Cantharellales » Hydnaceae

Neoburgoa

Neoburgoa Diederich, E. Zimm. & Lawrey, in Lawrey et al., The Bryologist 119 (4): 344 (2016)

Diagnosis: Characterized by immersed to superficial, yellow to orange, roundish to ellipsoid or irregular bulbils, 150300 (–700) µm diam., internally of roundish to ellipsoid or polyhedral, thick-walled cells, 10-20 µm diam., clamps absent in bulbils, but present in culture.

Index Fungorum number: IF818611

Type species: Neoburgoa freyi Diederich, E. Zimm. & Lawrey, in Lawrey et al., The Bryologist 119 (4): 344 (2016)

 

Figure 1. Best-scoring nuLSU RAxML phylogram of species used in the analysis, showing the placement of Neoburgoa freyi. Internal branches in boldface indicate posterior probabilities 0.95 and numbers are ML-BS values 70. Arrows indicate described bulbilliferous species that are ± lichenicolous.

References:

Lawrey, J. D., Zimmermann, E., Sikaroodi, M., & Diederich, P. (2016). Phylogenetic diversity of bulbil-forming lichenicolous fungi in Cantharellales including a new genus and species. The Bryologist, 119(4), 341-349.

 

About Basidiomycota

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Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI)

project entitled:

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

(Grant No. DBG6280009)

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