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Aurantiporus

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Aurantiporus is a genus of poroid fungi in the family Meruliaceae.[1] Circumscribed by American mycologist William Alphonso Murrill in 1905,[2] the genus contains five species found mostly in northern temperate regions.[3] Molecular analysis of several Aurantiporus species suggests that the genus is not monophyletic, but some other related polypore species need to be sequenced and studied before appropriate taxonomic changes can be made.[4] In 2018, Viktor Papp and Bálint Dima proposed a new genus Odoria to contain Aurantiporus alborubescens based on multigene phylogenetic analyses.[5] The generic name is derived from the Latin aurantius ("orange") and the Ancient Greek πόρος (pore).[6]

Species

References

  1. ^ Justo, Alfredo; Miettinen, Otto; Floudas, Dimitrios; Ortiz-Santana, Beatriz; Sjökvist, Elisabet; Lindner, Daniel; Nakasone, Karen; Niemelä, Tuomo; Larsson, Karl-Henrik; Ryvarden, Leif; Hibbett, David S. (2017). "A revised family-level classification of the Polyporales (Basidiomycota)". Fungal Biology. 121 (9): 798–824. doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2017.05.010. PMID 28800851.
  2. ^ Murrill, William Alphonso (1905). "The Polyporaceae of North America: XII. A synopsis of the white and bright-colored pileate species". Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 32 (9): 469–494. doi:10.2307/2478463.
  3. ^ Kirk, P.M.; Cannon, P.F.; Minter, D.W.; Stalpers, J.A. (2008). Dictionary of the Fungi (10th ed.). Wallingford, UK: CAB International. p. 68. ISBN 978-0-85199-826-8.
  4. ^ Dvořák, Daniel; Běťák, Jan; Tomšovský, Michal (2014). "Aurantiporus alborubescens (Basidiomycota, Polyporales) – first record in the Carpathian and notes on its systematic position" (PDF). Czech Mycology. 66 (1): 71–84. doi:10.33585/cmy.66105.
  5. ^ Papp, Viktor; Dima, Bálint (2018). "New systematic position of Aurantiporus alborubescens (Meruliaceae, Basidiomycota), a threatened old-growth forest polypore". Mycological Progress. 17 (3): 319–332. doi:10.1007/s11557-017-1356-3.
  6. ^ Donk, M.A. (1960). "The generic names proposed for Polyporaceae". Persoonia. 1 (2): 173–302.
  7. ^ Rajchenberg, Mario (1995). "New polypores from the Nothofagus forests of Argentina". Mycotaxon. 54: 427–453.
  8. ^ Ryvarden, Leif (1978). "The Polyporaceae of North Europe". 2. Oslo: Fungiflora: 215–507. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  9. ^ Zmitrovich, I.V.; Malysheva, V.F.; Spirin, W.A. (2006). "A new morphological arrangement of the Polyporales. I. Phanerochaetineae". Mycena. 6: 4–56.
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Aurantiporus: Brief Summary

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Aurantiporus is a genus of poroid fungi in the family Meruliaceae. Circumscribed by American mycologist William Alphonso Murrill in 1905, the genus contains five species found mostly in northern temperate regions. Molecular analysis of several Aurantiporus species suggests that the genus is not monophyletic, but some other related polypore species need to be sequenced and studied before appropriate taxonomic changes can be made. In 2018, Viktor Papp and Bálint Dima proposed a new genus Odoria to contain Aurantiporus alborubescens based on multigene phylogenetic analyses. The generic name is derived from the Latin aurantius ("orange") and the Ancient Greek πόρος (pore).

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