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Singerocomus

Singerocomus T.W. Henkel & M.E. Sm., in Henkel et al., Mycologia 108(1): 167 (2016)

 

Etymology: Singero-, referring the late agaricologist Rolf Singer; and -comus (Greek), a god of revelry; in reference to the describer of the type species, which was originally placed in Xerocomus.

Diagnosis: Basidiomata epigeous. Pileus pinkish red to red, tomentose, trama white to light yellow, un changing. Hymenophore tubulose, depressed at stipe, yellow, unchanging, pores subangular. Stipe equal, concolorous or lighter, glabrous or with squamules and scales, base yellow, dull yellow tomentose, trama white to light yellow. Basidiospores olivaceous brown in deposit, smooth, inamyloid. Pleurocystidia present. Cheilocystidia present or absent. Hymenophoral trama parallel to slightly divergent (phylloporoid). Pileipellis a trichodermium, terminal cells cylindrical. Clamp connections absent.

Index Fungorum number: IF 811838

Type species: Singerocomus inundabilis (Singer) T.W. Henkel 2016 in Henkel et al., Mycologia 108(1): 167 (2016)

Species

Singerocomus atlanticus A.C. Magnago 2018

Singerocomus inundabilis (Singer) T.W. Henkel 2016

Singerocomus rubriflavus T.W. Henkel & Husbands 2016

 

Key References

Henkel TW, Obase K, Husbands D, Uehling JK, Bonito G, Aime MC, Smith ME (2016) New Boletaceae taxa from Guyana: Binderoboletus segoi gen. and sp. nov., Guyanaporus albipodus gen. and sp. nov., Singerocomus rubriflavus gen. and sp. nov., and a new combination for Xerocomus inundabilis. Mycologia 108(1):157173

 

About Basidiomycota

The webpage Basidiomycota provides an up-to-date classification and account of all genera of the phylum Basidiomycota.

 

Supported by 

Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI)

project entitled:

"Macrofungi diversity research from the Lancang-Mekong Watershed and surrounding areas"

(Grant No. DBG6280009)

Contact

  • Email: basidio.org@yahoo.com
  • Addresses:
    Mushroom Research Foundation, 292 Moo 18, Bandu District,
    Muang Chiangrai 57100, Thailand
  • The State Key Lab of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.3 1st Beichen West Rd., Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P.R. China


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