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A new species of Daedalea (Basidiomycota) and a synopsis of core species in Daedalea sensu strictoAuthor(s): Daniel L. Lindner; Leif Ryvarden; Timothy J. Baroni
Source: North American Fungi. 6(4): 1-12.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionDaedalea neotropica, a species with striking violet stains on the pileus and pore surface, is described from material collected in the Maya Mountains of Belize. A synopsis of Daedalea sensu stricto is provided based on morphological and DNA sequence data. Analyses indicate that at least four species should be included in Daedalea s.s.: D. dickinsii, D. neotropica, D. pseudodochmia, and D. quercina. A key to the species of Daedalea s.s. is provided.
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CitationLindner, Daniel L.; Ryvarden, Leif; Baroni, Timothy J. 2011. A new species of Daedalea (Basidiomycota) and a synopsis of core species in Daedalea sensu stricto. North American Fungi. 6(4): 1-12.
KeywordsDaedalea, Fungi, Polyporaceae, polypore, wood-decay
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