Underwoodia columnaris
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Underwoodia columnaris Peck, Rep. (Annual) New York State Mus. Nat. Hist., 43: 78 (1890).

 

Basionym Underwoodia columnaris Peck, Rep. (Annual) New York State Mus. Nat. Hist., 43: 78 (1890).

Diagnosis Underwoodia columnaris, n. sp. [Plate 4. Figs. 1 to 4.] Receptacle columnar, straight or slightly curved above, externally somewhat sulcate-costate or lacunosely uneven, whitish or brownish, within white, containing several longitudinal cavities, stemless; asci cylindrical, .007 to .008 in. long .0006 broad; spores elliptical verruculose, .0008 to .0009 in. long, .0005 broad, colorless, containing a single large nucleus.
Plant 4 to 6 inches high, 8 to 12 lines broad.
Among fallen leaves. Kirkville, Onondaga county. July.

Type ex herb. Peck (NY) - holotypus

Homotypic Helvella columnaris (Peck) Eckblad, Nytt Mag. Bot., 15 (1-2): 91 (1968).

MycoBank 161599

 

Literature
Dissing H. 1966. The genus Helvella in Europe, with special emphasis on the species found in Norden. Dansk Botanisk Arkiv, 25 (1): 1-172. 
Eckblad F.E. 1968. The genera of the operculate Discomycetes. A re-evaluation of their taxonomy, phylogeny and nomenclature. Nytt Magasin for Botanikk, 15 (1-2): 1-191.
Harper E.T. 1918. Two remarkable Discomycetes. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 45 (2): 77-86. 
Peck C.H. 1890. Report of the Botanist (1889). Report (Annual) of the New York State Museum of Natural History, 43: 51-97. 
Seaver F.J. 1918. Photographs and descriptions of cup-fungi - VII. The genus Underwoodia. Mycologia, 10 (1): 1-3.
Shaffer R.L., Rogerson C.T. 1952. Notes on the fleshy fungi of Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 55 (3): 282-286.


Classification Helvellaceae, Underwoodia


CreatedDate 26.03.2018.

UpdatedDate 26.03.2018.

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