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Four new corticioid species in Trechisporales (Basidiomycota) from East Asia and notes on phylogeny of the order

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Abstract

Four new species in Trechisporales from East Asia, Dextrinocystis calamicola, Subulicystidium acerosum, S. tropicum and Tubulicium bambusicola, are described and illustrated, based on morphological and molecular evidence. The phylogeny of Trechisporales was inferred from a combined dataset of ITS-nrLSU sequences. In the phylogenetic tree, Sistotremastrum formed a family-level clade of its own, sister to the Hydnodontaceae clade formed by all other genera. Dextrinocystis, is for the first time, confirmed as a member of Hydnodontaceae. A key to all the accepted genera in Trechisporales is given.

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Liu, S. L., Ma, H. X., He, S. H., & Dai, Y. C. (2019). Four new corticioid species in Trechisporales (Basidiomycota) from East Asia and notes on phylogeny of the order. MycoKeys, 48, 97–113. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.48.31956

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