Mycoleptodonoides

Mycoleptodonoides is a genus of tooth fungi in the family Meruliaceae. The genus was circumscribed by M.I. Nikolajeva in 1952 with M. vassiljevae, described from Ussuri, Russia, as the type species.[1] This fungus, known only from the type locality and northern China, is little known. The more widely distributed M. aitchisonii is found in habitats ranging from subtropical to boreal.[2] The generic name combines the name Mycoleptodon and the Greek root -oides, meaning "resembling".[3]

Mycoleptodonoides
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Mycoleptodonoides

M.I.Nikol. (1952)
Type species
Mycoleptodonoides vassiljevae
M.I.Nikol. (1952)
Species

M. aitchisonii
M. pergamenea
M. sharmae
M. tropicalis
M. vassiljevae

DescriptionEdit

Mycoleptodonoides species have fruitbodies with caps with "teeth" on the underside. It has a monomitic hyphal system with generative hyphae containing clamp connections. Spores are small and smooth, and non-reactive with Melzer's reagent (non-amyloid).[4]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Nikolajeva, T.L. (1952). "Novyi rod ezhovikvykh (sem. Hydnaceae) gribov" [A new genus of hydnaceous fungi]. Botanicheskie Materialy Otdela Sporovykh Rastenii. Botanichescheskii Institut Akademia Nauk SSR. 8: 117–121.
  2. ^ a b Das, K.; Stalpers, J.A.; Stielow, J.B. (2014). "Two new species of hydnoid-fungi from India". IMA Fungus. 4 (2): 359–369. doi:10.5598/imafungus.2013.04.02.15. PMC 3905948. PMID 24563842.  
  3. ^ Donk, M.A. (1963). "The generic names proposed for Hymenomycetes. XIII: Additions and corrections to parts I-IX, XII (conclusion)". Taxon. 12 (4): 153–168. doi:10.2307/1216184. JSTOR 1216184.
  4. ^ a b Yuan, H.S.; Dai, Y.C. (2009). "Hydnaceous fungi of China 4. Mycoleptodonoides tropicalis sp. nov., and a key to the species in China". Mycotaxon. 110: 233–238. doi:10.5248/110.233.
  5. ^ Maas Geesteranus, R.A. (1961). "A Hydnum from Kashmir". Persoonia. 1 (4): 409–413.
  6. ^ Aoshima, K.; Furukawa, H. (1966). "日本菌学会会報" [Some Japanese species of hydnaceous fungi growing on wood]. Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan. 7: 133–143.