Terfezia lusitanica
Coll. MUB Fung-j682
Coll. MUB Fung-j682
© A. Rodríguez

Terfezia lusitanica Bordallo, Ant. Rodr., Louro, Santos-Silva, Muñoz-Mohedano, Phytotaxa, 357 (2): 144 (2018).

 

Basionym Terfezia lusitanica Bordallo, Ant. Rodr., Louro, Santos-Silva, Muñoz-Mohedano, Phyotaxa, 357 (2): 144 (2018).

Diagnosis Ascomata hypogeous to partially emergent at maturity, subglobose to ellipsoid or partially flattened, sometimes with tapered sterile base, 2–3.5 cm in size, light ochre colour at first, becoming yellowish brown with black spots, smooth to slightly rough (Fig. 2 a–c). Peridium 200–500 μm thick, not separable from gleba, poorly delimited, whitish in cross section, pseudoparenchymatous, composed of subglobose cells, hyaline and thin-walled in the innermost layers, yellowish and with thicker walls in the outermost layers (Fig. 2d). Gleba solid, fleshy, succulent, whitish at first (Fig. 2c), darkening with age, becoming greenish black at maturity; with blackish grey pockets of fertile tissue surrounded by whitish, sterile, veins (Fig. 2b). Faint odour, not distinctive. Mild taste. Asci non-amyloid, subglobose to ellipsoid, sessile, 60–80 × 50–65 μm, walls 1 μm thick, with 6–8 irregularly disposed spores, randomly arranged in the gleba. Ascospores globose, (20–)21–23(–24) μm diam (median = 22 μm) including ornamentation; (14–)15–17(–18) μm (median = 16 μm) without ornamentation; hyaline, smooth and uniguttulate at first, by maturity dark yellow to light brown and ornamented with conical, blunt spines, sometimes cylindrical, mostly straight, but sometimes curved, separated, 3–3.5(–4) μm long, 1–2 μm wide at the base (Fig. 2e–f).

Type MUB Fung-j682 - holotypus

MycoBank 824055

 

Literature
Bordallo J.J., Rodríguez A., Santos-Silva C., Louro R., Muñoz-Mohedano J., Morte A. 2018. Terfezia lusitanica, a new mycorrhizal species associated to Tuberaria guttata (Cistaceae). Phytotaxa, 357 (2): 141-147. 

 


Classification Pezizaceae, Terfezia


CreatedDate 06/09/2018.

UpdatedDate 04/02/2019.

DefaultMap
Collections Detail
[FR] Le Bois-d’Oingt
Bois de la Flachère
07/10/2012, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2012.10.03 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] La Tour-de-Salvagny
Les Grands Bois
15/09/2003, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2003.09.30 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] La Tour-de-Salvagny
Les Grands Bois
17/09/2005, leg. N. Van Vooren
NV 2005.09.07 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Cailloux-sous-Fontaine
 
15/01/2012, leg. L. Girard
NV 2012.01.03 
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Bron
Parc de Parilly
05/12/2011, leg. M. Martin

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Marennes
 
29/01/2001, leg. H. Orcel

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Montagny
 
11/11/1998, leg. H. Orcel

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Taluyers
 
19/10/1995, leg. N. Van Vooren

Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Fleurieux-sur-l’Arbresle
Pont Dorieu
22/10/1893, leg. P. Riel
PR 2284 (SLL)
Source: Ascomycete.org
[FR] Tassin-la-Demi-Lune
 
29/11/1906, leg. A. Albessard & M. Renard

Source: Ascomycete.org
Page 1 of 10First   Previous   [1]  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Next   Last