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Políporos(Basidiomycota)em remanescentes de Mata Atlântica Sensu Stricto no Rio Grande do Sul,Brasil

Reck, Mateus Arduvino
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
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Este trabalho apresenta um total de 65 espécies de políporos, encontradas em remanescentes florestais de Mata Atlântica, litoral norte do estado do Rio Grande do Sul, nos municípios de Dom Pedro de Alcântara, Mampituba, Morrinhos do Sul e Torres, em coletas realizadas entre os meses de março de 2007 e fevereiro de 2008. 11 espécies são descritas e ilustradas: Coriolopsis polyzona (Pers.) Ryvarden, Ganoderma neurosporum J.F. Furtado, Ganoderma oerstedii (Fr.) Torrend, Grammothele fuligo (Berk. & Broome) Ryvarden, Grammothele lineata Berk. & M.A. Curtis, Grammothele subargentea (Speg.) Rajchenb., Microporellus iguazuensis Rajchenb., Phellinus undulatus (Murrill) Ryvarden, Trametes cotonea (Pat. & Har.) Ryvarden., Trametes lactinea (Berk.) Sacc. e Trametes pavonia (Hook.) Ryvarden. M. iguazuensis, uma interessante espécie estipitada descrita para Iguazú, na Argentina, tem seu segundo registro para a ciência e o primeiro para o Brasil. T. cotonea e T. lactinea também são citadas pela primeira vez para o País. C. polyzona, G. neurosporum, G. oerstedii, G. fuligo, P. undulatus e T. pavonia são citadas pela primeira vez para o território do Rio Grande do Sul. Uma chave de identificação para as espécies de Grammothele Berk. & M.A. Curtis...

Aspectos sobre a ecologia e taxonomia de fungos poliporoides (Basidiomycota) da Mata Atlântica de Santa Catarina, Brasil

Silva, Marco Antonio Borba da
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: 66 p.| il., grafs., tabs.
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Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Ciências Biológicas, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia de Fungos, Algas e Plantas, Florianópolis, 2013.; Políporos é um dos principais grupos de fungos decompositores de madeira, contudo, o conhecimento sobre sua diversidade ainda é escasso. Em Santa Catarina, a sinopse sobre a diversidade dos macromicetos apresenta 247 espécies de fungos, destas, 143 são poliporoides, principalmente da região insular. Para a continuidade e o avanço do conhecimento sobre a diversidade de fungos poliporoides que ocorrem na Mata Atlântica de Santa Catarina, foram estudados aspectos sobre a ecologia de comunidades fúngicas, particularmente de uma área pouco explorada, bem como um complexo taxonômico que ocorre na região. Primeiramente foi avaliada e caracterizada a comunidade de políporos em uma área de Floresta Ombrófila Densa do Parque Nacional da Serra do Itajaí, em termos de riqueza, abundância e funcionalidade. Entre os 152 espécimes coletados 58 espécies foram identificadas. Polyporus dictyopus, Perenniporia martia e Fuscoporia walhbergii foram as espécies dominantes. Com base nas frequências relativas nos diferentes tipos e substratos foram encontrados cinco grupos funcionais...

Wood-decaying Agaricomycetes (Basidiomycota, Fungi): new records for the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil

Gerlach,Alice da Cruz Lima; Campos-Santana,Marisa de; Gutjahr,Márcio; Loguercio-Leite,Clarice
Fonte: Sociedade Botânica do Brasil Publicador: Sociedade Botânica do Brasil
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In this study, we identified six polyporoid species of Agaricomycetes: Abundisporus roseoalbus, Fuscocerrena portoricensis, Oligoporus caesius, Antrodiella duracina, Inocutis jamaicensis and Inonotus venezuelicus. All of these represent new records for the state of Santa Catarina, located in southern Brazil. For Brazil as a whole, this is the second record of O. caesius.

Polypores from a Brazilian pine forest in Southern Brazil: pileate species

Silveira,Rosa Mara B. da; Reck,Mateus A.; Graf,Letícia V.; Sá,Flávia Nogueira de
Fonte: Instituto de Botânica Publicador: Instituto de Botânica
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A fungal survey in the National Forest of São Francisco de Paula, in southern Brazil, displayed 38 pileate polypores species (eight Hymenochaetales and 30 Polyporales). Amauroderma coltricioides T.W. Henkel, Aime & Ryvarden and Inonotus fulvomelleus Murrill are recorded for the fist time from Brazil, whereas Antrodiella multipileata Log.-Leite & J.E. Wright and Junghuhnia minuta I. Lindblad & Ryvarden are new records to Rio Grande do Sul State. Keys to species and remarks on the taxa are presented.

Polypores from Morro Santana, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Westphalen,Mauro Carpes; Reck,Mateus Arduvino; Silveira,Rosa Mara Borges da
Fonte: Instituto de Botânica Publicador: Instituto de Botânica
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In the survey of polypores from Morro Santana, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, accomplished from March 2007 to March 2009, 44 species were identified. Identification keys and remarks about all the species are given. Full descriptions and illustrations of Datronia caperata, Junghuhnia polycystidifera, Oxyporus obducens, Phellinus umbrinellus, Phylloporia frutica and Tinctoporellus epimiltinus are presented. Tinctoporellus epimiltinus is a new records from Rio Grande do Sul.

Pileate polypores from Araucaria Forests in Southern Brazil

Westphalen,Mauro Carpes; Silveira,Rosa Mara Borges da
Fonte: Instituto de Botânica Publicador: Instituto de Botânica
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During a survey of polypores in the municipality of São Francisco de Paula, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil, 20 pileate species previously unregistered for the area were found and identified. Antrodia malicola, Coltricia aff. duportii, and Microporellus brasiliensis are new records for Rio Grande do Sul State. Comments on the 20 newly recorded species and an identification key for the studied area are presented.

Differentiation and grouping of isolates of the Ganoderma lucidum complex by random amplified polymorphic DNA-PCR compared with grouping on the basis of internal transcribed spacer sequences.

Hseu, R S; Wang, H H; Wang, H F; Moncalvo, J M
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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Laccate polypores of the Ganoderma lucidum species complex are widespread white rot fungi of economic importance, but isolates cannot be identified by traditional taxonomic methods. Parsimony analysis of nucleotide sequences from the internal transcribed spacers (ITS) of the ribosomal gene (rDNA) distinguished six lineages in this species complex. Each ITS lineage may represent one or more putative species. While some isolates have identical ITS sequences, all of them could be clearly differentiated by genetic fingerprinting using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). To investigate the suitability of RAPD markers for taxonomic identification and grouping of isolates of the G. lucidum complex, RAPD fragments (RAPDs) were used as phenotypic characters in numerical and parsimony analyses. Results show that data from RAPDS do not distinguish the same clades as ITS data do. Groupings based on analysis of RAPD data were very sensitive to the choice of the grouping method used, and no consistent grouping of isolates could be proposed. However, analysis with RAPDs did resolve several robust terminal clades containing putatively conspecific isolates, suggesting that RAPDs might be helpful for systematics at the lower taxonomic levels that are unresolved by ITS sequence data. The limitations of RAPDs for systematics are briefly discussed. The conclusion of this study is that ITS sequences can be used to identify isolates of the G. lucidum complex...

Diversity of Basidiomycetes in Michigan Agricultural Soils▿

Lynch, Michael D. J.; Thorn, R. Greg
Fonte: American Society for Microbiology Publicador: American Society for Microbiology
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We analyzed the communities of soil basidiomycetes in agroecosystems that differ in tillage history at the Kellogg Biological Station Long-Term Ecological Research site near Battle Creek, Michigan. The approach combined soil DNA extraction through a bead-beating method modified to increase recovery of fungal DNA, PCR amplification with basidiomycete-specific primers, cloning and restriction fragment length polymorphism screening of mixed PCR products, and sequencing of unique clones. Much greater diversity was detected than was anticipated in this habitat on the basis of culture-based methods or surveys of fruiting bodies. With “species” defined as organisms yielding PCR products with ≥99% identity in the 5′ 650 bases of the nuclear large-subunit ribosomal DNA, 241 “species” were detected among 409 unique basidiomycete sequences recovered. Almost all major clades of basidiomycetes from basidiomycetous yeasts and other heterobasidiomycetes through polypores and euagarics (gilled mushrooms and relatives) were represented, with a majority from the latter clade. Only 24 of 241 “species” had 99% or greater sequence similarity to named reference sequences in GenBank, and several clades with multiple “species” could not be identified at the genus level by phylogenetic comparisons with named sequences. The total estimated “species” richness for this 11.2-ha site was 367 “species” of basidiomycetes. Since >99% of the study area has not been sampled...

Hot spots, indicator taxa, complementarity and optimal networks of taiga.

Virolainen, K M; Ahlroth, P; Hyvärinen, E; Korkeamäki, E; Mattila, J; Päiivinen, J; Rintala, T; Suomi, T; Suhonen, J
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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If hot spots for different taxa coincide, priority-setting surveys in a region could be carried out more cheaply by focusing on indicator taxa. Several previous studies show that hot spots of different taxa rarely coincide. However, in tropical areas indicator taxa may be used in selecting complementary networks to represent biodiversity as a whole. We studied beetles (Coleoptera), Heteroptera, polypores or bracket fungi (Polyporaceae) and vascular plants of old growth boreal taiga forests. Optimal networks for Heteroptera maximized the high overall species richness of beetles and vascular plants, but these networks were least favourable options for polypores. Polypores are an important group indicating the conservation value of old growth taiga forests. Random selection provided a better option. Thus, certain groups may function as good indicators for maximizing the overall species richness of some taxonomic groups, but all taxa should be examined separately.

The First Report of Antrodia sitchensis (Polyporaceae, Basidiomycota) in Korea

Jang, Yeongseon; Choi, Ha Eun; Lim, Young Woon; Lee, Jin Sung; Kim, Jae-Jin
Fonte: The Korean Society of Mycology Publicador: The Korean Society of Mycology
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An unrecorded Antrodia species was collected in South Korea and based on morphological characteristics, the species was identified as Antrodia sitchensis. To confirm its affinity within the polypores, the phylogenetic relationships of A. sitchensis and allied species were established using large subunit rDNA sequences.

Clarification of the Concept of Ganoderma orbiforme with High Morphological Plasticity

Wang, Dong-Mei; Wu, Sheng-Hua; Yao, Yi-Jian
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Ganoderma has been considered a very difficult genus among the polypores to classify and is currently in a state of taxonomic chaos. In a study of Ganoderma collections including numerous type specimens, we found that six species namely G. cupreum, G. densizonatum, G. limushanense, G. mastoporum, G. orbiforme, G. subtornatum, and records of G. fornicatum from Mainland China and Taiwan are very similar to one another in basidiocarp texture, pilear cuticle structure, context color, pore color and basidiospore characteristics. Further, we sequenced the nrDNA ITS region (ITS1 and ITS2) and partial mtDNA SSU region of the studied materials, and performed phylogenetic analyses based on these sequence data. The nrDNA ITS sequence analysis results show that the eight nrDNA ITS sequences derived from this study have single-nucleotide polymorphisms in ITS1 and/or ITS2 at inter- and intra-individual levels. In the nrDNA ITS phylogenetic trees, all the sequences from this study are grouped together with those of G. cupreum and G. mastoporum retrieved from GenBank to form a distinct clade. The mtDNA SSU sequence analysis results reveal that the five mtDNA SSU sequences derived from this study are clustered together with those of G. cupreum retrieved from GenBank and also form a distinct clade in the mtDNA SSU phylogenetic trees. Based on morphological and molecular data...

Wood Decay Fungi in South Korea: Polypores from Seoul

Jang, Yeongseon; Jang, Seokyoon; Lee, Jaejung; Lee, Hwanhwi; Lee, Hanbyul; Lee, Young Min; Hong, Joo-Hyun; Min, Mihee; Lim, Young Woon; Kim, Changmu; Kim, Jae-Jin
Fonte: The Korean Society of Mycology Publicador: The Korean Society of Mycology
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In Seoul, a majority of plant communities have undergone significant changes over the last few decades; however, how wood decay fungi have responded and adapted to the changes in vegetation remains unknown. Through an ongoing investigation of Korean indigenous fungi, ca. 300 specimens with poroid basidiocarp were collected in Seoul during 2008~2012. Morphological examination and molecular analysis using the internal transcribed spacer and nuclear large subunit ribosomal DNA region sequences helped identify 38 species belonging to 28 genera, 10 families, and 5 orders in this area. Among them, three polypores, Abundisporus pubertatis, Coriolopsis strumosa, and Perenniporia maackiae were found to be new to South Korea.

Taxonomy and multi-gene phylogeny of Datronia(Polyporales, Basidiomycota)

Li, H.J.; Cui, B.K.; Dai, Y.C.
Fonte: Naturalis Biodiversity Center & Centraallbureau voor Schimmelcultures Publicador: Naturalis Biodiversity Center & Centraallbureau voor Schimmelcultures
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Taxonomic and phylogenetic studies on Datronia were carried out. Phylogeny based on ITS, nLSU and RBP2 regions revealed that Datronia in current sense includes species belonging to three distantly related clades in polypores. The Datronia in a restricted sense is proposed for the clade including the type species D. mollis and D. stereoides. Neodatronia gen. nov. was proposed for two new resupinate species, N. gaoligongensis and N. sinensis. Species of Neodatronia differ from Datronia s.s. by their resupinate basidiomes, moderately to frequently branched skeletal hyphae in subiculum. Datroniella gen. nov., typified by D. scutellata was proposed for species in the other clade. Four new species of Datroniella, D. melanocarpa, D. subtropica, D. tibetica and D. tropica, were identified. Species of Datroniella differ from Datronia s.s. by their moderately to frequently branched skeletal hyphae in context and absence of dendrohyphidia. While, differentiate from Neodatronia by their small pileate, effused-reflexed or rarely resupinate basidiomes and absence of dendrohyphidia. Illustrated descriptions of the new species and two new genera are provided. The main morphological differences between Datronia, Datroniella, Neodatronia and related genera are discussed...

Fungal strain matters: colony growth and bioactivity of the European medicinal polypores Fomes fomentarius, Fomitopsis pinicola and Piptoporus betulinus

Dresch, Philipp; D´Aguanno, Maria Nives; Rosam, Katharina; Grienke, Ulrike; Rollinger, Judith Maria; Peintner, Ursula
Fonte: Springer Berlin Heidelberg Publicador: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Polypores have been applied in traditional Chinese medicine up to the present day, and are becoming more and more popular worldwide. They show a wide range of bioactivities including anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and immuno-enhancing effects. Their secondary metabolites have been the focus of many studies, but the importance of fungal strain for bioactivity and metabolite production has not been investigated so far for these Basidiomycetes. Therefore, we screened several strains from three medicinal polypore species from traditional European medicine: Fomes fomentarius, Fomitopsis pinicola and Piptoporus betulinus. A total of 22 strains were compared concerning their growth rates, optimum growth temperatures, as well as antimicrobial and antifungal properties of ethanolic fruit body extracts. The morphological identification of strains was confirmed based on rDNA ITS phylogenetic analyses. Our results showed that species delimitation is critical due to the presence of several distinct lineages, e.g. within the Fomes fomentarius species complex. Fungal strains within one lineage showed distinct differences in optimum growth temperatures, in secondary metabolite production, and accordingly, in their bioactivities. In general...

Taxonomic Study of the Genus Abundisporus in Korea

Jargalmaa, Suldbold; Park, Myung Soo; Park, Jae Young; Fong, Jonathan J.; Jang, Yeongseon; Lim, Young Woon
Fonte: The Korean Society of Mycology Publicador: The Korean Society of Mycology
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The polypore genus Abundisporus Ryvarden is characterized by resupinate to pileate fruitbodies with a purplish brown hymenophore, slightly thick-walled, pale yellowish and non-dextrinoid basidiospores, and causing white rot. A purple color hymenophore, an easily observable and striking character, was considered the main distinctive feature at the generic level within polypores. However, due to highly similar basidiocarp features, species identification within these purple polypores is particularly difficult. Three species of purple colored polypores have been reported in Korea (Abundisporus fuscopurpureus, A. pubertatis, and Fomitopsis rosea). Based on morphological re-examination, ecological information, and sequence analysis of the internal transcribed spacer, we showed that previous classification was incorrect and there is only one species (A. pubertatis) in Korea. We provide a detailed description of A. pubertatis in Korea, as well as a taxonomic key to distinguish wood rot fungi with a purple hymenophore.

New records of lignocellulolytic basidiomycetes (Fungi): Parque Estadual da Serra do Tabuleiro (P.E.S.T.), Santa Catarina, Brazil; .

Loguercio-Leite, Clarice; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Michels, Josué; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Baltazar, Juliano Marcon; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina,
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7925.2008v21n3p7In a recent survey on lignolicolous basidiomycetes in the State Park of Serra do Tabuleiro (Santa Catarina, Brazil), 27 previously unrecorded species of polypores were collected, namely Antrodia albida, Ceriporiopsis pannocincta, Coriolopsis rigida, Fomitiporia flavomarginata, F. punctata, F. undulata, Fuscoporia callimorpha, F. ferrea, F. punctatiformis, Hexagonia hydnoides, Junghuhnia undigera, Megasporoporia cavernulosa, M.setulosa, Pachykytospora papyracea, Perenniporia medulla-panis, P. ohiensis, P. stipitata, Phellinus allardii, P. bambusarum, P. cesatii, P. melanodermus, Phylloporia chrysita, Polyporus leprieurii, Rigidoporus lineatus,Schizopora fl avipora, S. paradoxa and Trametes socotrana.; In a recent survey on lignolicolous basidiomycetes in the State Park of Serra do Tabuleiro (Santa Catarina, Brazil), 27 previously unrecorded species of polypores were collected, namely Antrodia albida, Ceriporiopsispannocincta, Coriolopsis rigida, Fomitiporia fl avomarginata, F. punctata, F. undulata, Fuscoporia callimorpha, F. ferrea, F. punctatiformis, Hexagonia hydnoides, Junghuhnia undigera, Megasporoporia cavernulosa, M.setulosa, Pachykytospora papyracea, Perenniporia medulla-panis, P. ohiensis...

Revisão histórica sobre fungos poliporóides (Aphyllophorales) xilófilos de Santa Catarina, Brasil; An historical review about polypores fungi (Aphyllophorales) in the Santa Catarina state (south-Brazil)

Loguercio-Leite, Clarice; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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Publicado em 01/01/1990 Português
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Este trabalho trata de uma revisão histórica sobre fungos, com ênfase aos políporos (Aphyllophorales), degradadores de madeira no Estado de Santa Catarina, incluindo a primeira contribuição de Adalberto de Chamisso em 1815, até as duas realizadas contemporaneamente por Furlani (1988) e Loguercio Leite (1990).; An historical review about fungi in the Santa Catarina State (South-Brazil), with emphasis in wood-inhabiting polypores (Aphyllophorales) is presented. This review inclues the first contribution of Adalberto de Chamisso in 1815, besides two contemporaneous surveys (Furlani, 1988; Loguercio Leite, 1990) from Santa Catarina Island.

Novidades taxonômicas em Digitaria Haller (Poaceae) e novas citações para o gênero no Brasil; Taxonomic novelties in Digitaria Haller (Poaceae) and new citations for the genus in the Brazil

Canto-Dorow, Thais Scotti do; Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, RS; Longhi-Wagner, Hilda Maria; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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A revisão do gênero Digitaria Haller para o Brasil (Canto-Dorow 2001) revelou duas novas variedades aqui descritas e ilustradas: D. connivens (Trin.) Henrard var. pilosa e D. cuyabensis (Trin.) Parodi var. glabrescens. Alan disto, sdo apresentados tres s novos registros para o pais, D. enodis (Hack. ex Arechay.) Parodi, D. queenslandica Henrard e D. ternata (A. Rich) Stapf.; The survey of mycodiversity of xylophilous polypores on the Unidade de Conservação Ambiental Desterro (UCAD), Santa Catarina Island, SC, Brazil, resulted on the identification of 31 species distributed in the families Fistulinaceae Maire (1), Ganodermataceae (Donk) Donk (3), Hericiaceae Donk (1), Hymenochaetaceae Donk (5), Polyporaceae Corda (20) and Corticiaceae Herter (1). The species Fistulina hepatica, Phellinus melanodermus, Ceriporiopsis cystidiata, Perenniporia martius and Dichomitus citricremeus are new citations for Santa Catarina State. Pyrofomes fulvoumbrinus and Tyromyces tephrus are recorded for the first time to Santa Catarina Island. All species found are new citations to UCAD, except Wrightoporia avellanea. This work presents a key for identification for the studied species, descriptions, remarks and ilustrations for the new citations.

Fungos xilófilos poróides (Aphyllophorales) no Morro da Lagoa da Conceição, Ilha de Santa Catarina, SC, Brasil; Polypores xylophilous (Aphyllophorales) on the Lagoa da Conceição Hill, Santa Catarina Island, SC, Brasil

Gerber, Alexandra Lehmkuhl; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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O levantamento micológico dos xilófilos poróides (Aphyllophorales) no Morro da Lagoa da Conceição, Ilha de Santa Catarina, levou à identificação de 33 espécies pertencentes às famílias Ganodermataceae Donk (4), Hymenochaetaceae Donk (7) e Polyporaceae Corda (22). As espécies Phellinus allardii (Bres.) Ahmad, P. rhabarbarinus (Berk.) Cunn., Flaviporus subhydrophilus (Speg.) Rajch. & Wright, Pachykytospora papyracea (Schw.) Ryv., Polyporus infernalis Berk., Rigidoporus ulmarius (Sow. ex Fr.) Imazeki e Tyromyces leucomallus (Berk. & Curt.) Murr. são novas citações para o Estado de Santa Catarina; Ganoderma annularis (Fr.) Gilbn. e Flaviporus brownei (Humb.) Donk são novas citações para a Ilha de Santa Catarina.; The mycological survey of polypores xylophilous (Aphyllophorales) on the Lagoa da Conceição Hill Santa Catarina Island resulted on the identification of 33 species belonging to the families Ganodermataceae Donk (4), Hymenochaetaceae Donk (7) & Polyporaceae Corda (22). The species Phellinus allartlii (Bres.) Ahmad, P. rhabarbarinus (Berk.) Cunn., Flaviporus subhydrophilus (Speg.) Rajch. & Wright, Pachykytospora papyracea (Schw.) Ryv., Polyporus infernalis Berk., Rigidoporus ulmarius (Sow. ex Fr.) Imazeki e Tyromyces leucomallus (Berk. & Curt.) Murr. are new citations for Santa Catarina State. Ganoderma annularis (Fr.) Gílbn. and Flaviporus brownei (Humb.) Donk are new citations for Santa Catarina Island.

Biodiversidade de fungos poróides xilófilos (Basidiomycetes), na Unidade de Conservação Ambiental Desterro (UCAD), Ilha de Santa Catarina, SC, Brasil; Biodiversity of xylophylous polypores fungi (Basidiomycetes) on the "Unidade de Conservação Ambiental Desterro" (UCAD), Santa Catarina Island, SC, Brazil

Gonçalves, Gustavo Vernet de Costa; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Loguercio-Leite, Clarice; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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0 levantamento da micodiversidade de xilófilos poróides na Unidade de Conservação Ambiental Desterro (UCAD), Ilha de Santa Catarina, SC, Brasil, resultou na identificação de 31 espécies distribuídas nas famílias Fistulinaceae Maire (1), Ganodermataceae (Donk) Donk (3), Hericiaceae Donk (1), Hymenochaetaceae Donk (5), Polyporaceae Corda (20) e Corticiaceae Herter (1). As espécies Fistulina hepatica, Phellinus melanodermus, Ceriporiopsis cystidiata, Perenniporia martius e Dichomitus citricremeus são novas citações para o Estado de Santa Catarina. Pyrofomes fulvoumbrinus e Tyromyces tephrus são citados pela primeira vez para a Ilha de Santa Catarina. Todas as espécies encontradas são novas citações para a UCAD, exceto Wrightoporia avellanea. Este trabalho inclui uma chave para identificação das espécies, bem como descrições, comentários e ilustrações das novas citações; The survey of mycodiversity of xylophilous polypores on the Unidade de Conservação Ambiental Desterro (UCAD), Santa Catarina Island, SC, Brazil, resulted on the identification of 31 species distributed in the families Fistulinaceae Maire (1), Ganodermataceae (Donk) Donk (3), Hericiaceae Donk (1), Hymenochaetaceae Donk (5), Polyporaceae Corda (20) and Corticiaceae Herter (1). The species Fistulina hepatica...