Volume 14 - 2023 Issue 1
2. Morphology and multigene phylogeny reveal ten novel taxa in Ascomycota from terrestrial palm substrates (Arecaceae) in Thailand
Konta S et al. (2023)
1. Endophytic fungi in green manure crops; friends or foe?
Abeywickrama PD et al. (2023)
Volume 13 - 2022 Issue 2 (SI Fungal Evolution)
9. Special Issue: Fungal Evolution, in honour of the Academician Professor Yu Li’s 80th Birthday
Hyde Kevin David et al. (2023)
8. Diversity, molecular dating and ancestral characters state reconstruction of entomopathogenic fungi in Hypocreales
Wei DP et al. (2022)
7. Evolutionary relationships and allied species of Pyronemataceae, with segregation of the novel family Pyropyxidaceae
Zeng M et al. (2022)
6. Fossil Tetraploa redefinition and potential contribution of dark pigments for the preservation of its spores in the fossil record
Nuñez Otaño NB et al. (2022)
5. Comparative genomics provides new insights into the evolution of Colletotrichum
Chen YP et al. (2022)
4. Large-scale genome investigations reveal insights into domestication of cultivated mushrooms
Fu YP et al. (2022)
3. Evolutionary relationship and a novel method of efficient identification of Lentinula edodes cultivars in China
Ling YY et al. (2022)
2. Phylogenetic diversity and affiliation of tropical African ectomycorrhizal fungi
Houdanon RD et al. (2022)
Volume 4 - 2013 - Issue 1
1. A review of the genus Bulbothrix Hale: the isidiate, sorediate, and pustulate species with medullary salazinic acid
Authors: Benatti MN
Recieved: 27 November 2012, Accepted: 10 December 2012, Published: 23 January 2013
This study is a taxonomic review of ten Bulbothrix (Parmeliaceae, Lichenized Fungi) species containing salazinic acid in the medulla that reproduce by vegetative propagation or form pustules that erode into coarse granules. The current species delimitations are confirmed. New characteristics are detailed, some synonyms are rejected, others confirmed, and range extensions are added.
Keywords: bulbate cilia – norstictic acid – Parmeliaceae – Parmelinella
2. Detecting the variability of Hydnum ovoideisporum (Agaricomycetes, Cantharellales) on the basis of Italian collections, and H. magnorufescens sp. nov.
Authors: Vizzini A, Picillo B, Ercole E, Voyron S, Contu M
Recieved: 11 December 2012, Accepted: 02 January 2013, Published: 28 January 2013
Hydnum ovoideisporum is a species of the Hydnum rufescens complex recently described from Spain, and characterized by having a pileus with deep orange tones, ovoid to broadly ellipsoid basidiospores, and growing in Mediterranean areas on calcareous soil. In this paper, four South Italian collections found under Quercus and traditionally determined as H. rufescens, were analyzed on the basis of morphological and molecular (ITS) data; three of them were proven to be conspecific with H. ovoideisporum even though they differ from the type by globose to subglobose spores, and one has a smooth hymenophore. H. ovoideisporum f. depauperatum f. nov. is established for accommodating specimens with a smooth hymenophoral surface. Finally, H. magnorufescens sp. nov. is established for a collection with large basidiomes without strong orange-reddish tinges, and with globose to subglobose spores.
Keywords: Biodiversity – cantharelloid clade – Hydnaceae – ITS nrDNA phylogeny – taxonomy
3. Some noteworthy lichenicolous fungi from Khabarovsk Territory of Russia
Authors: Zhurbenko MP, Tugi EW
Recieved: 19 November 2012, Accepted: 08 December 2012, Published: 28 January 2013
Eight species of lichenicolous fungi are reported from the Russian Far East, seven of which are new to the area. Species concepts of Endococcus pseudocyphellariae and Subhysteropycnis maculiformans are broadened, and both species are for the first time reported from the Northern Hemisphere and on Pseudocyphellaria perpetua. Evernia esorediosa is a new host species for Lichenostigma maureri and Parmelia squarrosa for Phoma physciicola.
Keywords: biogeography – Endococcus − Pacific coast of Russia – Subhysteropycnis – taxonomy
4. New additions of basidiomycetous fungi in Indian mycoflora
Authors: Kumari B, Atri NS
Recieved: 21 November 2012, Accepted: 10 December 2012, Published: 28 January 2013
Three new Leucoagaricus taxa were found in various localities of North West India. Leucoagaricus albidus sp. nov., Leucoagaricus barsii var. bulbobasilarus var. nov., and Leucoagaricus tener var. brevisporus var. nov. are described and illustrated.
Keywords: Agaricaeae – fleshy fungi – India – Leucoagaricus – taxonomy
5. Ectomycorrhizal fungi from southern Brazil – a literature-based review, their origin and potential hosts
Authors: Sulzbacher MA, Grebenc T, Jacques RJS, Antoniolli ZI
Recieved: 28 November 2012, Accepted: 20 December 2012, Published: 10 February 2013
A first list of ectomycorrhizal and putative ectomycorrhizal fungi from southern Brazil (the states of Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Paraná), their potential hosts and origin is presented. The list is based on literature and authors observations. Ectomycorrhizal status and putative origin of listed species was assessed based on worldwide published data and, for some genera, deduced from taxonomic position of otherwise locally distributed species. A total of 144 species (including 18 doubtfull species) in 49 genera were recorded for this region, all accompanied with a brief distribution, habitat and substrate data. At least 30 collections were published only to the genus level and require further taxonomic review.
Keywords: distribution – habitat – mycorrhiza – neotropics – regional list
6. A checklist of agarics (gilled mushrooms) of Kerala State, India
Authors: Farook VA, Khan SS, Manimohan P
Recieved: 15 December 2012, Accepted: 04 January 2013, Published: 10 February 2013
A literature-based checklist of agarics (gilled mushrooms) occurring in Kerala State, India is provided. It consists of 616 species of gilled mushrooms belonging in 112 genera and 5 orders (Agaricales, Boletales, Gomphales, Polyporales, Russulales) of the Class Agaricomycetes, Phylum Basidiomycota. The relevant original information is contained in about 122 papers, many with only limited distribution and availability. Most of these papers have been published during the last two decades. The geographical distribution of the reports covers all 14 districts of the State. At the order level, Agaricales has the highest number of species (579), followed by Russulales (21). The six most represented genera are Hygrocybe, Entoloma (41 spp. each), Lepiota (39 spp.), Marasmius (27 spp.), Leucocoprinus and Pluteus (22 spp. each). Several of the species are known only from the region and there is a possibility that many are endemic to the region as the level of endemism in the flora and fauna of Kerala is very high. This list covers only a part of the actual diversity of gilled mushrooms in Kerala as studies on the agarics of this region have been uneven, inadequate and therefore inconclusive.
Keywords: Agaricomycetes – Basidiomycota – biodiversity – species
7. Auricularia olivaceus: a new species from North India
Authors: Kumari B, Upadhyay RC, Atri NS
Recieved: 18 December 2012, Accepted: 08 January 2013, Published: 27 February 2013
Auricularia olivaceus sp. nov. (family Auriculariaceae) is described and illustrated as a new species, based on collections from Himachal Pradesh, North India.
Keywords: Basidiomycetes – India – macrofungi – taxonomy
8. Notes on the genus Entoloma in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula (V). Entoloma lucense, a new species in subgenus Omphaliopsis
Authors: Blanco-Dios JB
Recieved: 20 December 2012, Accepted: 20 January 2013, Published: 28 February 2013
A full description is given of Entoloma lucense, a new species in subgenus Omphaliopsis, found in Galicia (NW of Spain). Morphological description and drawings of macro- and microscopic characters of the basidiomata are presented. Other close taxa of subgenus Omphaliopsis are discussed.
Keywords: Agaricales – Basidiomycota – Entolomataceae – Spain – taxonomy
9. A new species of Mycena sect. Exornatae and some taxonomic observations
Authors: Aravindakshan DM, Manimohan P
Recieved: 11 February 2013, Accepted: 24 February 2013, Published: 28 February 2013
Mycena snigdha sp. nov. is described from Kerala state, India and is assigned to sect. Exornatae. Comprehensive description, photographs, and comparisons with phenetically similar species are provided. The wide, loop-like clamp connections of M. snigdha are remarkably similar to those of species of Mycena sect. Ingratae and this observation reveals that loop-like clamp connections can no longer be used to differentiate sect. Ingratae from sect. Exornatae and supports a recent treatment of sect. Ingratae as a synonym of section Exornatae. Within sect. Exornatae, however, this feature seems to be useful in species segregation. Mycena fumosa, an Australian species currently placed in sect. Sacchariferae, is considered as belonging to sect. Exornatae.
Keywords: Agaricales – Basidiomycota – biodiversity – Mycenaceae – taxonomy
10. A new species of non-lichenized ascomata from India
Authors: Logesh AR, Kalaiselvam M, Upreti DK
Recieved: 08 January 2013, Accepted: 25 February 2013, Published: 28 February 2013
Hysterographium palamalaiense is characterized by hysterothecium ascomata with sulcus at the centre, cylindrical 8-spored asci with muriform ascospores described here as new to science.
Keywords: Hysterographium – Hysteriaceae – Palamalai hills