2 edition of Lopharia and Porostereum (Corticiaceae) found in the catalog.
Lopharia and Porostereum (Corticiaceae)
|Statement||by K. Hjortstam and L. Ryvarden.|
|Series||Synopsis fungorum -- 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
Lopharia is a genus of fungi in the family genus was circumscribed by Károly Kalchbrenner and Peter MacOwan in Description. Fruit bodies of Lopharia fungi are crust like, to effused-reflexed (like a crust with the edges curled out to form caps).The sterile portion of the crust surface is tomentose, while the spore-bearing surface (the hymenium) is smooth or tuberculate. Born to the Purple: the Story of Porphyria. Porphyrins are light-activated chemicals that can be used to combat ills including tumors and diseases of the eye.
There are about 74 records of this species in GBIF (as Lopharia amethystea, Hjortstamia amethystea, Porostereum amethysteum), only to Brazil. Population Trend: Habitat and Ecology. In Brazil, the species is found in Amazon Forest, Atlantic Rain Forest and Cerrado. Shop great deals on Lophophora Cactus & Succulent Plants. Get outdoors for some landscaping or spruce up your garden! Shop a huge online selection at Fast & Free shipping on many items!
Lophorina is a genus of birds in the family genetic analysis, officials have agreed to include the riflebirds (formerly assigned to the genus Ptiloris) in the present genus.. All members sport a jet-black to black body found only in males, while their female counterparts sport brown upperparts (shade depends on the species) with barred underparts; they have a relatively. The corticioid fungi from Santa Catarina Island mangroves were surveyed, and 42 specimens corresponding to 15 species and 13 genera were identified. The most commonly found species was Hjortstamia crassa, and the Itacorubi mangrove was the area where more specimens were found (17 out of 42 specimens). Most of the specimens were collected on dead wood, and the most common host .
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Porostereum spadiceum (Pers.) Hjortstam & Lopharia and Porostereum book, Synopsis Fungorum 4: 51 () [MB#]. Porostereum umbrinoalutaceum; Taxon Details and Links Nomenclature.
Porostereum Pilát, Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 52 (3): () . Type: Porostereum phellodendri Pilát Taxonomy Porostereum is in the Phanerochaetaceae but some species have synonyms as Lopharia, which some online sources put in the Polyporaceae.
Porostereum crassum (Lév.) Hjortstam & Ryvarden, () Stereum crassum (Lév.) Fr., () Stereum umbrinum Berk. & M.A. Curtis, () Thelephora crassa Lév., () Thelephora vinosa Berk., () Lopharia crassa is a plant pathogen. External links.
Index Fungorum; USDA ARS Fungal Database; References This Polyporales-related article is a Class: Basidiomycetes. There is only one modern Porostereum spadiceum collection; it is from in West Virginia and this identification should be verified.
There are no observations of current Porostereum species on Mushroom Observer (as of May ), other than some from Austria and Portugal, which are listed as the synonym Lopharia spadicea. Lopharia and Porostereum, but they share all other features with the previous group.
There are several. species still without molecular data. Springer-Verlang, Berlin Hjortstam K, Ryvarden L () Lopharia and Porostereum (Corticiaceae). Synopsis Fungorum 4. Fungiflora, Oslo Jülich W () Studies in resupinate Basidiomycetes -V.
Porostereum crassum (Lév.) Hjortstam & Ryvarden, Synopsis Fungorum 4: 29 () [MB#]. Lopharia spadicea (Pers.) Boidin, Bulletin Mensuel de la Société Linnéenne de Lyon () [MB#]. An extensive survey of literature (Kaviyarasan et al.,Kshirsagar et al.,Mani & Kumaresan,Pratibha,Patil et al.,Patil et al., An Lopharia papyrina in uska species han Fungi in nahilalakip ha divisio nga Basidiomycota, ngan nga syahan ginhulagway ni Mont., ngan ginhatag han pagkayana nga asya nga ngaran ni Jacques Boidin hadton An Lopharia papyrina in nahilalakip ha genus nga Lopharia, ngan familia nga Polyporaceae.
Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. During the investigation of Korean indigenous fungi from Seoul, three genera-Fuscoporia, Porostereum, and Trametopsis, and four species-Fuscoporia senex, Phlebia acerina, Porostereum spadiceum, and Trametopsis cervina were morphological characteristics were examined and their identification was confirmed by molecular analysis based on internal transcribed spacer (ITS).
Both neighbor-joining and parsimony trees showed that species with polyporic acid have evolved several times and that Hapalopilus, Lopharia, Porostereum and Phanerochaete were all polyphyletic. Journals & Books; Register Sign in.
() International Mycological Institute Egham, Surrey Hjortstam and Ryvarden, K. Hjortstam, L. Ryvarden, Lopharia and and Porostereum (Basidiomycotina)Syn.
Fung. 4: () Jahn, H. Jahn, Ster. MUT appeared related to Lopharia spadicea, although affiliation to other species could not be excluded.
To further knowledge of this issue, herbarium specimens of Porostereum fulvum were obtained from the Université Claude Bernard, Lyon (LY and LY; Table 1) and a focus on the Bjerkanderaceae was based on a two-loci dataset.
Polyporic Acid in Fungi: A Brief Note By Michael W. Beug, PhD PO BoxHusum, WAemail: beugm [at] In casual conversations about medicinal mushrooms with several individuals over the last month, I realized that polypores are generally considered to be non-toxic, and indeed that has long been my position.
Ryvarden (p. ) Review by: George P. Chamuris DOI: / Studies of non-poroid Aphyllophorales in China are briefly reviewed, and an annotated catalogue, based mostly on literature, documents species from the country. Polyporales is strongly supported as a clade of Agaricomycetes, but the lack of a consensus higher-level classification within the group is a barrier to further taxonomic amplified nrLSU, nrITS, and rpb1 genes across the Polyporales, with a special focus on the combined the new sequences with molecular data generated during the PolyPEET project and.
Many Lopharia species have been moved to Porostereum (Hjortstam & Ryvarden ) and this arrangement receives support from molecular data (Yoon et al. An interesting find concerns Epithele typhae that seems firmly connected with Polyporaceae (compare Boidin et al.
Phanerochaete crassa (Lév.) Burds., Mycologia Memoirs 67 () [MB#]. Unlike the state-sanctioned rituals of Hellenism, of which it was a part, Orphism was guarded by educated elite.
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