Updates on East Asian Asterostroma (Russulales, Basidiomycota): new species and new records from Thailand and China

@article{Liu2017UpdatesOE,
  title={Updates on East Asian Asterostroma (Russulales, Basidiomycota): new species and new records from Thailand and China},
  author={SHI-LIANG Liu and Yan Tian and Ting Nie and Anan Thawthong and Kevin David Hyde and Ling Xu and Shuang-Hui He},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2017},
  volume={16},
  pages={667-676}
}
Two new species from northern Thailand, Asterostroma bambusicola and A. vararioides, are described and illustrated. Asterostroma bambusicola is characterized by globose, echinulate, and amyloid basidiospores and growing on rotten bamboo. Asterostroma vararioides is distinguished by the presence of Vararia-like dichohyphae, subglobose, smooth, and amyloid basidiospores and growing on bark of living angiosperm trees. In the phylogenetic tree inferred from a combined dataset of ITS and nLSU… 

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