Czech Mycology 67(2): 241–247             Article published online: 6th November, 2015 doi: 10.33585/cmy.67207

KOUKOL O., KUBÁTOVÁ A.

New European records of basidiomycete Burgoa anomala from coniferous litter and sediment in underground tunnel.

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Abstract

Burgoa anomala is a peculiar microscopic basidiomycete not forming any basidiocarps in its life cycle, but producing conspicuous multicellular structures (bulbils) and clamp connections on its mycelium. So far, this saprotroph has sporadically been found mainly on different woody substrates but the overall knowledge of its ecology and distribution is yet sparse due to its rarity. Our records from pine needle litter and sediment in an underground tunnel are only the second and third finds in Europe and the first from these habitats. The identification of this fungus was based on a combination of phenotypic and molecular (ITS rDNA sequence) data. Morphological characteristics and data on its growth between 5–30 °C on selected agar media are presented and discussed.


Keywords:     ecophysiology, anamorphic Agaricomycotina, Cantharellales, Sistotrema

Article history: received 29 June 2015, revised 27 October 2015, accepted 28 October 2015, published online 6 November 2015

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Koukol O., Kubátová A. (2015): New European records of basidiomycete Burgoa anomala from coniferous litter and sediment in underground tunnel. – Czech Mycology 67(2): 241–247. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.67207

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