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Daedaleopsis

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Daedaleopsis is a genus of fungi in the family Polyporaceae. The name Daedaleopsis is a reference to Daedalus, the labyrinth-maker of myth. Similarly, the maze-like pattern of pores is taxonomically described as being daedaloid. DNA was recovered and sequenced from fragments of a nearly 7000-year-old fruit body of D. tricolor found in an early Neolithic village in Rome.[2]

Taxonomy

The genus was circumscribed by German mycologist Joseph Schröter in 1888.[1]

Description

Daedaleopsis fungi have basidiocarps that are annual, with a cap or effused-reflexed (crust-like with the edges forming cap-like structures). Their colour is pale brown to deep red, zonate, with a mostly smooth cap surface, lamellate to tubular hymenophore, and a pale brown context. Microscopic features include a trimitic hyphal system with clamped generative hyphae, and the presence of dendrohyphidia. Daedaleopsis has hyaline, thin-walled, and slightly curved cylindrical spores that are negative in Melzer's reagent and Cotton Blue.[3]

Habitat and distrituion

Daedaleopsis fungi cause white rot, and are widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere.[3]

Species

A 2008 estimate placed six species in the genus.[4] As of October 2016, Index Fungorum accepts 10 species of Daedaleopsis:

References

  1. ^ a b c Schröter, J. (1888). Kryptogamen-Flora von Schlesien. Vol. 3-1(4) (in German). p. 492.
  2. ^ Bernicchia, Annarosa; Fugazzola, Maria A.; Gemelli, Vittorio; Mantovani, Barbara; Lucchetti, Andrea; Cesari, Michele; Speroni, Ester (2006). "DNA recovered and sequenced from an almost 7000 y-old Neolithic polypore, Daedaleopsis tricolor". Mycological Research. 110 (1): 14–17. doi:10.1016/j.mycres.2005.09.012. PMID 16376065.
  3. ^ a b c Li, Hai-Jiao; Si, Jing; He, Shuang-Hui (2016). "Daedaleopsis hainanensis sp. nov. (Polyporaceae, Basidiomycota) from tropical China based on morphological and molecular evidence". Phytotaxa. 275 (3): 294–300. doi:10.11646/phytotaxa.275.3.7.
  4. ^ Kirk, P.M.; Cannon, P.F.; Minter, D.W.; Stalpers, J.A. (2008). Dictionary of the Fungi (10th ed.). Wallingford, UK: CAB International. p. 193. ISBN 978-0-85199-826-8.
  5. ^ a b c Imazeki, R. (1943). "Genera of Polyporaceae of Nippon". Bulletin of the Tokyo Science Museum. 6: 1–111 (see p.&nbsp, 77).
  6. ^ Bondartsev, A. (1963). "Species pro URSS rarae et novae Polyporacearum". Botanicheskie Materialy Otdela Sporovyh Rastenij Botanicheskogo Instituti Imeni V.L. Komarova. 16: 113–125.
  7. ^ Zmitrovich, Ivan V.; Malysheva, Vera F. (2013). "Towards a phylogeny of Trametes alliance (Basidiomycota, Polyporales)". Mikologiya I Fitopatologiya. 47 (6): 358–380.
  8. ^ Ryvarden, L. (1984). "Type studies in the Polyporaceae. 16. Species described by J.M. Berkeley, either alone or with other mycologists from 1856 to 1886". Mycotaxon. 20 (2): 329–363 (see p.&nbsp, 350).
  9. ^ Niemelä, T. (1982). "Taxonomic notes on the polypore genera Antrodiella, Daedaleopsis, Fibuloporia and Phellinus". Karstenia. 22: 11–12.
  10. ^ Dai, Y.C. (1996). "Changbai wood-rotting fungi 7: a checklist of the polypores". Fungal Science. 11: 79–105.
  11. ^ Bondartsev, A.; Singer, R. (1941). "Zur Systematik der Polyporaceae". Annales Mycologici. 39 (1): 43–65.
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Daedaleopsis: Brief Summary

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Daedaleopsis is a genus of fungi in the family Polyporaceae. The name Daedaleopsis is a reference to Daedalus, the labyrinth-maker of myth. Similarly, the maze-like pattern of pores is taxonomically described as being daedaloid. DNA was recovered and sequenced from fragments of a nearly 7000-year-old fruit body of D. tricolor found in an early Neolithic village in Rome.

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