Check List 11(4): e19270, doi: 10.15560/11.4.1671
Amauroderma trichodermatum (Ganodermataceae, Basidiomycota): first record from Bolivia and geographic distribution map, with notes on nomenclature and morphology
expand article infoGerardo Lucio Robledo, Daniel Newman§, Orlando Fabian Popoff|, Elisandro Ricardo Drechsler-Santos, Leif Ryvarden#
‡ Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina§ San Francisco State University, United States of America| Universidad Nacional del Nordest, Argentina¶ Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil# Institute of Biological Sciences, Norway
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Amauroderma trichodermatum is reported from Bolivia, the collection being the fourth one known worldwide. The species is unique in the genus by having a hirsute pileus and a monomitic hyphal system. The use of the epithet “trichodermatum” as a correction for the typographical error “trichodematum” is proposed. A description and illustrations are provided based on the fresh Bolivian specimen, which has been compared with the type.
Amazonia; Bolivia; South America; Neotropical polypores; Rare species