By Fournier J., Lechat C., Ribes Ripoll M.A.
Vol. 12 (6) – 29 December 2020
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Abstract: A collection of Nemania aureolutea, a rarely recorded species with a rather north temperate known distribution, is reported for the first time, to our knowledge, from a Mediterranean region. The identification of the fungus is based on its morphological characterization, culture characteristics and comparison of the ITS sequence with those of the type collection. The slight morphological differences encountered in this collection are discussed and the peculiar environmental characteristics of the region it comes from are outlined.
Nemania aureolutea (L. Petrini & J.D. Rogers) Granmo was first recognized as a variety of Hypoxylon aeneum Nitschke by Petrini & Rogers (1986) as H. aeneum var. aureoluteum L. Petrini & J.D. Rogers. Its recognition as a distinct species was later […]