First person to use this name on MO: Erlon Bailey
Name: Truncospora wisconsinensis
Author: C.L. Zhao & D.H. Pfister
Citation: Phytotaxa 2016. 257(1): 93.
Truncospora wisconsinensis sp. nov., a new poroid wood-inhabiting species, is proposed based on a combination of molecular and morphological data. This species demonstrates a unique combination of characters including: annual habit; pileate basidiomata with a white pileus and pore surface; a dimitic hyphal system with non- to slightly dextrinoid, cyanophilous skeletal hyphae; and ellipsoid, truncate, slightly thick-walled, strongly dextrinoid basidiospores. Phylogenetic analyses using ITS and partial tef1-α support the position of this new species as a sister clade of T. ohiensis.
ZHAO, C.L., XU, F. and PFISTER, D.H., 2016. Morphological and molecular identification of a new species of Truncospora (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) in North America. Phytotaxa, 257(1), pp.89-97. http://www.biotaxa.org/...
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