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Calonge F.D. & Sequeira M.M.

  • Contribución al catálogo de los hongos de Madeira (Portugal)

    Boletín de la Sociedad Micológica de Madrid 27: 277-308
    En este trabajo se citan y comentan 249 táxones de hongos de la isla de Madeira, entre ellos los corticiáceos Terana caerulea [como Pulcherricium caeruleum (Schrad.) Parmasto], Stereum hirsutum (Willd.) Gray y Stereum sanguinolentum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.

Dennis R.G.W., Reid D.A. & Spooner B.M.

  • The fungi of Azores

    Kew Bulletin 32: 85-136

Dias M.R.S. & Lucas M.T.

  • Fungi of Madeira and Selvagem Islands

    Boletim da Sociedade Broteriana 2ª. Série 53: 469-476

Dueñas M., Telleria M.T., Melo I., Rodríguez-Armas J.L. & Beltrán-Tejera E.

  • A new species of Candelabrochaete (Polyporales, Basidiomycota)

    Mycotaxon 103: 299-305
    Abstract — A new species of Candelabrochaete (Corticiaceae, Polyporales, Basidiomycota) is described and illustrated from specimens collected in two islands of the Macaronesian region, Faial (Azores) and Madeira. Affinities with other close species as C. africana, C. langloisii and C. septocystidia, are discussed

Dueñas M., Telleria M.T., Melo, I. & Martín, M.P.

  • Lagarobasidium calongei (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycota), a new species of corticioid fungi from Azores Islands

    2008 Anales
    Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 66S1: 41-46
    Abstract — On the base of morphologic and molecular studies, a new species of the genus Lagarobasidium (Aphyllophorales, Basi - diomycota), is described and illustrated. This new species was collected on Pico Island (Azores) and is characterized by having two types of cystidia, clavate leptocystidia and cylindrical skeletocystidia, and smooth, thick-walled spores. It is compared with Lagarobasidium detriticum (Bourdot) Jülich and L. cymosum (D.P. Rogers & H.S. Jacks.) Jülich, until now the only two species of the genus.

Holl F.

Jardim R. & Sequeira M.M.

  • The vascular plants (Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta) of the Madeira and Selvagens archipelagos

    In: Borges et al. (eds.) A list of the terrestrial fungi, flora and fauna of Madeira and Salvagens archipelagos 157-178

Melo I. & Cardoso J.

Melo I., Cardoso J., Dueñas M., Salcedo I. & Telleria M.T.

Melo I., Dueñas M. & Telleria M.T.

  • Repetobasidium azoricum (Basidomycotina, Sistotremaceae), a new species from Azores Islands

    Synopsis Fungorum 25: 6-10
    Abstract — Repetobasidium azoricum Melo, M. Dueñas & Telleria, a new corticioid species, is described and illustrated, from a specimen collected in Azores, growing on Rubus sp. The new taxon is compared with other species of the genus. This species is very close to the specimen LY 12788 from the Reunion Island, noticed but not described, in Boidin et al. (1993), with similar cystidia, differing in the subcylindrical spores, (7-)9-11 x 4-4.5 um, and short basidia, 10-12 x 8-9 um. The African species R. hastatum Hortstam & Ryvarden (Hortstam & Ryvarden, 1980), presents the same kind of lageniform cystidia with adventitious septa but deviates from R. azoricum in the shape of the spores, nearly globose, and in the thick-walled basidial stalks, up to 6-8 um wide. Within the group of Repetobasidium with conical cystidia, the new species agrees with R. americanum J. Erikss. & Hjortstam in spore morphology. It differs, however, in the presence of longer cystidia basally widened, larger spores and shorter basidial stalks which reach 100 um in the latter species.

Telleria M.T., Dueñas M., Beltrán E., Rodríguez-Armas J.L. & Melo I.

  • Gloeodontia xerophila (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycota), a new species with corticioid basidioma from Canary Islands

    Mycologia 100: 673-676
    Abstract — Gloeodontia xerophila sp. nov. is described and illustrated from material collected on dead xerophyte debris in the Canary Islands. This species is characterized by the odontioid hymenophore with short aculei, up to 2 mm long, dimitic hyphal system and amyloid, subglobose and verrucose spores, 4-5 x 3-4 µm. The new taxon is compared with other species in the genus and a key to the species of Gloeodontia is provided.

Telleria M.T., Melo I., Dueñas M., Rodriguez-Armas J.L., Beltrán-Tejera E., Cardoso J. & Salcedo I.

  • Diversity and richness of corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) on Azores Islands: a preliminary survey

    Nova Hedwigia 88: 285-308
    Abstract — The diversity and species richness of corticioid fungi from three islands of the central group of the Azores Archipelago (Faial, Pico and Terceira) are analysed. The study covered 23 localities and found 88 species belonging to 44 genera, 73 being new to the Azores. Hyphodontia, Hyphoderma, Peniophora and Trechispora are the more significant genera and 36 % of these genera are represented by one species only. Considering the available data, it is concluded that this biota shares 73% of its species with that of the East coast of North America, 83% with that of SW Europe (Spain and Portugal), 63% with that of the Canary Islands and 39% with that of Morocco.

Telleria M.T., Melo I., Dueñas M., Salcedo I., Cardoso J., Rodriguez-Armas J.L. & Beltrán-Tejera E.

  • Corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) from Azores Islands: Flores and São Miguel

    Mycotaxon 109: 141-144
    Abstract — The catalogue of corticioid fungi from Flores and São Miguel Islands (Azores archipelago) is presented. The study covered 29 localities and 646 samples were analyzed. This catalogue includes 84 species, 31 of them new to the archipelago. They belong to 34 genera. Trechispora (9 species), Hyphodontia (7 species), Peniophora (6 species), and Hyphoderma (5 species) are the more significant genera. A remarkable feature is the presence in the archipelago of Peniophora bicornis.

  • Corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) from Madeira Island

    Mycotaxon 106: 419-422
    Abstract — The first catalogue of corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) from Madeira Island is presented. The study covered 18 localities and 561 samples were analyzed. This catalogue includes 110 species, 89 of them new to the island. They belong to 50 genera. Hyphodontia, Hyphoderma, Trechispora, Stereum, Botryobasidium and Sistotrema are the more significant. A remarkable fact is the presence in the island of Stereum pseudorimosum, Tubulicium vermiculare and Subulicystidium perlongisporum.

  • Corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) from Madeira Island

    Mycotaxon (versión on line) 106: 419-422

  • Corticioid fungi (Basidiomycota) from Azores Islands: Flores and São Miguel

    Mycotaxon (versión on line) 109: 141-144

Torrend C.

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