Czech Mycology 53(2): 121–131             Article published: 20th February, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53201


Notes on taxonomy and distribution of Aphyllophorales I.

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Two new species of corticioid Aphyllophorales (Basidiomycetes) are described. Thanatephorus brevisporus Pouz. is a species closeto T. fusisporus (J. Schröt.) Hauerslev et P. Roberts, differing however in shorter, morerounded spores, known from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine, growing on rotten wood of broad-leaved trees. Dendrothele wojewodae Pouz. is close to D. acerina (Pers.: Fr.) P. A. Lemke, but is distinct by its subglobose spores. It is known from the Czech Republic and Ukraine, from bark of living trees of Acer pseudoplatanus.

Keywords:     Aphyllophorales, Corticiaceae s.l., new species, Thanatephorus brevisporus Pouz., Dendrothele wojewodae Pouz.

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Pouzar Z. (2001): Notes on taxonomy and distribution of Aphyllophorales I. – Czech Mycology 53(2): 121–131. copy to clipboard

doi: 10.33585/cmy.53201

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