Notes on some rare polypores, found in Russia 3. Genera Anoloma, Hyphodontia, Lindtneria, and Sistotrema

Authors: Spirin, Wjacheslav A. & Zmitrovich, Ivan V.
Journal: Karstenia, Volume 47 (2007), Issue 2, pages 55-59.
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Key words: corticoid fungi, polypores, virgin forest

Abstract: Anomoloma albolutescens (Romell) Niemelä & K.H. Larss. is found for the first time in European Russia. Ecology and distribution of this species are briefly reviewed.Poria buxi Bondartsev is a later synonym of Hyphodontia flavipora (Cooke) Sheng H. Wu. Hyphodontia radula (Schrad. : Fr.) E. Langer & Vesterholt was found to be widely distributed in hemiboreal European Russia. Lindtneria trachyspora (Bourdot & Galzin) Pilát and Sistotrema dennisii Malençon are reported as new to Russia.Sistotrema brunneolum Spirin & Zmitr. is described as a new species closely related to S. alboluteum (Bourdot & Galzin) Bondartsev & Singer. The new species is characterized by relatively firm, brownish, porioid basidiocarps, two- or four-sterigmate basidia, and short-cylindrical to ellipsoid, thick-walled spores. The isolated position of both S. brunneolum and S. alboluteum within the genus Sistotrema is discussed.