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Ecology

Associations

Fungus / feeder
plasmodium of Badhamia utricularis feeds on basidiome of Stereum hirsutum

In Great Britain and/or Ireland:
Fungus / saprobe
fruitbody of Boidinia peroxydata is saprobic on decayed basidiome of Stereum hirsutum

Fungus / parasite
gregarious or scattered, erumpent or superficial perithecium of Helminthosphaeria corticiorum parasitises decaying fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum

Fungus / parasite
Cladobotryum anamorph of Hypomyces rosellus parasitises fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum
Other: major host/prey

Fungus / parasite
crowded, subiculate perithecium of Melanospora caprina parasitises fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum

Fungus / parasite
Gliocladium anamorph of Sphaerostilbella aureonitens parasitises fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum
Other: major host/prey

Fungus / parasite
scattered or gregarious perithecium of Sphaerostilbella berkeleyana parasitises fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum

Foodplant / parasite
fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum parasitises live wood of Broadleaved trees and shrubs

Foodplant / saprobe
fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum is saprobic on dead, fallen, decayed wood of Pinopsida
Remarks: Other: uncertain

Fungus / parasite
fruitbody of Tremella aurantia parasitises live fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum

Fungus / parasite
basidiome of Tremella steidleri parasitises live fruitbody of Stereum hirsutum

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Stereum hirsutum

Stereum hirsutum is a fungus typically forming multiple brackets on dead wood. It is also a plant pathogen infecting peach trees. S. hirsutum is in turn parasitised by certain other species such as the fungus Tremella aurantia.[1] Substrates for S. hirsutum include dead limbs and trunks of both hardwoods and conifers.[2]

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  1. ^ C. Michael Hogan. 2009
  2. ^ USDA. 2009
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