Tremella occultifuroidea sp. nov., a new mycoparasite ofDacrymyces

  title={Tremella occultifuroidea sp. nov., a new mycoparasite ofDacrymyces},
  author={Chee Jen Chen and Franz Oberwinkler and Zuei Ching Chen},
Tremella occultifuroidea, a new parasite of dacrymycetaceous fungi is described. It differs from knownTremella parasites in dacrymycetaceous hosts by thick-walled dikaryotic conidia, terminally and repeatedly originating from conidiogenous cells, thus resembling those ofT. polyporina by Koske,T. obscura by Christiansen andOccultifur internus. 

Cuniculitrema polymorpha (Tremellales, gen. nov. and sp. nov.), a heterobasidiomycete vectored by bark beetles, which is the teleomorph of Sterigmatosporidium polymorphuma

In a study of the mycobiota associated with bark beetles, a dimorphic fungus producing longitudinally septate basidia of the Tremella-type and yeast cells budding off from stalks was collected, and it was revealed that this fungus represents the teleomorph of Sterigmatosporidium polymorphum.

Understanding lichenicolous heterobasidiomycetes: new taxa and reproductive innovations in Tremella s.l.

Four new lichenicolous Tremella species are described and characterized morphologically and molecularly and the formation of mitotic conidia inside old basidia (endospores) is also a distinctive character of Tremella endosporogena.

Erratum to: Comparison of the Diversity of Basidiomycetes from Dead Wood of the Manchurian fir (Abies holophylla) as Evaluated by Fruiting Body Collection, Mycelial Isolation, and 454 Sequencing

It is indicated that Manchurian fir harbors a diverse basidiomycetous fungal community and for complete estimation of fungal diversity, multiple methods should be used.

The Genus Tremella (Basidiomycota, Tremellales) in Finland

Sixteen species of Tremella Pers. are currently known from Finland. Fifteen of them are illustrated and described, and a key to all Finnish species is given. Tremella cetrariicola Diederich &



Two unusual tremellas from British Columbia

Two mycoparasitic species of Tremella are reported for the first time from North America and a conidial stage is described for Tremella polyporina; Tremella uliginosa is redescribed and illustrated.

Morphology and subdivision of Amanita and a monograph of its section Lepidella

In the taxonomic part synonymy and descriptions are given of the genus Amanita and its subgenus Lepidella, together with a key to the subgenera and the sections, and the term ’pileipellis’ is proposed to replace Fayod’s term ‘cuticula’.

Some Taxonomic Notes on the Higher Fungi

This yeast was found by the author on May 30, 1945, at Beltsville, Maryland, in the sap of Betula nigra L., which was exuding from a wound high up on the tree and falling onto leaves lying on the

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Tetragoniomyces gen.nov. and Tetragoniomycetaceae fam.nov. (Tremellales)

The general structure of Tremella uliginosa Karst. is discussed. Basidia of the species are thick walled, deciduous, and germinate directly, i.e., without spore production. Dikaryotic hyphae grow