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Blaschke, M. (2002)

The needles of Pinus mugo, habitat for two species of Mycosphaerella

Summary: Two Mycosphaerella- species , M. pini E. Rostrup and M. dearnessii Barr, associated with their anamorphs, were observed in 2000 in unusual frequency in several regions of Southern Bavaria north of the Alps. The occurrence inferred strong loss of needles in Pinus mugo and Pinus sylvestris. A short description of both species, known from the U.S.A. since the 19th century, is given.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 55-60
Christan, J. (2002)

Ramaria murrillii ein Erstfund für Deutschland

Summary: R. murrillii is described and compared with R. roellinii , based on several new collections of R. murrillii from Southern Germany.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 13-19
Dämon, W. (2002)

A record of Gloeocystidiellum bisporum from the Herreninsel in Lake Chiemsee (Bavaria, Germany)

Summary: Based on a recent collection from the "Herreninsel" in Lake Chiemsee (Bavaria), t he corticioid fungus Gloeocystidiellum bisporum (Basidiomycota) is described. The morphology and taxonomy of the species hitherto only reported from France is discussed. A concise survey of bisporic corticioid fungi is given. The record from Bavaria supports the assumption that G. bisporum favours warm and humid climates. Thus, the distribution area and distribution density of the species possibly will increase in future as a consequence of the global warming.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 20-27
Hahn, C. (2002)

Xeromphalina fraxinophila , a little known omphaloid fungus.

Summary: A record of the little known Xeromphalina fraxinophila from the French Alps is described in detail. The rhizomorphs are compared with Marasmiellus perforans, the systematic position of Xeromphalina is discussed briefly.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 2-12
Hahn, C. (2002)

Inonotus dryadeus on white fir.

Summary: A specimen of Inonotus dryadeus on white fir (Abies alba) was collected in the Bavarian Alps. The peculiar substrate and habitat are discussed and compared with ecological data from Europe and North America.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 40-42
Lohmeyer, T. R. & Kasparek F. (2002)

Ionomidotis fulvotingens, Encoelia fascicularis and Velutarina rufoolivacea , three inconspicuos inoperculate Discomyceses of the subfamily Encoelioideae

Summary: The authors present new records of the rare inoperculate Discomycete Ionomidotis fulvotingens from North Rhine-Westphalia, Bavaria (Germany) and Salzburg (Austria). They describe and illustrate the macro- and microscopical features. The ecology and the distribution of the species are discussed and compared with the related species Encoelia fascicularis and Velutarina rufoolivacea.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 43-55
Lohmeyer, T. R. (2002)

Polypores between Inn and Salzach - interim results after thirty years. Part V: The genera Bondarzewia, Fomes, Fomitopsis, Grifola, Hapalopilus, Heterobasidion, Lenzites, Meripilus, Oxyporus, Perenniporia, Physisporinus, Pycnoporus und Skeletocutis

Summary: In the fifth 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 Bondarzewia, Fomes, Fomitopsis, Grifola, Hapalopilus, Heterobasidion, Lenzites, Meripilus, Oxyporus, Perenniporia, Physisporinus, Pycnoporus, and Skeletocutis.

Mycol. Bav. 5: 28-39