Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 21–30

  title={Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 21–30},
  author={Bart Buyck and Bernard Duhem and Kanad Das and Ruvishika S. Jayawardena and Nicol{\'a}s Niveiro and O. L. Pereira and Indu B. Prasher and Sinchan Adhikari and Edgardo Omar Albert{\'o} and Timur S. Bulgakov and Rafael F. Casta{\~n}eda-Ruiz and Manoj Emanuel Hembrom and Kevin D. Hyde and David P. Lewis and Andrea Michlig and Jorinde Nuytinck and Arvind Parihar and Orlando Fabi{\'a}n Popoff and Natalia Andrea Ramirez and Meiriele da Silva and Rajnish K. Verma and Val{\'e}rie Hofstetter},
  journal={Cryptogamie, Mycologie},
  pages={101 - 146}
Abstract The authors describe ten new taxa for science using mostly both morphological and molecular data. In Basidiomycota, descriptions are provided for Botryobasidium fusisporum sp. nov., B. triangulosporum sp. nov., Cantharellus hydnoides sp. nov. and Hydnum aerostatisporum sp. nov. in Cantharellales; Lactarius rahjamalensis sp. nov. and Russula pseudoaurantiophylla sp. nov. in Russulales and for Mycena paraguayensis comb. nov. in Agaricales. In Ascomycota and hyphomycetes, descriptions… 
Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 41–50
Abstract This new series of Fungal Biodiversity Profiles presents ten new taxa in the genus Russula, including subgenus Crassotunicata subg. nov. In subg. Malodora, sect Edules sect. nov. is
Fungal diversity notes 1036–1150: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions on genera and species of fungal taxa
The present study describes one new family (Pseudoberkleasmiaceae in Dothideomycetes), five new genera (Caatingomyces, Cryptoschizotrema, Neoacladium, Paramassaria and Trochilispora), 71 new species and twelve new combinations.
Hypomyces pseudolactifluorum sp. nov. (Hypocreales: Hypocreaceae) on Russula sp. from Yunnan, PR China
A new species of Hypomyces pseudolactifluorum is described, characterised by semi-immersed to immersed perithecia and fusiform, apiculate and verrucose ascospores.
New Cantharellus species from the Republic of Korea
In this first contribution on the genus Cantharellus in Korea, two new species are described and molecularly supported by phylogenetic analysis of sequences from the transcription elongation factor (TEF-1).
Checklist of agaricoid fungi from Paraguay
Agaricaceae, Tricholomataceae, Psathyrellaceae, and Marasmiaceae are the most species-abundant families and the Capital department has the highest number of reported species.
Colletotrichum kakivorum sp. nov., a new leaf spot pathogen of persimmon in Korea
Based on molecular phylogenetic, morphological, and cultural characteristics and pathogenicity, this fungus was demonstrated to be a new species, Colletotrichum kakivorum, and the causal agent of a leaf spot disease on persimmon in Korea.
A phylogenetic and taxonomic revision of sequestrate Russulaceae in Mediterranean and temperate Europe
A comprehensive morphological and genetic study of type material and new collections of sequestrate Russulales species formerly belonging to the genera Arcangeliella, Elasmomyces, Gymnomyces,
Three new Russula species in sect. Ingratae (Russulales, Basidiomycota) from southern China
Abstract Three new species of Russulasection Ingratae, found in Guizhou and Jiangsu Provinces, southern China, are proposed: R.straminella, R.subpectinatoides and R.succinea. Photographs, line
Fungal diversity notes 1151–1276: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions on genera and species of fungal taxa
The present study describes two new families, 12 new genera, 82 new species, five new combinations and 25 new records on new hosts and new geographical distributions as well as sexual-asexual reports.
Systematic revision of Hydnum species in Japan
This study provides detailed morphological descriptions of 15 rigorously identified species from Japan, nine of which are described as new: H. alboluteum, H. mulsicolor, and H. umbilicatum, which are new to Japan.


Tales of the unexpected: angiocarpous representatives of the Russulaceae in tropical South East Asia
Six new sequestrate Lactarius species are described from tropical forests in South East Asia with extensive macro- and microscopical descriptions and illustrations of the main anatomical features and their phylogenetic relationships are discussed.
Luminescent Mycena: new and noteworthy species
Seven species of Mycena are reported as luminescent, representing specimens collected in Belize, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Japan, Japan (Bonin Islands), Malaysia, Malaysia and Puerto Rico, bringing the total to 71 known bioluminescent species of fungi.
The Dilemma of Species Recognition in the Field When Sequence Data are not in Phase with Phenotypic Variability
Abstract This contribution on the genus Cantharellus in North America introduces three new look-alikes of already known species in the eastern United States and thereby exposes the problem of
Detecting the variability of Hydnum ovoideisporum (Agaricomycetes, Cantharellales) on the basis of Italian collections, and H. magnorufescens sp. nov.
Four South Italian collections found under Quercus and traditionally determined as H. rufescens, were analyzed on the basis of morphological and molecular data and three 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.
Podoserpula miranda sp. nov. (Amylocorticiales, Basidiomycota) from New Caledonia
Abstract Podoserpula miranda sp. nov. (Amylocorticiales) is described from an old Arillastrum gummifera stand in New Caledonia.
Untangling the Central African Cantharellus Sect. Tenues: Cantharellus minutissimus sp. nov. and Epitypification of Cantharellus alboroseus
Cantharellus section Tenues was originally created for four new, very small, redorange-yellow Central African chanterelles with a more or less fistulose stipe, short basidia and an omphaloid habit but remain poorly known and need to be recollected and epitypified.
Multigene Sequencing Provides a Suitable Epitype, Barcode Sequences and a Precise Systematic Position for the Enigmatic, African Cantharellus miniatescens
An epitype sequenced for four gene regions (LSU, mitSSU, RPB2 and Tef1-alpha) is selected among recent collections from Cameroon and Central African Republic and fully described and illustrated.
Wisconsin Chanterelles Revisited and First Indications for Very Wide Distributions of Cantharellus Species in the United States East of the Rocky Mountains
Several American collections of Cantharellus that are in one way or another related to species that have previously been reported or described from Wisconsin indicate that the potential distribution area of many of these chanterelles may be much larger than generally assumed.
A revision of the Agaricales of Cuba 1. Species described by Berkeley & Curtis
Owing to the importance of this early account of tropical Hymenomycetes, a number of published type revisions have been undertaken over the past one hundred years, and further confusion has arisen from duplication of the collection numbers.