposited in the Herbarium of Henan Agricultural University: Fungi (HHAUF).

KEYWORDS: taxonomy, hyphomycetes, leaf spots

Rodríguez, Olivia, Laura Guzmán-Dávalos & Egon Horak. Pluteus neotropicalis (Pluteaceae, Agaricales), a new species from tropical-subtropical Mexico. 103: 273–278. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The new species Pluteus neotropicalis occurs in habitats situated in tropical and subtropical regions in the states of Colima, Quintana Roo, and Veracruz, Mexico. Morphologically, P. neotropicalis is most closely related to the northern temperate

P. thomsonii, from which it is differentiated by its obtuse and short rostrate cystidia.

KEYWORDS: agaric, Basidiomycota, Celluloderma, Pluteus thomsonii

Hausner, Georg, James Reid, Gyða G. Eyjólfsdóttir, Mahmood Iranpour & Peter C. Loewen. Basidiopycnides albertensis gen. et sp. nov., a new anamorphic fungus with phylogenetic affinities in the Atractiellales (Basidiomycota). 103: 279–297. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new anamorphic genus, Basidiopycnides, and its type species, Basidiopycnides albertensis, are described. Strains of Basidiopycnides albertensis produce what superficially appeared to be a Graphium-like conidial state with percurrently proliferating annellophores. Detailed morphological and molecular data analysis showed these isolates represent a new taxon that belongs to the Atractiellales (Basidiomycota).

KEYWORDS: bark beetles, DAPI staining, molecular phylogeny

Dueñas, Margarita, M. Teresa Tellería, Ireneia Melo, J. Laura Rodíguez-Armas & Esperanza Beltrán. A new species of Candelabrochaete (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). 103: 299–305. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new species of Candelabrochaete (Corticiaceae, Polyporales, Basidiomycota) is described and illustrated from specimens collected in two islands of the Macaronesian region, Faial (Azores) and Madeira. Affinities with other close species as C. africana, C. langloisii and C. septocystidia are discussed

KEYWORDS: Aphyllophorales, Macaronesia

Korf, Richard P. Nomenclatural notes. 12. Untangling Hedwig's Octospora villosa: Helvella fibrosa comb. nov. 103: 307–311. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Octospora villosa was described and illustrated by Hedwig in 1789, and has been reassigned first as a variety in Peziza, and later at species rank in Fuckelina, Cyathipodia, and Helvella. Hedwig’s species was sanctioned (at varietal level) by Fries, who treated it as Peziza macropus [var.] b hirta, an unintentional error in attributing to this taxon the epithet of a different Hedwig species. Error upon error has plagued Hedwig’s species name, and an attempt here is made to untangle the most flagrant of these. Names in current use are Helvella villosa, H. chinensis, and H. dissingii. None turns out to be correct under the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. Overlooked by all recent authors is the species name Peziza fibrosa proposed by Wallroth in 1833 as a new name to be substituted for O. villosa since that epithet could not be transferred to the genus Peziza, it being preoccupied there by Persoon’s P. villosa of 1801. The new combination Helvella fibrosa is formally proposed, and an epitype specimen for O. villosa is designated.

KEYWORDS: homonyms, sanctioned names, errors, corrected synonymy

Souza, Carlos A.P. de, Nadja Santos Vitória, José Luiz Bezerra, Edna Dora Martins Newman Luz, Carlos A. Inácio & José C. Dianese. Camarotella brasiliensis sp. nov. (Phyllachoraceae) on Syagrus schizophylla (Arecaceae) from Brazil. 103: 313–317. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new Camarotella species found in the States of Bahía and Sergipe, Brazil, on an arecaceous host (Syagrus schizophylla) is here described. The new species, C. brasiliensis, is distinguished from the other congeneric species by ascospore size, a persistent mucous sheath surrounding the ascospores, and ascus shape and width.

KEYWORDS: neotropical fungi, Phyllachorales, palm, ascomycetes

Vizzini, Alfredo & Mirca Zotti. Postia ptychogaster, an unusual two-stage polypore new to Italian mycobiota. 103: 319–328. 2008.

ABSTRACT: Postia ptychogaster is reported from Italy for the first time. It was collected on a dead rotten trunk of Abies alba in a natural park, and was associated with a brown cubical rot. This species is well characterized by basidiomes closely associated with a typical Ptychogaster anamorphic stage forming large conidiomata. A full description, including photographs of both basidiomes and conidiomata and line drawings of microscopic characters, is provided.

KEYWORDS: biodiversity, wood-inhabiting fungi, chlamydospores, conidial stage, Oligoporus

Degreef, J. & A. De Kesel. Chalciporus africanus, a new bolete species from Africa. 103: 229–335. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new bolete species, Chalciporus africanus, has been discovered in the rain forest of Cameroon. It is the first representative of its genus to be described from the African continent.

KEYWORDS: Boletales, taxonomy

Baroni, T.J., N. Bocsusis, D.J. Lodge & D.L. Lindner. A new species of Pleurocollybia (Tricholomataceae; Agaricales; Basidiomycetes) from Belize. 103: 353–363. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new species, Pleurocollybia imbricata, is described from the Maya Mountains of Belize and a new combination in Pleurocollybia is proposed. A key to the known species of Pleurocollybia is also provided.

Keywords—agarics, Doyle’s Delight, siderophilous inclusions, taxonomy

Li, Tai-Hui, Chun-Ying Deng & Bin Song. A distinct species of Cordyceps on coleopterous larvae hidden in twigs. 103: 365–369. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new distinct caterpillar fungus Cordyceps neosuperficialis is formally described. Its ascomata grow on coleopterous larvae hidden in small woody twigs and possess obviously superficial perithecia. It was discovered in the Dinghushan Biosphere Reserve, Guangdong Province, China. The holotype (GDGM 24809) is deposited in the Herbarium of Guangdong Institute of Microbiology (GDGM), Guangzhou.

KEYWORDS: Ascomycetes, Clavicipitaceae, Coleoptera, new species

Lin, Qun Ying, Tai Hui Li & Bin Song. Cordyceps guangdongensis sp. nov. from China. 103: 371–376. 2008.

ABSTRACT: A new species of Cordyceps discovered in Guangdong of China, Cordyceps guangdongensis, is formally introduced. The fungus grows on Elaphomyces sp. in a broadleaf forest. The closest species is C. japonica, but these are different in sizes of perithecia and part spores, and with only 93.9% sequence similarity of ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region. The holotype is deposited in the Herbarium of Microbiology Institute of Guangdong Province.

KEYWORDS: Ascomycetes, Clavicipitaceae, mycogenous fungi

Deng, Wang-Qiu, Tai-Hui Li & Ya-Heng Shen. A study of the types and additional materials of Clitocybe pseudophyllophila and Clitocybe subcandicans. 103: 377–382. 2008.

ABSTRACT: The holotypes and additional materials of Clitocybe pseudophyllophila and C. subcandicans, originally described from China in 1985, were critically restudied. New evidence proved that they should be placed under Clitopilus for their pinkish basidiospores with longitudinal ridges. All re-examined specimens labeled as C. pseudophyllophila and C. subcandicans were identical to Clitopilus crispus.

KEYWORDS: Agaricales, taxonomy, revision
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