Czech Mycology 69(2): 205–219             Article published online: 12th December, 2017 doi: 10.33585/cmy.69207

KAUR G., KAUR P., SINGH A. P., DHINGRA G. S.

New records of resupinate, non-poroid agaricomycetous fungi from India.

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Abstract

Nine species of corticioid fungi are newly reported from India. Amethicium luteoincrustatum, Athelidium aurantiacum, Dendrothele commixta, Erythricium hypnophilum, Gloeodontia columbiensis, Peniophorella incrustatissima, Scytinostroma ahmadii, S. corneri and Tretomyces lutescens are described and illustrated, based on collections made from different localities of Punjab and the adjoining area of Chandigarh.


Keywords:     Basidiomycota, Agaricomycetes, corticioid fungi, wood-rotting fungi, Punjab

Article history: received 18 August 2017, revised 27 October 2017, accepted 4 November 2017, published online 12 December 2017

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Kaur G., Kaur P., Singh A. P., Dhingra G. S. (2017): New records of resupinate, non-poroid agaricomycetous fungi from India. – Czech Mycology 69(2): 205–219. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.69207

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