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Polyporoid (Basidiomycota) in forest fragments of São José do Rio Preto urban perimeter, São Paulo, Brazil

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Maira Cortellini Abrahão ; Adriana De Mello Gugliotta ; Eleni Gomes
Total Authors: 3
Document type: Journal article
Source: BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY; v. 32, n. 3, p. 427-440, Set. 2009.

A survey of polyporoid fungi from forest fragments of São José do Rio Preto urban perimeter (20°49'12" S, 49°22'44" W), São Paulo state, Brazil was carried out. Eighteen taxa belonging to 11 genera of Agaricales (Schizophyllaceae), Hymenochaetales (Hymenochaetaceae) and Polyporales (Ganodermataceae, Gloeophyllaceae, Meruliaceae and Polyporaceae) were identified: Coriolopsis floccosa (Jungh.) Ryvarden, C. polyzona (Pers.) Ryvarden, Datronia caperata (Berk.) Ryvarden, D. mollis (Somf.:Fr.) Donk., Ganoderma australe (Fr.) Pat., Gloeophyllum striatum (Sw.) Murrill, Gloeoporus thelephoroides (Hook.) G. Cunn., Hexagonia hirta (P. Beauv.) Fr., H. hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo, H. papyracea Berk., Polyporus tenuiculus (P. Beauv.) Fr., Phellinus callimorphus (Lév.) Ryvarden, P. gilvus (Schwein.) Pat., P. umbrinellus (Bres.) Herrera & Bondartseva, Pycnoporus sanguineus (L.) Murrill, Schizophyllum commune Fr., S. umbrinum Berk. and Trametes modesta (Kunze:Fr.) Ryvarden. Datronia mollis is a new record for São Paulo state. Identification key, descriptions and comments of the taxa studied are provided. (AU)