Phlebia

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Phlebia
Phlebia radiata 80599.jpg
Phlebia radiata
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Phlebia

Fr. (1821)
Type species
Phlebia radiata
Fr. (1821)
Species

86, see text

Synonyms[2]

Phlebia is a genus of mostly crust fungi in the family Meruliaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution.[3] Phlebia species cause white rot.

Taxonomy[edit]

Phlebia was circumscribed by Swedish mycologist Elias Fries in his 1821 work Systema Mycologicum. He included four species: P. merismoides, P. radiata, P. contorta, and P. vaga.[4]

Several molecular studies have demonstrated that Phlebia is a collection of sometimes unrelated taxa that share some morphological similarities.[5][6] In a 2015 study, Floudas and Hibbett identified a "core Phlebia clade" within the larger Phlebioid clade, containing P. radiata, P. acerina, P. floridensis, P. setulosa, P. brevispora, and P. tremellosa.[7] A subsequent study suggested that P. lindtneri, P. serialis and P. leptospermi should be added to this core group.[6]

Phlebia-like fungi with aculei (spines) are often included in the genera Mycoacia if they are monomitic, and Mycoaciella if they are dimitic or trimitic.[8]

Species[edit]

Phlebia centrifuga
Phlebia coccineofulva
Phlebia lilascens
Phlebia serialis
Phlebia tremellosa

As of May 2018, Index Fungorum accepts 89 species of Phlebia:[9]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ de Koker, Theodorus H.; Nakasone, Karen K.; Haarhof, Jacques; Burdsall Jr, Harold H.; Janse, Bernard J.H. (2003). "Phylogenetic relationships of the genus Phanerochaete inferred from the internal transcribed spacer region" (PDF). Mycological Research. 107 (9): 1032–1040. doi:10.1017/S095375620300827X. PMID 14563129.
  6. ^ a b Kuuskeri, Jaana; Mäkelä, Miia R.; Isotalo, Jarkko; Oksanen, Ilona; Lundell, Taina (2015). "Lignocellulose-converting enzyme activity profiles correlate with molecular systematics and phylogeny grouping in the incoherent genus Phlebia (Polyporales, Basidiomycota)". BMC Microbiology. 15: 217. doi:10.1186/s12866-015-0538-x. open access
  7. ^ Floudas, Dimitrios; Hibbett, David S. (2015). "Revisiting the taxonomy of Phanerochaete (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) using a four gene dataset and extensive ITS sampling". Fungal Biology. 119: 679–719. doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2015.04.003.
  8. ^ Zíbarová, Lucie (2017). "Notes on corticioid fungi of the Czech Republic. I. Phlebia acanthocystis and Phlebia bispora (Meruliaceae)" (PDF). Czech Mycology. 69 (1): 65–76. open access
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  13. ^ Kaur, Gurpreet; Singh, Avneet P.; Dhingra, G.S. (2017). "Phlebia brevibasidia sp. nov. from India". Mycotaxon. 132 (1): 95–97. doi:10.5248/132.95.
  14. ^ Nakasone, K.K.; Eslyn, W.E. (1981). "A new species, Phlebia brevispora, a cause of internal decay in utility poles". Mycologia. 73: 803–811.
  15. ^ Singh, Avneet P.; G.S. Dhingra, Priyanka; Singla, Nishi (2010). "A new species of Phlebia (Basidiomycetes) from India". Mycotaxon. 112: 21–24. doi:10.5248/112.21.
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  29. ^ Duhem, Bernard (2009). "Phlebia pyrenaica sp. nov., une nouvelle espèce méditerranéenne" [Phlebia pyrenaica sp nov., a new mediterranean species]. Cryptogamie Mycologie (in French). 30 (4): 319–328.
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