3 edition of genus Clavulinopsis in North America found in the catalog.
genus Clavulinopsis in North America
Ronald H. Petersen
by published for the New York Botanical Garden in collaboration with the Mycological Society of America [by] Hafner in New York
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 35-36.
|Statement||by Ronald H. Petersen.|
|Series||Mycologia memoir, no. 2|
|Contributions||New York Botanical Garden., Mycological Society of America.|
|LC Classifications||QK629.H9 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||68018251|
The genus Clavulinoides Cushman emended and the new Cretaceous genus Clavulinopsis. Clavulinopsis aurantiocinnabarina [ Basidiomycetes > Agaricales > Clavariaceae > Clavulinopsis by Michael Kuo. en syllables--every last one of them devoted to this tiny little club fungus!. Although the precise North American distribution of Clavulinopsis aurantiocinnabarina is unclear, it appears to be fairly common from roughly Ohio to.
Clavulinopsis atroumbrina (Corner) Z.S. Bi (), (= Clavaria atroumbrina); Clavariaceae Clavulinopsis aurantia Bougher & K. Syme (); Clavariaceae Clavulinopsis aurantiaca Araujo-Neta, G.A. Silva & Gibertoni (); Clavariaceae Clavulinopsis aurantiobrunnea K.S. Thind & Sharda (); Clavariaceae Clavulinopsis aurantiocinnabarina (Schwein.)Missing: North America. Clavulinopsis fusiformis [ Basidiomycetes > Agaricales > Clavariaceae > Clavulinopsis by Michael Kuo. Growing in tight, dense clusters, Clavulinopsis fusiformis is widely distributed, but more common in the northern half of North America. It is distinguished from look-alikes by its clustered growth pattern, its height ( cm), and its bitter taste.
Petersen RH. b – The genus Clavulinopsis in North America. Adendum to Clavulinopsis in North America. Book. Jan ; Kornerup A. The Genus Clavulinopsis in North America, by Ronald H. Peter-sen. Mycologia Memoir No. 2. p. , 6 pl., 76 figs. Hafner Pub-lishing Co. New York and London. Price, $ This systematic memoir is introduced through the brief history of the genus, its phylogeny, and an account of the material and methods used by the author.
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Genus Clavulinopsis in North America. New York, published for the New York Botanical Garden in collaboration with the Mycological Society of America [by] Hafner, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald H Petersen; New York Botanical Garden.; Mycological Society of America.
The Genus Clavulinopsis in North America By Ronald H. Peterson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. 39 pages including 76 figures (line drawings) plus 4 plates with 11 colored photographs.
December, $ In the introductory portion the. Clavulinopsis Clavulinopsis corallinorosacea Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Clavariaceae Genus: Clavulinopsis Overeem Type species Clavulinopsis sulcata Overeem Synonyms Ramaria Holmsk.
Cornicularia Bonord. Donkella Doty Clavulinopsis is a genus of coral fungi in the family Clavariaceae. The genus Class: Agaricomycetes. Clavulinopsis gracillima (Peck) R.H. Petersen, Mycologia Memoirs 2: 30 () [MB#] Synonymy: ≡Clavaria gracillima Peck, Annual Report on the New York State Museum of Natural History 53 () [MB#] =Clavaria flavipes Pers., Neues Magazin für.
Clavulinopsis aurantiocinnabarina f. amoena (Zoll. & Moritzi) R.H. Petersen, Mycologia Memoirs 2: 25 () [MB#]. Clavulinopsis fusiformis. (Sowerby) Corner - Golden Spindles. Phylum: Basidiomycota - Class: Agaricomycetes - Order: Agaricales - Family: Clavariaceae.
Commonly referred to as Golden Spindles, Clavulinopsis fusiformis (syn. Clavaria fusiformis) is a common fairy club fungus of short grassland and woodland clearings.
Clavulinopsis umbrinella, commonly known as the beige coral, is a coral mushroom in the family Clavariaceae. Fruit bodies are initially white before turning pale brown with darker brown tips.
Originally described init is known to occur in Europe and North America where it grows in grass. It is not a common species. Clavulinopsis fusiformis is golden yellow and also appears in unimproved grassland, but it branches only very occasionally and then always near its much more pointed tips.
Calocera viscosa, Yellow Stagshorn, is a wood-rotting woodland fungus with viscid, rubbery antler-like fruitbodies. Clavulinopsis is a genus of foraminifera from the Upper Cretaceous of the United States (Texas, Arkansas), included in the type species is Clavulinopsis hofkeri Banner and Desai, Clavulinopsis has a free aggulinated test with a considerable calcareous groundmass.
The early stage is triserial, later abruptly becoming uniserial; cross section triangular. The Clavulinopsis genus is closely related to Clavulina and Clavaria, but fungi in the Clavulinopsis group have tougher, less brittle fruitbodies that are solid rather than hollow in structure. The most obvious microscopic difference is that Clavulinopsis species have clamp-connections in the tramal tissues.
Clavulinopsis laeticolor is a coral mushroom in the family has fruit bodies with slender, bright orange to yellow arms up to 5 cm (2 in) tall and 3 mm wide. It fruits singly or in loose groups on the ground, often among mosses.A widely distributed species, it is found in Asia, Europe, North America, and New Zealand.
Clavulinopsis fusiformis is a saprobic species. Fruit bodies grow on the ground in loose to dense clusters and scattered troops in grassy areas and among moss. In Asia, it has been reported from Iran, China, Nepal, and Japan. It is also found in Europe and North America. Author(s): Petersen,Ronald H,; National Science Foundation (U.S.) Title(s): The genus Clavulinopsis in North America.
Country of Publication: United States. Therefore, I reduce Clavulinopsis amoena to a color form of C. aurantiocinnabarina, thus attempting to better describe a species with morphological variability, but stable microscopic characters.
Apparently both the typical form and f. amoena occur in Asia (Teng, ) and North America. Clavulinopsis R H. PETERSEN: The genus Clavulinopsis in North America.
(39 pp., 76 figs., 6 ; with general introduction, key and descrip-tions.). Publ. as Mycologia Memoir no. 2 by the New York Botanical Garden and the Myco-logical Society of America, ; available from Hafner Publishing Co., New York and London.
Price 60 s. The species has been collected sporadically in North America. Coker () first used Clavaria helveola for this fungus, later () adopting C.
luteo-alba. However, as explained elsewhere (Petersen, a), no specimen under either name in Coker's collections can be placed under either species. Instead, they all are Clavaria inaequalis Mfill.
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Clavulinopsis sulcata is a coral fungus in the family Clavariaceae. It was originally described by Miles Joseph Berkeley in as Clavaria miniata, from collections made in Uitenhage, South Africa. Clavulinopsis umbrinella (Saccardo) Corner, Ann.
Bot. Mem. 1: PL 1 B; Figs Clavaria umbrinella Saccardo, Sy. Clavulinopsis Overeem. A genus among the clavarioid fungi that comprises 33 species distributed worldwide (Kirk et al.
The species are usually terrestrial, rarely lignicolous, solitary or gregarious, and characterized by white, yellow, orange or red, simple or branched basidiomata; hyaline or slightly yellow, globose or ellipsoid basidiospores, usually smooth, but echinulate in some.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Methven, Andrew S. Genus Clavariadelphus in North America. Berlin: J. Cramer, (OCoLC) Document Type.The Genus Clavulinopsis In North America. MYCOLOGIA MEMOIR NO. 2. PUBLISHED FOR THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN IN COLLABORATION WITH THE. SUMMARY. The nomenclatural history and taxonomic characters of Clavariadelphus fistulosus are reviewed, and a new genus, Macrotyphula, proposed to accommodate this species.
Macrochemical reactions on North American species of Clavariadelphus hitherto unreported or deemphasized, are summarized, with the most interesting being the consistently positive reaction with .