Czech Mycology 60(1): 1–11             Article published: 4th July, 2008 doi: 10.33585/cmy.60101

TOMŠOVSKÝ M.

Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic position of Trametes cervina and description of a new genus Trametopsis.

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Abstract

Trametes cervina (Schwein.) Bres. differs from other species of the genus by remarkable morphological characters (shape of pores, hyphal system). Moreover, an earlier published comparison of the DNA sequences within the genus revealed considerable differences between this species and the remaining European members of the genus Trametes. These results were now confirmed using sequences of nuclear LSU and mitochondrial SSU regions of ribosomal DNA. The most related species of Trametes cervina are Ceriporiopsis aneirina and C. resinascens. According to these facts, the new genus Trametopsis Tomšovský is described and the new combination Trametopsis cervina (Schwein.) Tomšovský is proposed.


Keywords:     Trametopsis, Trametes, ribosomal DNA, polypore, taxonomy

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Tomšovský M. (2008): Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic position of Trametes cervina and description of a new genus Trametopsis. – Czech Mycology 60(1): 1–11. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.60101

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