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Fungal diversity notes 603–708: taxonomic and phylogenetic notes on genera and species

Abstract

This is the sixth in a series of papers where we bring collaborating mycologists together to produce a set of notes of several taxa of fungi. In this study we introduce a new family Fuscostagonosporaceae in Dothideomycetes. We also introduce the new ascomycete genera Acericola, Castellaniomyces, Dictyosporina and Longitudinalis and new species Acericola italica, Alternariaster trigonosporus, Amarenomyces dactylidis, Angustimassarina coryli, Astrocystis bambusicola, Castellaniomyces rosae, Chaetothyrina artocarpi, Chlamydotubeufia krabiensis, Colletotrichum lauri, Collodiscula chiangraiensis, Curvularia palmicola, Cytospora mali-sylvestris, Dictyocheirospora cheirospora, Dictyosporina ferruginea, Dothiora coronillae, Dothiora spartii, Dyfrolomyces phetchaburiensis, Epicoccum cedri, Epicoccum pruni, Fasciatispora calami, Fuscostagonospora cytisi, Grandibotrys hyalinus, Hermatomyces nabanheensis, Hongkongmyces thailandica, Hysterium rhizophorae, Jahnula guttulaspora, Kirschsteiniothelia rostrata, Koorchalomella salmonispora, Longitudinalis nabanheensis, Lophium zalerioides, Magnibotryascoma mali, Meliola clerodendri-infortunati, Microthyrium chinense, Neodidymelliopsis moricola, Neophaeocryptopus spartii, Nigrograna thymi, Ophiocordyceps cossidarum, Ophiocordyceps issidarum, Ophiosimulans plantaginis, Otidea pruinosa, Otidea stipitata, Paucispora kunmingense, Phaeoisaria microspora, Pleurothecium floriforme, Poaceascoma halophila, Periconia aquatica, Periconia submersa, Phaeosphaeria acaciae, Phaeopoacea muriformis, Pseudopithomyces kunmingnensis, Ramgea ozimecii, Sardiniella celtidis, Seimatosporium italicum, Setoseptoria scirpi, Torula gaodangensis and Vamsapriya breviconidiophora. We also provide an amended account of Rhytidhysteron to include apothecial ascomata and a J+ hymenium. The type species of Ascotrichella hawksworthii (Xylariales genera incertae sedis), Biciliopsis leptogiicola (Sordariomycetes genera incertae sedis), Brooksia tropicalis (Micropeltidaceae), Bryochiton monascus (Teratosphaeriaceae), Bryomyces scapaniae (Pseudoperisporiaceae), Buelliella minimula (Dothideomycetes genera incertae sedis), Carinispora nypae (Pseudoastrosphaeriellaceae), Cocciscia hammeri (Verrucariaceae), Endoxylina astroidea (Diatrypaceae), Exserohilum turcicum (Pleosporaceae), Immotthia hypoxylon (Roussoellaceae), Licopolia franciscana (Vizellaceae), Murispora rubicunda (Amniculicolaceae) and Doratospora guianensis (synonymized under Rizalia guianensis, Trichosphaeriaceae) were re-examined and descriptions, illustrations and discussion on their familial placement are given based on phylogeny and morphological data. New host records or new country reports are provided for Chlamydotubeufia huaikangplaensis, Colletotrichum fioriniae, Diaporthe subclavata, Diatrypella vulgaris, Immersidiscosia eucalypti, Leptoxyphium glochidion, Stemphylium vesicarium, Tetraploa yakushimensis and Xepicula leucotricha. Diaporthe baccae is synonymized under Diaporthe rhusicola. A reference specimen is provided for Periconia minutissima. Updated phylogenetic trees are provided for most families and genera. We introduce the new basidiomycete species Agaricus purpurlesquameus, Agaricus rufusfibrillosus, Lactifluus holophyllus, Lactifluus luteolamellatus, Lactifluus pseudohygrophoroides, Russula benwooii, Russula hypofragilis, Russula obscurozelleri, Russula parapallens, Russula phoenicea, Russula pseudopelargonia, Russula pseudotsugarum, Russula rhodocephala, Russula salishensis, Steccherinum amapaense, Tephrocybella constrictospora, Tyromyces amazonicus and Tyromyces angulatus and provide updated trees to the genera. We also introduce Mortierella formicae in Mortierellales, Mucoromycota and provide an updated phylogenetic tree.

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The authors extend their appreciation to the International Scientific Partnership Program ISPP at King Saud University for funding this research work through ISPP#0089. Kevin D. Hyde would like to thank the Molecular Biology Experimental Center for the help on molecular work, the Mushroom Research Foundation (MRF), Chiang Rai, Thailand, the Thailand Research Fund grant no RSA5980068 entitled Biodiversity, Phylogeny and role of fungal endophytes on above parts of Rhizophora apiculata and Nypa fruticans, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Project Number 2013T2S0030, for the award of Visiting Professorship for Senior International Scientists at Kunming Institute of Botany and Mae Fah Luang University for a grants “Biodiversity, phylogeny and role of fungal endophytes of Pandanaceae” (Grant number: 592010200112) “Diseases of mangrove trees and maintenance of good forestry practice” (Grant number: 60201000201 for supporting this study. K.D. Hyde is an Adjunct Professor at Chiang Mai University. Financial support by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Thai Royal Golden Ph.D. Jubilee-Industry program (RGJ) for a joint TRF-DAAD PPP (2012–2014) academic exchange grant to Kevin D. Hyde and Marc Stadler, and the RGJ for a personal grant to Benjarong Thongbai (No. Ph.D/0138/2553 in 4.S.MF/53/A.3) is gratefully acknowledged. Satinee Suetrong thanks to Apilux Loilong for collecting samples. This work was supported by the TRF/BIOTEC program for Biodiversity Research and Training Grant BRT R_352112, R_249001, R_251006. For their continued interest and support we also thank BIOTEC, Prof. Morakot Tanticharoen, Dr. Kanyawim Kirtikara and Dr. Lily Eurwilaichitr. Rungtiwa Phookamsak expresses appreciation to The CAS President’s International Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers, project number 2017PB0072, the Research Fund from China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (Grant No. Y71B283261) and Chiang Mai University for financial support. We would like to thank Drs. Robert Lücking, André Aptroot and Cécile Gueidan for available suggestion. Saranyaphat Boonmee would like to thank the National Research Council of Thailand (no. 2560A30702021) and the Thailand Research Fund (Project No. TRG5880152). Chayanard Phukhamsakda would like to thank Royal Golden Jubilee Ph. D. Program under Thailand Research Fund, for the award of a scholarship no. PHD/0020/2557. Ausana Mapook is grateful to Research and Researchers for Industries (RRI) PHD57I0012. Ting-Chi Wen and Yuan-Pin Xiao are grateful to The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 31460012 and 3161113034). Samantha C. Karunarathna thanks Yunnan Provincial Department of Human Resources and Social Security funded postdoctoral project (Number 179122) for supporting his postdoctoral research study. Ivana Kušan and Zdenko Tkalčec have been partially supported by Croatian Science Foundation under the project HRZZ-IP-11-2013-2202 (ACCTA). We would also like to thank Roman Ozimec and Najla Baković for collecting the samples and partially Oikon Ltd. for financing the fieldwork. We would like to thank Dr. Shaun Pennycook for checking most of the Latin names. Qing Tian and Putarak Chomnunti extend their sincere thanks to the National Research Council of Thailand (grant for Dothideomycetes No. 2560A30702014). Putarak Chomnunti would like to thanks for Thailand Research Fund grant no. MRG6080089. Dr. Rajesh Jeewon is grateful to University of Mauritius and Mae Fah Luang University for research support. Olinto L. Pereira thank the CAPES, CNPq and FAPEMIG for financial support and ICMBio/FLONA-Paraopeba for providing facilities and permits for the exploration surveys of the mycodiversity in their protected areas. Young Woon Lim and Hyun Lee are grateful to the National Institute of Biological Resources (NIBR 20171104), Republic of Korea. The study was partially supported by the National Science Centre, Poland under grant No. 2015/17/D/NZ8/00778 to Julia Pawłowska and UMO-2016/23/B/NZ8/00897 to Marta Wrzosek. Anna Bazzicalupo, Bart Buyck, Daniel Miller and Mary L. Berbee thank WTU and the Burke Museum for scanned images of Benjamin Woo’s datasheets and photographs of Russula specimens and for the loan of Woo’s specimens. Mary L. Berbee acknowledges support by Discovery Grant RGPIN-2016–03746, National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Anna Bazzicalupo acknowledges the student grants for field work and study abroad from the NSERC CREATE Training Program in Biodiversity Research, Sonoma County Mycological Association Student Grant, and Daniel E. Stuntz Memorial Foundation Individual Grant. The Key Research Program of Frontier Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (grant number QYZDY-SSW-SMC014) is also thanked for support.

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Hyde, K.D., Norphanphoun, C., Abreu, V.P. et al. Fungal diversity notes 603–708: taxonomic and phylogenetic notes on genera and species. Fungal Diversity 87, 1–235 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13225-017-0391-3

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Keywords

  • Ascomycota
  • Basidiomycota
  • Mucoromycota
  • Phylogeny
  • Taxonomy