AURICULARIA MESENTERICA PDF

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Conservation Evidence. References for this taxon found in the Conservation Evidence Library. Source: Rights holder: Provided by:. Main Image. Main Audio. Auricularia mesenterica Dicks. Auricularia corrugata Sowerby synonym. Auricularia lobata Sommerf. Auricularia tremelloides Bull. Gyraria violacea Relhan Gray synonym. Helvella mesenterica Dicks. Stereum mesentericum Pers. Gray synonym.

Tremella corrugata Schwein. Tremella violacea Relhan synonym. Tripe Fungus preferred.

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Auricularia mesenterica (Dicks.) Pers.

This is a trial key for Queensland Auricularia. QMS would greatly appreciate your feedback: info [at] qldfungi. If the jelly fungus you have found meets all the above criteria then it is almost certainly an Auricularia. At least six names appear in the available literature about Auricularia in Queensland, but only four species are supported by material deposited in the Herbarium at Mt Coot-tha. They are:. Macro Characters Fruit bodies tough gelatinous; yellow to reddish brown; sessile to substipitate; up to mm diameter by 1 — 2 mm thick; pileus minutely tomentose with hyaline hairs; hymenium smooth; growing in gregarious or caespitose groups, occasionally solitary. This fungus is edible if tasteless and was collected for use in Chinese cookery; indeed it was collected in Queensland and exported to China in the 19th century.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Samples of the so-called Auricularia mesenterica complex from Europe, China, and Brazil are studied, and two new species, A. Illustrated descriptions of the two new species are given based on the materials in the present study. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Barrett MF Three common species of Auricularia.

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Auricularia is a genus of jelly fungi in the family Auriculariaceae. Preliminary phylogenetic studies suggest the Exidiaceae is closely related to Auriculariaceae — the two share many morphological traits. Basidia cylindrical, with 1—3 transverse septa. Spores narrowly ellipsoid to allantoid, hyaline, smooth.

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