1 edition of The Corticiaceae (Basidiomycetes) subfamilies Phlebioideae, Phanerochaetoideae and Hyphodermoideae in Taiwan found in the catalog.
The Corticiaceae (Basidiomycetes) subfamilies Phlebioideae, Phanerochaetoideae and Hyphodermoideae in Taiwan
Sheng Hua Wu
|Statement||Sheng Hua Wu|
|Series||Acta botanica Fennica -- 142, Acta botanica Fennica -- 142.|
|LC Classifications||QH7 .S76 no. 142, QK1 .A36 v.142|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
MykoWeb: Mushrooms, Fungi, Mycology. Book ID: () HJORTSTAM, Kurt, Karl-Henrik LARSSON and Leif RYVARDEN The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Volume 1: Introduction and keys. 20 figs. 59 p. gr8vo. Paper bd. 41,73 € incl. VAT (EU buyers) * 39,74 € excl. VAT (Other buyers) (47,70 US$) Shipping.
Taxonomy. The order was established in by Swedish mycologist Karl-Henrik Larsson, based on molecular phylogenetic research. Though the precise boundaries of the order and its constituent families are yet to be resolved, it includes the Corticiaceae (the type family) as well as the Punctulariaceae and Vuilleminiaceae.. Habitat and distribution. The order is . The crust-like genera Boidinia, Gloeopeniophorella, and Pseudoxenasma, formerly placed in the Corticiaceae or Gloeocystidiellaceae, are now classified in the Russulaceae and basal to the clade of mushroom-forming species described above. Studies have so far failed to clearly circumscribe and place these genera within the family.
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The Corticiaceae of North Europe: Volume 1 Introduction and keys Paperback – January 1, by Karl-Henrik Larsson & Leif Ryvarden Hjortstam, Kurt (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Karl-Henrik Larsson & Leif Ryvarden Hjortstam, Kurt.
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includes almost all european species and genera, with splendid photographs made by some specialists of the subject and completed with a plate of micrographs made by one of the Authors (S.P.
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© Kurt Hjortstam, Karl-Henrik Larsson and Leif Ryvarden Printed in Gronland Grafiske, Oslo Norway ISBN CONTENTS. The genus Phanerochaete (Corticiaceae, Basidiomycotina) sensu lato in Uruguay Sebastian Martínez1 * & Karen K.
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The Corticiaceae of North Europe: Hyphodermella Volume 4 of The Corticiaceae of North Europe, John Eriksson: Author: Leif Ryvarden: Illustrated by: John Eriksson: Publisher: Fungiflora, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: 6 Jul Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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Book: The Corticiaceae of North Europe Volume 2, Aleurodiscus - Confertobasidium. pp pp. Abstract: Keys are provided to the spp., which are described, with their habitat and distribution.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. Reprinted from Mycologia, 74(4),pp. Description: pages illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility. Click to read more about The Corticiaceae of Northern Europe, Volume 3: Coronicium - Hyphoderma by John Eriksson.
LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers All about The Corticiaceae of Northern Europe, Volume 3: Coronicium - Hyphoderma by John : John Eriksson. However, two books can still be useful; Fungi of Switzerland, Volume 2: Non Gilled Fungi: Heterobasidiomycetes, Aphyllophorales, Gastromycetes (Breitenbach & Kranzlin, ) and Fungi Europaei, 12, Corticiaceae s.l.
(Bernicchia & Gorjon, ) are good taxonomic guides, but are too bulky to be brought into the field (and in any case, identification .The Corticiaceae (Basidiomycetes) in Taiwan“Fungi Lexicon” written by Ren-Yu Chen is the first specific book for fungi in the world (Chang et al.
). Furthermore, “The.Corticiaceae is understood to be a group of the Holo-basidiomycetes, comprising genera with resupinate fruit bodies, a monomitic hyphal system and thin-walled, acyanophilous spores, and producing white-rot in wood.
Unfortunately, each of these characters may exceptionally be absent.