Collection location: Royal Roads University, Colwood, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]
Original Herbarium Label: Tremellodendropsis tuberosa (Grev.) D.A. Crawford
Herbarium specimens: UBC F26414, UBC F26416 (UBC herbarium specimens have a wrong date on the labels: March 2, 2008; it should be March 1, 2008.)
EM micrograph (done at the UBC, Vancouver BC, by Wyth Marshall) shows a septate pore, typical for jelly fungi. The voucher specimen for this EM photograph was collected from this site on March 13, 2008 and it is deposited in the UBC herbarium as UBC F29684.
UBC F26414 GenBank: KU900853 (18S), KU900858 (ITS + 28S)
UBC F26416 GenBank: KU900854 (18S), KU900859 + KU900860 (ITS + 28S)
UBC F26415 GenBank: KU900852 (18S), KU900857 (ITS + 28S)
Berbee, M. L., Wong, E. Y., & Tsui, C. K. 2016. Phylogenetic evidence places the coralloid jelly fungus Tremellodendropsis tuberosa (Tremellodendropsidales) among early diverging Agaricomycetes.
Mycological Progress 1-8.
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