4 edition of genus Aleurodiscus (Basidiomycotina) found in the catalog.
genus Aleurodiscus (Basidiomycotina)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-161) and index.
|Statement||M. Núñez and L. Ryvarden.|
|Series||Synopsis fungorum -- 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
Aleurodiscus lividocoeruleus (P. Karst.) P.A. Lemke, Canadian Journal of Botany 42 (2): () [MB#]. Records of Aleurodiscus wakefieldiae (Pink Disco): 1: Aleurodiscus wakefieldiae (Pink Disco) 7 Dec OSGR: SU30 50° 50’ N, 1° 30’ W Vice County: South Hants (VC 11) England on fallen, soft-rotten Beech twig.
Aleurodiscus gigasporus sp. nov. is characterized by ornamented, broadly ellipsoid basidiospores () x (),um, abundant acanthophyses, rare monilioid gloeocystidia 6,tm diam, and hyphae with clamp connections. It has been collected on Keteleeria davidiana. Aleurodiscus subglo-. The mushroom genus Gomphus is represented by four species in the Pacific Northwest. Gomphus is placed in the family Gomphaceae and is typified by often gregarious to ceaspitose habit, gross scales on the cap surface, and wrinkled hymenium. Gomphus bonarii (Morse) Singer, a strategy 3 .
Order book: Synopsis Fungorum Details: 52 pages, published 14th December Price: NOK included worldwide postage Synopsis Fungorum Three new corticioid species (Basidiomycota) from the Caucasus region. Notes: Basidia 4-spored. Spores: large, ellipsoid, /µm, with long, cylindrical, amyloid spines up to 2µm long, and one to several large oil drops, and small, strongly amyloid, plage at base of non-amyloid apiculus.
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Aleurodiscus is a genus of corticioid fungi in the family Stereaceae. Species. aberrans; A. abietis; A.
amorphus; A. atlanticus; A. aurantius; A. australiensisClass: Agaricomycetes. Order book: Synopsis Fungorum 12 The genus Aleurodiscus By: Nuñez, M. & L. Ryvarden Details: pages, published 5 April Price: NOK included worldwide postage Abstract: 71 species of Aleurocystidiellum and Aleurodiscus s.
lato are described and illustrated, mainly on basis of types or authentic specimens. Aleurodiscus grantii is genus Aleurodiscus book species of fungus in the family in the Pacific Northwest region of North America and in Japan, it was described as new to science by mycologist Curtis Gates Lloyd in He remarked "Formed of little convex sporophores with free but not raised margin, growing caespitose on bark.
Microscopic characters as in A. : Stereaceae. The genus Aleurodiscus s.l. (Stereaceae, Russulales) in the Patagonian Andes Article (PDF Available) in Mycological Progress 12(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Aleurodiscus oakesii is an unusual mushroom that grows on living trees but isn’t considered a parasite.
The fungus decomposes the outer layer of hardwood tree bark. This doesn’t harm the bark but does cause smooth patches (thus the name “Smooth Patch Disease”). Núñez, M.; Ryvarden, L. The genus Aleurodiscus (Basidiomycotina). Synopsis Fungorum. The genus Aleurodiscus s.l.
in Patagonia is revised and ten species are reported, commented on, and illustrated. Aleurodiscus bernicchiae, A.
corticola, A. hallenbergii, A. quilae, and A. stratosus, are proposed as new. Aleurodiscus parmuliformis is recorded for the first time out of New Zealand. A key to the species of Aleurodiscus from Patagonia is by: 8.
Aleurodiscus oakesii [ Basidiomycetes > Russulales > Stereaceae > Aleurodiscus by Michael Kuo. If your vision is as bad as mine, it's easier to see Aleurodiscus oakesii, which measures only a few millimeters across, from 20 feet away; it creates smooth patches in the bark of hardwood trees--especially the bark of fact, when I wrote this site's page for white oak three years ago.
Aleurodiscus wakefieldiae causes a disorder referred to as "white bark disease" or "smooth patch disease" because of the manner in which it digests the outer bark of the tree. As the deeply furrowed outer bark is digested, large areas of the bark appear smoother and lighter in color as in Figures The fungus is not considered a parasite.
A new genus, Neoaleurodiscus, is proposed as a segregate from Aleurodiscus (Basidiomycota), and the new species, Neoaleurodiscus fujii, is described. It was collected at the timberline of Mount.
Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Aleurodiscus wakefieldiae -- Discover Life. OA by Peter Suber (book) Knowledge Unbound by Peter Suber (book) OA and the humanities by Martin Paul Eve (book) The Battle for Open by Martin Weller (book) DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals.
Núñez M. and Ryvarden L. “The genus Aleurodiscus (Basidiomycotina).” Synopsis Fungorum, Ostrow H. and Dämmrich F. Aleurodiscus gigasporus (Russulales) produces the largest basidiospores on record. The maximum dimensions of the spores, 34 × 28 µm, correspond to a volume of 14 pL and to an estimated mass of 17 ng.
The smallest recorded basidiospores are produced by Hyphodontia latitans (Hymenochaetales). Minimum spore dimensions in this species, × Cited by: Aleurodiscus oakesii, the oak parchment, cause of "smooth patch disease".
Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for April Please click for the rest of Tom Volk's pages on fungi As I write this in early April, it's just getting to be Spring here in Wisconsin, and mushroom pickin's are slim. among species of Aleurodiscus s.l. (Boidin and Lan- quetin b).
Aleurodiscus s.l. includes species with highly varied characters, which is why many mycologists are not willing to accept Aleurodiscus as a single genus. More- over, the characters used for separating different groups in Aleurodiscus s.l. are not congruent.
For ex. Aleurodiscus amorphus Rabenh jpg 2, × 2,; MB Tremella mycophaga Martin jpg 1, × ; KB Tremella mycophaga Martin. This page was last edited on 26 Octoberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
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datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Aleurodiscus amorphus (Pers.) J.
Schröt. In many cases the smooth patch is being caused by fungi in the genus Dendrothele rather than Aleurodiscus and I highly recommend looking at the Dendrothelespecies as a more common cause of smooth patch and bark rot.
Dendrothele species have a much wider host range and appear to. Aleurodiscus Rabenh. ex J. Schröt. (a genus of basidiomycete fungi) This website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike International Licence.
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Aleurodiscus cremeus Burt (), (= Aleurodiscus burtii); Stereaceae Aleurodiscus cremicolor Hjortstam & Ryvarden (); Stereaceae Aleurodiscus croceus Pat.Genus Aleurodiscus (1ALDSG) Children.
Aleurodiscus amorphus (ALDSAM) Aleurodiscus aurantius (ALDSAU) Aleurodiscus phragmitis (ALDSPH) is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information from this project subsequently included in the EPPO Global Database.datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.
Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Aleurodiscus aurantius (Pers.) J. Schröt.