Alexandre G. Copelandia cyanescens is a common and widely distributed coprophilous species with typical bluing reaction. Copelandia mexicana is a rare and poorly known mushroom, lignicolous and not conspicuously bluing, with distinctive macro- and micromorphological features. This is a new record from South America.

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Rosacecae woodlands from Argentina. Six species occur exclusively in the neotropics and four are host-specific to Polylepis Phellinus tabaquilio , Phellinus uncisetus , Phellinus daedaliformis , and Datronia orcomanta , of which the first two are facultative parasites or occur during the early stages of wood decay.

Host specificity and patterns of distribution vary among species. Keywords: Datronia , wood-rotting fungi , mycogeography , neotropical montane forests , host specificity.

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Viability of Basidiomycete fungal strains under different conservation methods: cryopreservation vs. Gray Higher Basidiomycetes , and Pleurotus pulmonarius Fr. Agaricomycetideae were evaluated using three conservation methods for 12 months, recording their viability in order to establish the best conservation method. Growth kinetics, biomass, and polysaccharide production were studied. Key words: Cryoconservation, freeze-drying, basidiomycete, biomass, exopolysaccharides, intrapolysaccharides.


We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Evolutionary processes in Corticiaceae wood-inhabiting basidiomycetes are discussed on the basis of sibling species analysis, colonization strategies, and the known present distribution. It is proposed that the phylogenetical differentiation of basidiocarp structures may be very old and many species have remained unchanged. Subsequent evolution has to a great part been the effect of biological interaction with the environment, like colonization of new substrata, and the formation of species complexes may be a consequence of this.





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