Pachyphlodes coalescens
Coll. MEXU 26842
Coll. MEXU 26842
© R. Garibay-Orijel & C. Piña Páez

Pachyphlodes coalescens Piña Páez, Healy & Cázares, MycoKeys, 82: 166 (2021).

 

Basionym Pachyphlodes coalescens Piña Páez, Healy & Cázares, MycoKeys, 82: 166 (2021).

Diagnosis Pachyphlodes coalescens can be recognized by the brown ascomata and two-layered, thick (600–700 μm) peridium, and a gleba marbled with light yellow, meandering, sterile veins alternating with dark brown fertile veins, spores ornamented with truncated spines, that have material deposited at the tips, which accumulates and coalesces with neighboring tip material to form a broad, meandering, roughened, reticulum that hides the underlying spines, growing under Quercus.

Type MEXU 26842 - holotypus

MycoBank 835666

 

Literature
Piña-Páez C., Healy R.A., Guevara G., Garibay Orijel R., Castellano M.A., Cazares E., Trappe J.M. 2021. Greetings from belowground: two new species of truffles in the genus Pachyphlodes (Pezizaceae, Pezizales) from México. MycoKeys, 82: 159-171.


Classification Pezizaceae, Pachyphlodes


CreatedDate 19/06/2022.

UpdatedDate 19/06/2022.

Pachyphlodes coalescens


 Typus  <1950  1950→1980  >1980

Collections Detail
[MX] Morelia
 
30/09/2012, leg. R. Garibay-Orijel
26842 (MEXU)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[MX] San Francisco Temezontla
 
20/09/2007, leg. E. Cázares
JT32454 
Source: Ascomycete.org