Morphological reassessment and molecular phylogenetic analyses of Amauroderma s.lat. raised new perspectives in the generic classification of the Ganodermataceae family
- D. Costa-Rezende, G. Robledo, A. Góes-Neto, M. Reck, E. Crespo, E. R. Drechsler-Santos
- 21 September 2017
Ganodermataceae is a remarkable group of polypore fungi, mainly characterized by particular double-walled basidiospores with a coloured endosporium ornamented with columns or crests, and a hyaline…
Taxonomy and phylogeny of polypores with ganodermatoid basidiospores (Ganodermataceae)
- D. Costa-Rezende, G. Robledo, A. Góes-Neto
- BiologyMycological progress
- 1 August 2020
M morphological analysis and multilocus phylogenetic analyses based on Internal Transcribed Spacer, nuclear 28S rDNA, and portions of the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II and translation elongation factor 1-alpha were carried out found Ganodermataceae is recovered as monophyletic.
Amauroderma calcitum sp. nov. and notes on taxonomy and distribution of Amauroderma species (Ganodermataceae)
- D. Costa-Rezende, A. M. Gugliotta, A. Góes-Neto, M. Reck, G. Robledo, E. R. Drechsler-Santos
- 18 January 2016
During a polypore survey in the Cerrado (Mato Grosso state, Brazil), Amauroderma specimens were collected and some of them deserved special taxonomic attention due to their intermediate morphology between A. calcigenum and A. partitum, leading to the conclusion that these specimens represent an undescribed species.
Multi-gene phylogeny and taxonomy of Amauroderma s.lat. (Ganodermataceae)
- Y-F Sun, D. Costa-Rezende, B. Cui
- 4 May 2020
The classification of Amauroderma s.lat.str is revised, six new species are described and illustrated, and eight new combinations are proposed, demonstrating that species of Ganodermataceae formed ten clades.
Tropicoporus drechsleri (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota), a new species in the “ Inonotus linteus ” complex from northern Argentina
- C. A. Salvador-Montoya, D. Costa-Rezende, Valéria Ferreira-Lopes, Marco A. Borba-Silva, O. Popoff
- Biology, Environmental Science
- 9 February 2018
A new species of Tropicoporus is revealed, here named T .
Mystery unveiled: Diacanthodes Singer – a lineage within the core polyporoid clade
- G. Robledo, M. Palacio, D. Costa-Rezende
- 15 July 2020
This study revealed Diacanthodes as a member of the ‘core polyporoid’ clade within the Polyporales, and two new species from South America and Africa are revealed.
Proteomic fingerprinting for the fast and accurate identification of species in the Polyporoid and Hymenochaetoid fungi clades.
- L. M. Tomé, F. Badotti, A. Góes-Neto
- BiologyJournal of Proteomics
- 15 July 2019
What Do the First 597 Global Fungal Red List Assessments Tell Us about the Threat Status of Fungi?
- G. Mueller, Kelmer Martins Cunha, A. Dahlberg
- Environmental ScienceDiversity
- 7 September 2022
Fungal species are not immune to the threats facing animals and plants and are thus also prone to extinction. Yet, until 2015, fungi were nearly absent on the IUCN Red List. Recent efforts to…
New records of Perenniporia sensu lato and Pyrofomes for the Brazilian Cerrado
- D. Costa-Rezende, Valéria Ferreira-Lopes, C. A. Salvador-Montoya, G. Alves-Silva, A. Mello, E. R. Drechsler-Santos
- 15 August 2015
During a survey of polypores in the National Park of Chapada dos Guimaraes, Mato Grosso State, Brazil, specimens of Perenniporia s. l. and Pyrofomes Kotl. & Pouzar were collected. Hornodermoporus…
An Integrative View of the Phyllosphere Mycobiome of Native Rubber Trees in the Brazilian Amazon
- P. Fonseca, Demetra N. Skaltsas, A. Góes-Neto
- BiologyJournal of Fungi
- 1 April 2022
This study unravels new and intriguing information/hypotheses of the foliar mycobiome of native H. brasiliensis, which may also occur in other native Amazonian trees.