Ceriporia sericea Spirin & Vlasak, Miettinen, Otto, Spirin, Viacheslav, Vlasak, Josef, Rivoire, Bernard, Stenroos, Soili & Hibbett, David S., 2016

Miettinen, Otto, Spirin, Viacheslav, Vlasak, Josef, Rivoire, Bernard, Stenroos, Soili & Hibbett, David S., 2016, Polypores and genus concepts in Phanerochaetaceae (Polyporales, Basidiomycota), MycoKeys 17, pp. 1-46: 30-31

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.17.10153

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Ceriporia sericea Spirin & Vlasak
status

sp. nov.

Ceriporia sericea Spirin & Vlasak   sp. nov. Figure 11e

Holotype.

Russia. Khabarovsk: Khabarovsk Dist., Malyi Niran, Tilia amurensis   , 6 Aug 2012, Spirin 4944 (H).

Etymology.

Sericeus   (Lat.), silky, refers to the soft consistency of basidiocarp

Description.

Basidiocarps 0.3-0.5 mm thick, up to 4 cm in the widest dimension. Margin narrow (up to 1 mm wide). Pore surface cream-colored to pale ochraceous, pores 3-5 per mm. Subicular hyphae subparallel, 4.4-9.4 µm in diameter, some inflated. Tramal hyphae 3.2-4.8 µm in diameter. Subhymenial hyphae 2.9-3.7 µm in diameter. Basidia 10.4 –13.8×3.4– 5 µm. Basidiospores thin-walled, hyaline, thick cylindrical, ventral side concave (bean-shaped), (3.8)3.9 –4.8(5.2)×(2.1)2.2– 2.7 µm, L=4.32 µm, W=2.38 µm, Q=1.82.

Remarks.

Ceriporia sericea   is characterized by soft, pale-colored, rhizomorphic basidiocarps and medium-sized, bean-shaped spores.