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Bankeraceae

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The Bankeraceae are a family of fungi in the order Thelephorales. Taxa are terrestrial, and ectomycorrhizal with plant species in families such as Pinaceae or Fagaceae.[1] The family was circumscribed by Marinus Anton Donk in 1961.[2] According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 6 genera and 98 species.[3]

Genera

The family consists of the following genera:

References

  1. ^ Cannon PF, Kirk PM (2007). Fungal Families of the World. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. pp. 33–4. ISBN 978-0-85199-827-5.
  2. ^ Donk MA. (1961). "Four new families of Hymenomycetes". Persoonia. 1 (4): 405–7.
  3. ^ Kirk PM, Cannon PF, Minter DW, Stalpers JA (2008). Dictionary of the Fungi (10th ed.). Wallingford, UK: CAB International. p. 76. ISBN 978-0-85199-826-8.

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Bankeraceae: Brief Summary

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The Bankeraceae are a family of fungi in the order Thelephorales. Taxa are terrestrial, and ectomycorrhizal with plant species in families such as Pinaceae or Fagaceae. The family was circumscribed by Marinus Anton Donk in 1961. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 6 genera and 98 species.

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Les Bankeraceae sont des champignons de l'ordre des Thelephorales[1], caractérisés par l'aspect hydné.

Taxonomie des Bankeraceae

Cette famille présente cinq genres :

Le genre Bankera

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Le genre Bankera[2]
  • Bankera fuligineoalba
  • Bankera violascens

Le genre Boletopsis

  • Boletopsis atrata
  • Boletopsis grisea
  • Boletopsis leucomelaena
  • Boletopsis perplexa
  • Boletopsis smithii

Le genre Corneroporus

  • Corneroporus subcitrinus

Le genre Hydnellum

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Le genre Hydnellum[3]
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Le genre Hydnellum[4]
  • Hydnellum aurantiacum
  • Hydnellum auratile
  • Hydnellum caeruleum
  • Hydnellum chrysinum
  • Hydnellum coalitum
  • Hydnellum compactum
  • Hydnellum complicatum
  • Hydnellum concrescens
  • Hydnellum cristatum
  • Hydnellum cruentum
  • Hydnellum crustulinum
  • Hydnellum cumulatum
  • Hydnellum cyanodon
  • Hydnellum cyanopodium
  • Hydnellum earlianum
  • Hydnellum ferrugineum
  • Hydnellum fraudulentum
  • Hydnellum frondosum
  • Hydnellum geogenium
  • Hydnellum gracilipes
  • Hydnellum mirabile
  • Hydnellum multiceps
  • Hydnellum nigellum
  • Hydnellum papuanum
  • Hydnellum peckii
  • Hydnellum regium
  • Hydnellum scleropodium
  • Hydnellum scrobiculatum
  • Hydnellum septentrionale
  • Hydnellum singeri
  • Hydnellum spongiosipes
  • Hydnellum staurastrum
  • Hydnellum suaveolens
  • Hydnellum subzonatum
  • Hydnellum tardum

Le genre Phellodon

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Le genre Phellodon[5]
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Le genre Phellodon[6]
  • Phellodon atratus
  • Phellodon confluens
  • Phellodon excentrimexicanus
  • Phellodon fibulatus
  • Phellodon implicatus
  • Phellodon maliensis
  • Phellodon melaleucus
  • Phellodon niger
  • Phellodon nothofagi
  • Phellodon plicatus
  • Phellodon putidus
  • Phellodon rufipes
  • Phellodon secretus
  • Phellodon sinclairii
  • Phellodon tenuis
  • Phellodon tomentosus

le genre Sarcodon

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Le genre Sarcodon[7]
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Le genre Sarcodon[8]
  • Sarcodon aglaosoma
  • Sarcodon atroviridis
  • Sarcodon caliginosus
  • Sarcodon calvatus
  • Sarcodon conchyliatus
  • Sarcodon dissimulans
  • Sarcodon excentricus
  • Sarcodon fennicus
  • Sarcodon fuligineoviolaceus
  • Sarcodon fuscoindicus
  • Sarcodon glaucopus
  • Sarcodon harrisonii
  • Sarcodon humilis
  • Sarcodon ianthinus
  • Sarcodon illudens
  • Sarcodon imbricatus
  • Sarcodon joeides
  • Sarcodon lanuginosus
  • Sarcodon lepidus
  • Sarcodon leucopus
  • Sarcodon lundellii
  • Sarcodon martioflavus
  • Sarcodon praestans
  • Sarcodon procerus
  • Sarcodon quietus
  • Sarcodon regalis
  • Sarcodon rimosus
  • Sarcodon rutilus
  • Sarcodon scabrosus
  • Sarcodon squamosus
  • Sarcodon stereosarcinon
  • Sarcodon subfelleus
  • Sarcodon thwaitesii
  • Sarcodon underwoodii
  • Sarcodon ustalis
  • Sarcodon versipellis
  • Sarcodon wrightii

Notes et références

  1. Donk MA., « Four new families of Hymenomycetes », Persoonia, vol. 1, no 4,‎ 1961, p. 405–7 (lire en ligne)
  2. Bankera violascens Ontario, Canada
  3. Hydnellum aurantiacum
  4. Hydnellum peckii
  5. Phellodon niger, Maillorque
  6. Phellodon niger, Maine, USA
  7. Sarcodon imbricatus
  8. Sarcodon glaucopus

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Les Bankeraceae sont des champignons de l'ordre des Thelephorales, caractérisés par l'aspect hydné.

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