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Turbinellus stereoides

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Turbinellus stereoides, previously known as Gomphus stereoides, is a mushroom in the family Gomphaceae. It was originally described in 1996 by E. J. H. Corner as a species of Gomphus. The type collection was made in 1930 in Slim River, Malaysia.[1]

The genus Gomphus, along with several others in the Gomphaceae, was reorganized in the 2010s after molecular analysis confirmed that the older morphology-based classification did not accurately represent phylogenetic relationships.[2][3][4] Admir Giachini transferred the fungus to Turbinellus in 2011.[3]

In 2010 Turbinellus stereoides was reported from Turkey.[5]

References

  1. ^ Corner EJH (1966). "A Monograph of Cantharelloid Fungi". Annals of Botany Memoirs. 2. Oxford University Press: 124. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. ^ Giachini AJ, Hosaka K, Nouhra E, Spatafora J, Trappe JM (2010). "Phylogenetic relationships of the Gomphales based on nuc-25S-rDNA, mit-12S-rDNA, and mit-atp6-DNA combined sequences". Fungal Biology. 114 (2–3): 224–34. doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2010.01.002. PMID 20943133.
  3. ^ a b Giachini AJ, Castellano MA (2011). "A new taxonomic classification for species in Gomphus sensu lato". Mycotaxon. 115: 183–201. doi:10.5248/115.183.
  4. ^ Giachini AJ, Camelini CM, Rossi MJ, Soares CRFS, Trappe JM (2012). "Systematics of the Gomphales: the genus Gomphus sensu stricto". Mycotaxon. 120: 385–400. doi:10.5248/120.385.
  5. ^ Sesli E, Türkekul I (2000). "Three new records for the Turkish mycoflora" (PDF). Turkish Journal of Botany. 24: 259–262.
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Turbinellus stereoides: Brief Summary

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Turbinellus stereoides, previously known as Gomphus stereoides, is a mushroom in the family Gomphaceae. It was originally described in 1996 by E. J. H. Corner as a species of Gomphus. The type collection was made in 1930 in Slim River, Malaysia.

The genus Gomphus, along with several others in the Gomphaceae, was reorganized in the 2010s after molecular analysis confirmed that the older morphology-based classification did not accurately represent phylogenetic relationships. Admir Giachini transferred the fungus to Turbinellus in 2011.

In 2010 Turbinellus stereoides was reported from Turkey.

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