viernes, 26 de julio de 2013

Botany: Fungus. Hongos. Funji: Clavulina - Part 1 - Links



Clavulina - craterelloides


Clavulina amethystina


Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea 


 Clavulina cinerea


Clavulina is a genus of fungi in the family Clavulinaceae, in the Cantharelloid clade (order Cantharellales).. Species are characterized by having extensively branched fruit bodies, white spore print, and bisterigmate basidia (often with secondary septation). Branches cylindrical or flattened, blunt, pointed or crested at apex. Hyphae with or without clamps. Basidia cylindrical to narrowly clavate, mostly with two sterigmata which are large and strongly incurved. Spores subspherical or broadly ellipsoid, smooth, thin-walled, each with one large oil drop or guttule. [1] The genus contains approximately 45 species with a worldwide distribution, primarily in tropical regions.[2] Species of Clavulina are mostly ectomycorrhizal. A recent study has identified Clavulina to the genera level as present on Nothofagus menziesii adventitious roots[3]
Species

    C. alutaceosiccescens
    C. amazoensis
    C. amethystina
    C. amethystinoides
    C. arcuatus
    C. brunneocinerea
    C. caespitosa
    C. cartilaginea
    C. cavipes
    C. cerebriformis[4]
    C. chondroides
    C. cinerea
    C. cinereoglebosa[4]
    C. cirrhata
    C. coffeoflava
    C. connata
    C. copiosocystidiata
    C. coralloides
    C. craterelloides
    C. decipiens
    C. delicia
    C. dicymbetorum
    C. effusa[4]
    C. floridana
    C. gallica
    C. geoglossoides
    C. gigartinoides
    C. gracilis
    C. griseohumicola
    C. hispidulosa
    C. humicola
    C. humilis
    C. incrustata
    C. ingrata
    C. kunmudlutsa
    C. leveillei
    C. limosa
    C. monodiminutiva
    C. mussooriensis
    C. nigricans
    C. ornatipes
    C. panurensis
    C. puiggarii
    C. purpurea
    C. ramosior
    C. rugosa
    C. samuelsii
    C. septocystidiata
    C. sprucei
    C. subrugosa
    C. tasmanica
    C. tepurumenga
    C. urnigerobasidiata
    C. vinaceocervina
    C. viridula
    C. wisoli

Distribution

Clavulina species are important primary colonizers of forest litter and occur immediately after the pre-monsoon showers. Two species of Clavulina viz., C. coralloides(known as white or crested coral fungus), C. rugosa have been recorded from the moist-deciduous to evergreen forests of the Westrern Ghats, Kerala, India.[1]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavulina

 
Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea 


Clavulina cinerea (Bull.) J. Schröt. (1 de 2).
Enrique Rubio Domínguez


Clavulina cinerea - Grey Coral 


Clavulina cinerea - Grey Coral


Botany: Fungus. Hongos. Funji: Clavulina - Part 1 - Links 


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