Auriculariales » Auriculariales genera¬†incertae sedis


Ovipoculum Zhu L. Yang & R. Kirschner 2010, in Kirschner et al., Fungal Diversity, 43, 55-65 (2010)

Etymology: Latin, ovumegg, referring to the bulbils, poculumcup.

Diagnosis: Conidiomata cupulate, gelatinous, attached to the substratum with a stipe or sessile, hyaline or coloured, composed of clamped hyphae. Bulbils formed on the surface.

Index Fungorum Number: IF516041

Type species: Ovipoculum album  Zhu L. Yang & R. Kirschner 2010, in Kirschner et al., Fungal Diversity, 43, 55-65 (2010)



Ovipoculum album Zhu L. Yang & R. Kirschner 2010



Kirschner, R., & Yang, Z. L., & Zhao, Q., & Feng, B. (2010). Ovipoculum album, a new anamorph with gelatinous cupulate bulbilliferous conidiomata from China and with affinities to the Auriculariales (Basidiomycota). Fungal Diversity, 43, 55-65.


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