Name: Fomitiporia punctata (P. Karst.) Murrill
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Nomenclature:

Rank: Species

Status: Accepted

Name: Fomitiporia punctata

ICN Identifier: missing

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Author: (P. Karst.) Murrill

Citation: Lloydia 10: 254 (1947)

Deprecated Synonyms: Phellinus punctatus (Fr.) Pilát, Fomitiporia punctata (Fr.) Murrill, Phellinus punctatus (P. Karst.) Pilát, Fomitiporella punctata (P. Karst.) Teixeira, Fuscoporia punctata (P. Karst.) G. Cunn., Polyporus punctatus Fr., Poria punctata P. Karst.

Classification:

Domain: Eukarya

Kingdom: Fungi

Phylum: Basidiomycota

Class: Agaricomycetes

Order: Hymenochaetales

Family: Hymenochaetaceae

Genus: Fomitiporia

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Literature :
Ota, Y; Hattori, T; Nakamura, H; Terashima, Y; Lee, S.S; Miyuki, Y; Sotome, K. 2014. Taxonomy and phylogenetic position of Fomitiporia torreyae, a causal agent of trunk rot on Sanbu-sugi, a cultivar of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) in Japan. Mycologia. 106(1):66-76

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Remarks (internal) : This species is easily distinguished from F. torreyae by the lack of hymenial setae and larger basidiospores. In addition, the distribution range of both species might not overlap. In eastern Asia, F. punctata is widespread in cool temperate to boreal areas while F. torreyae is restricted to warm temperate to subtropical areas.
Description type : Non-original description

Description : Fomitiporia punctata (Pilát) Murrill, Lloydia 10:254 (1947).

Basidiocarps resupinate, perennial. Pores round, 6-8/mm; pore surface light brown, yellowish brown to dark brown glancing, marginal sterile zone membranous or indistinct, yellowish brown. Tubes fibrous-corky to woody, stratified or not, up to 5 mm deep in each layer. Subiculum thin, without a crust. Hyphal system dimitic. Trama hyphae subregular to interwoven, non-agglutinated. Trama generative hyphae 1.5-3 µm diam. Trama skeletal hyphae thick-walled with wide lumen to almost solid, 2.5-4 µm diam. Hymenial setae lacking. Basidiospores subglobose, slightly thick-walled, hyaline, dextrinoid, 5.5-8.5 × 5-7.5 µm.
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