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Corticolous myxomycetes of taiwan on the bark of pinus trees from central and northern taiwan



Corticolous myxomycetes of taiwan on the bark of pinus trees from central and northern taiwan



Taiwania 36(3): 248-264



A total of 524 bark samples were collected from five species of Pinus trees in the central and northern Taiwan. And 237 corticolous Myxomycetes were then obtained one to two months after the preparation of moist-chamber cultures of the bark samples. They include eleven genera, i.e. Arcyria, Clastoderma, Comatricha, Cribraria, Diderma, Echinostelium, Enerthenema, Licea, Macbrideola, Physarum, and Trichia. The spcies of the Myxomycetes and their substrate living trees are shown in a table. Among the twenty four species identified seven are new to Taiwan and two are rediscovered for the first time since the publication of Nakazawa's list in 1929. The newly recorded species are Comatricha acanthodes Alexop., C. lurida A. Lister, Cribraria confusa Nann.-Brem., Licea capitata B. Ing and Mottugh, Licea kleistobolus Martin, Macbrideola martinii (Alexop. Beneke.) Alexop., and Physarum auriscalpium Cooke. The two rediscovered species are Arcyria pomifromis (Leers) Rost. and Physarum cinereum (Batsch) Per. Detailed descriptions and pictures of the above nine species are provided. Two specimens of the genera Diderma and Macbrideola manifesting unusual and unique features may upon further study warrant descriptions as new taxa.

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