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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
                                        
Specimen Records:12Public Records:8
Specimens with Sequences:10Public Species:5
Specimens with Barcodes:9Public BINs:0
Species:9         
Species With Barcodes:6         
          
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Locations of barcode samples

Collection Sites: world map showing specimen collection locations for Ramariopsis

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Ramariopsis

Ramariopsis is a genus of fungi in the Clavariaceae family.[1] The genus has a widespread distribution and contains 44 species.[2] Basidiome erect, stalked, branched several times, often dichotomously, sometimes antler-like, branches cylindrical or flattened, with pointed or rounded apex, brittle or fairly tough, in various colours. Hyphae more or less swollen, with clamps. Basidia mostly 4-spored. Spores broadly ellipsoid or subspherical, small, maximum length 5.5μm, hyaline, finely echinulate or warted, each with a large oil-drop or guttule.[3]

The name means 'having the appearance of Ramaria'.

Distribution[edit]

Ramariopsis species are widely distributed in semi-evergreen to wet evergreen shola forests of the Western Ghats, Kerala, India and occur scattered in dense clumps on soil and rarely on rotten wood.[3] Two species, viz. Ramariopsis kunzei and R. pulchella have been reported from the Western Ghats. [3]

Species[edit]

R. agglutinataR. alutaceaR. antillarumR. asperulosporaR. asterellaR. aurantioolivaceaR. avellaneaR. avellaneo-inversaR. bicolorR. biformisR. bizzozerianaR. californicaR. cinnamomeaR. cinnamomipesR. citrinaR. clavuligeraR. corniculataR. costaricensisR. cremicolorR. croceaR. curtaR. dealbataR. depokensisR. dichotomaR. flavescensR. fusiformisR. helvolaR. hibernicaR. holmskjoldiiR. junquilleaR. kunzeiR. laeticolorR. lentofragilisR. lignicolaR. longipesR. lorithamnusR. luteoochraceaR. luteotenerrimaR. macropusR. minutulaR. novahibernicaR. ovisporaR. pseudosubtilisR. pulchellaR. ramarioidesR. rufipesR. simplexR. subarcticaR. subtilisR. tenuiculaR. tenuiramosaR. tortuosaR. umbrinellaR. vestitipes

References[edit]

[3]

  1. ^ Corner EJH. (1950). A Monograph of Clavaria and Allied Genera. Annals of Botany Memoirs 1. Cambridge University Press. p. 700. 
  2. ^ Kirk PM, Cannon PF, Minter DW, Stalpers JA. (2008). Dictionary of the Fungi (10th ed.). Wallingford, UK: CAB International. p. 591. ISBN 978-0-85199-826-8. 
  3. ^ a b c d Mohanan C. (2011). Macrofungi of Kerala. Kerala, India: Kerala Forest Research Institute. p. 597. ISBN 81-85041-73-3. 
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