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Baral H.-O. (1999)

Ombrophila hemiamyloidea (Leotiales), a new aquatic discomycete

Language: english

Summary: The new species is marginal in the genus Ombrophila ( = Neobulgaria, Leotiaceae) on account of its hemiamyloid spore sheaths and apical rings, and its spores being septate when ejected, cha­racters which are so far unknown in the genus. It shares some characters with the families Mollisiaceae and Vibrisseaceae . No anamorphic state was obtained in pure culture. A similar collection of an undeter­mined Ombrophila, and isotype material of Zugazaea agyrioides is compared with the new species. The new combination Vibrissea catarhyta replaces the later synonym V. strossmayerioides. Graddonia coracina is reported as possibly new to the American continent.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 50-63
Bauer G. (1999)

Bavarian records of Pseudoplectania sphagnophila (Pers.: Fr.) Kreisel (Ascomycota, Pezizales, Sarcoscyphaceae)

Summary: First Bavarian records of Pseudoplectania sphagnophila (Pers.: Fr.) Kreisel are reported. The species was discovered, almost simultaneously, in two Upper Bavarian peatbogs among Sphagnum . The author compares his collection to other species of the genus, noting especially some morphological differences in the structure of the paraphyses.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 44-49
Christan J. (1999)

Was ist Ramaria stricta var. concolor Corner?

Summary: The author describes and discusses several collections of Ramaria concolor (Corner) R. H. Petersen and R. stricta var. concolor Corner. He concludes that a separation of these taxa on species-level cannot be upheld.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 34-43

Dämon W. & Türk R. (1999)

Ecological comments on some corticioid Basidiomycetes in semi-natural coniferous forests in he Alps (Salzburg, Austria)

Summary: The ecology and coenology of lignicolous corticioid fungi have been investigated in various forest types in the Alps (Salzburg, Austria). Specific demands on environmental conditions and substrats have been observed with regard to several well-defined parameters. For eight species (see key words) that prefer or are restricted to semi-natural coniferous forests, resp. to natural forest reserves, the results are dis­cussed. Two species of Repetobasidium are illustrated by colour photographs.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 24-33
Fischer M. & Wagner T. (1999)

Inonotus hastifer , Inonotus naodulosus und Inonotus radiatus : drei nahe verwandte Vertreter der Schillerporlinge

Summary: A synopsis of distinctive characters is provided for the closely related species Inonotus hastifer, I. nodulosus and I. radiatus. A reliable differentiation between the taxa can be obtained by combination of data based on microscopy, ecology, culture behavior, pairing tests and restriction analysis. Inonotus radiatus seems somewhat less related when compared with I. hastifer and I. nodulosus.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 16-23
Hahn C. (1999)

Xerocomus persicolor - a remarkable Bolete from Greece

Summary: A collection of Xerocomus persicolor from Greece is compared with material of the holotype deposited in Munich (M). A detailed description emphasizing the microscopical features and the habitat is given.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 6-10
Lohmeyer T.R. (1999)

Polypores between Inn and Salzach - interim results after thirty years. Part III: The genera Trametes and Trichaptum

Summary: In the third instalment of his series on the Polypores of the region between the rivers Inn and Salzach (Germany, Upper Bavaria) and adjacent parts of Upper Austria, the author describes the distribution and ecology of the genera Trametes and Trichaptum.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 11-15
Unger H.-G. (1999)

Russula flavispora (Blum) Romagn. - first German record

Summary: The author presents a description of the first German record of Russula flavispora (Blum) Romagn. 1967 (Russulales, Russulaceae ). The species, hitherto known primarily from Southern and Western Europe, was found in a park at Niendorf (Schleswig-Holstein) on lawn under Quercus robur, Corylus avellana and Carpinus betulus. The article is illustrated with a colour photograph and a SEM-photograph of the spores. The site is known for the occurrence of numerous rare macrofungi and, therefore, has been accorded protected status by local authorities.

Mycol. Bav. 3: 2-5