Czech Mycology 73(1): 45–58             Article published online: 25th February, 2021 doi: 10.33585/cmy.73104

PRYDIUK M. P., LOMBERG M. L.

First record of Coprinopsis strossmayeri (Psathyrellaceae) in Ukraine: morphological and cultural features.

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Abstract

The article presents data on the first record of the rare wood-rotting species of the Coprinopsis strossmayeri aggregate in Ukraine. A full description of its macro- and micromorphological features as well as an original drawing are provided. Morphological characters and data on mycelial growth on different agar media are reported. The growth optimum was observed on compost agar medium. Mycelial colonies of C. strossmayeri are white, cottony, very dense with fluffy aerial mycelium growing in concentric zones. Colonies have a characteristic yellow pigmentation and stain the agar yellowish. Microscopic features of vegetative mycelia are described. In the mycelium of C. strossmayeri, spherical structures inside storage hyphae, clamp connections, anastomoses, chlamydospores, and crystals on hyphae were observed.


Keywords:     Basidiomycetes, Agaricales, SEM, mycelium, morphological characteristics, growth rate.

Article history: received 27 October 2020, revised 15 January 2021, accepted 19 January 2021, published online 25 February 2021

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Prydiuk M. P., Lomberg M. L. (2021): First record of Coprinopsis strossmayeri (Psathyrellaceae) in Ukraine: morphological and cultural features. – Czech Mycology 73(1): 45–58. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.73104

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