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    Author(s): Sebastian Martinez; Karen K. Nakasone
    Date: 2010
    Source: Mycotaxon. 114: 481-484.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Twenty-eight corticioid basidiomycete species are reported from Uruguay for the first time. An annotated checklist with 110 species of corticioid Basidiomycota recorded from Uruguay is presented based on these new records and an intensive literature search. These species are distributed in 49 genera and 10 orders. The order Polyporales is represented by the most species (40) and the genus Phanerochaete has the most species (11). Hjortstamia fuscomarginata, Hyphoderma rimosum, Phlebia lividina, and P. subserialis are recorded for the first time from South America. For the complete checklist see

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    Martinez, Sebastian; Nakasone, Karen K. 2010. New records and checklist of corticioid Basidiomycota from Uruguay. Mycotaxon. 114: 481-484.


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