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Amalfi M.,Catholic University of Louvain | Raymundo T.,Metropolitan Autonomous University | Valenzuela R.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Decock C.,Catholic University of Louvain
Mycologia | Year: 2012

Fomitiporia cupressicola sp. nov., found in living Cupressus arizonica, is described on the basis of several collections originating from a high altitude forest in the northern Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico. The species forms a monophyletic clade, basal to a larger lineage comprising species originating mainly from temperate to Mediterranean areas of the northern hemisphere. The phylogenetic approach in Fomitiporia also revealed multiple unnamed clades within the F. robusta complex in the southern USA and northern Mexico, representing potential species. The status of the F. robusta complex in North America is discussed briefly. © 2012 by The Mycological Society of America. Source


Decock C.,Catholic University of Louvain | Valenzuela R.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Castillo G.,University of Liege
Cryptogamie, Mycologie | Year: 2010

Perenniporia tepeitensis (basionym: Coriolus tepeitensis) is showed to belong to Perenniporiella, on the basis of both morphological and molecular data (DNA sequence data from the ribosomal LSU, ITS, and tefl). Hence, the new combination Perenniporiella tepeitensis is proposed. The species is redescribed on the basis of the type specimen and several original collections from eastern Mexico and USA. A key to Perenniporiella is proposed. © 2010 Adac. Tous droits réserves. Source


Valenzuela R.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Raymundo T.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Decock C.,Catholic University of Louvain | Esqueda M.,Research Center en Alimentacion y Desarrollo
Mycotaxon | Year: 2012

Gyrodontium sacchari, Leiotrametes menziesii, Phellinus glaucescens, and P. shaferi are described as new records from México. The specimens were collected on dead or living wood in tropical deciduous forest in the Sierra de Álamos-Río Cuchujaqui Biosphere Reserve located in Sonora State, México. © 2012. Mycotaxon, Ltd. Source


Valenzuela R.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Raymundo T.,Centro Operativo Naranjo | Cifuentes J.,National Autonomous University of Mexico | Esqueda M.,Research Center en Alimentacion y Desarrollo | And 2 more authors.
Mycological Progress | Year: 2012

Coltriciella sonorensis is described here as a new species from Mexico. It is characterized by pleuropodal, flabelliform basidiomes, rounded to elongated or daedaloid pores, a well-developed sub-hymenium, and oblong to cylindrical basidiospores, slightly attenuated towards the apex. The specimen was collected on soil in an open Quercus stand in mixed Quercus-tropical deciduous forest in the Sierra de Álamos-Río Cuchujaqui Biosphere Reserve, Sonora, Mexico. From a phylogenetic perspective, the species appears to be related to C. oblectabilis, also occurring in Mexico. © 2011 German Mycological Society and Springer. Source

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