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Title: New taxa of Hawaiian corticioid fungi are described with keys to Crustoderma, Radulomyces, and Scopuloides

Author: Gilbertson, Robert L.;

Date: 2003

Source: Mycologia. Vol. 95, no. 3 (2003): Pages 467-473

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Four new species of corticioid fungi from Hawaii are described and illustrated. The new genus Hemmesomyces is described to accommodate the new species H. puauluensis. Radulomyces tantalusensis, Crustoderma fuscatum and Scopuloides magnacystidiata also are described as new. In addition, the new combination Crustoderma vulcanense is proposed. Keys to the species of Crustoderma, Radulomyces and Scopuloides are provided.

Keywords: Corticiaceae, Crustoderma fuscatum, Crustoderma vulcanense, Hemmesomyces puauluensis, Radulomyces tantalusensis, Scopuloides magnacystidiata, taxonomy

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Gilbertson, Robert L. 2003. New taxa of Hawaiian corticioid fungi are described with keys to Crustoderma, Radulomyces, and Scopuloides. Mycologia. Vol. 95, no. 3 (2003): Pages 467-473


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