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Title
Issue
Beenken L. (1997)

Nectria decora (Wallr.) Fuckel and its anamorph Fusarium ciliatum Link, sporophagous parasites on Massaria inquinans

Summary: New collections of Nectria decora (Wally.) Fuckel and Fusarium ciliatum Link show that both are parasites of Massaria inquinans (Tode: Fr.) De Not. Their hyphae penetrate and infect the spores of the host. F. ciliatum is identified as the anamorph of N. decora by the identical ecology and morphological characteristics. A description and illustrations of the species are given. The ecology and taxonomy of N. decora are discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 2: 48-60
Bresinsky A. (1997)

Fungi from special habitats (1): Erico-Pinetea and some of their adjacent associations.

Summary: Macromycetes are recorded from the Molinia-Pinus-association and from the Calamagrostio-Pinetum within the Erico-Pinetea. Russula torulosa var. fuscorubra and Entoloma porphyrofibrillum have not been observed in Germany so far; they were found in the Calamagrostio-Pinetum. Entoloma queletii (from the Molinia-Pinus-association) is recorded for the first time in Bavaria. Further records of macromycetes were made in the Alnetum incanae and in the Salicetum eleagni, two communities developing in contact with Erico-Pinetea-associations.

Mycol. Bav. 2: 12-20
Dämon W. (1997)

The Genus Tubulicrinis Donk (Basidiomycota) in the natural forest reserve in Bad Gastein, with notes on its further distribution in the Bundesland Salzburg (Österreich)

Summary: The natural forest reserve "Prossauwald" in Bad Gastein (Salzburg, Austria) has proved to provide favourable environmental conditions to a rich and noteworthy flora of macromycetes and lichens, especially to lignicolous and epixylous species. A list of collections concerning the genus Tubulicrinis (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycota) is given. Ecological and chorological aspects of the species are discussed. In total, 13 species of Tubulicrinis have been recorded in the Bundesland Salzburg so far. Some of them ( T. confusus, T. globisporus , T. hirtellus and T. regificus ) appear to be very sparsely distributed in Middle Europe.

Mycol. Bav. 2: 33-47
Hahn C. (1997)

Hydnellum geogenium (Fr.) Banker - first record for Bavaria after more than 100 years.

Summary: The first Bavarian record of Hydnellum geogenium since 1886 is documented. A brief description and the ecology of the locality are presented. The development of the fruitbodies is shortly described.

Mycol. Bav, 2: 21-24
Hettich F. & Beenken L. (1997)

Xylaria oxyacanthae Tul. & C. Tul., first record for Bavaria.

Summary: Xylaria oxyacanthae was discovered on Crataegus -berries in two localities at Freising (Germany, Oberbayern) in 1995 and 1996. Anamorphs appeared in June, teleomorphic structures developed about six weeks later. First Bavarian records, description, ecology, phenology, illustrations.

Mycol. Bav. 2: 61-64
Lohmeyer T.R. (1997)

Polypores between Inn and Salzach - interim results after thirty years. Part II: The genera Ganoderma and Polyporus

Summary: In the second instalment of his series on the Polypores of the region between the rivers Inn and Salzach (Germany, Oberbayern) and adjacent parts of Oberösterreich, the author describes the distribution and ecology of the genera Ganoderma and Polyporus. (Ganoderma adspersum, G. carnosum, G. lipsiense, G. lucidum, G. resinaceum; Polyporus badius, P. brumalis, P. ciliatus, P. melanopus, P. mori, P. squamosus, P. tuberaster, P. umbellatus, P. varius). In the first paragraph he adds new information on four species treated in Part I (Inonotus dryadeus, Onnia tomentosa, Phellinus contiguus forma racodioides, P. hippopha ë cola).

Mycol. Bav. 2: 25-32
Schreiner J. (1997)

Boletus luteocupreus Bertéa & Estadès, Gelbhütiger Purpurröhrling, first record for Germany.

Summary: First German record of the rare Boletus luteocupreus Bertéa & Estadès (= B. purpureus ss. Marchand = B. torosus ss. auct. plur.) in a thermophilous deciduous forest on calcareous soil near Karlburg (Lower Franconia, Bavaria). The ecological features are given, macro- and microscopical characteristics are described and the taxonomy is discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 2: 2-11