Cyanotrama Ghobad-Nejhad and Y.C. Dai 2010

NZOR Identifier: e2f22650-ac2c-48de-b7a7-a254e5d054e1

Status

Preferred Name (NZOR Concept Id 5ad2a6ab-9ff0-4ad2-97c3-b895c3505b2d)

Classification

kingdom
Fungi
subkingdom
Dikarya
phylum
Basidiomycota
subphylum
Agaricomycotina
class
Agaricomycetes
order
Hymenochaetales
genus
Cyanotrama Ghobad-Nejhad and Y.C. Dai 2010

Providers

NZFUNGI
Provider Contribution Summary

Biostatus

Geo Schema
Political Region
Geo Region
New Zealand
Occurrence
Absent

Scientific Name

Authority
Ghobad-Nejhad & Y.C. Dai
Rank
genus
Published in
Ghobad-Nejhad, M.; Dai, Y.-C. 2010: Diplomitoporus rimosus is found in Asia and belongs to the Hymenochaetales. Mycologia 102(6): 1510-1517
Micro-reference (page)
1511
Year
2010
Governing Code
ICNB
Is Recombination
No

Taxon Concept

NZOR Concept Id
5ad2a6ab-9ff0-4ad2-97c3-b895c3505b2d
According to
NZFUNGI (2012-) New Zealand Fungi Names - Name Based Concepts
Has Parent
Hymenochaetales (In use by NZOR)
Preferred Name
Cyanotrama Ghobad-Nejhad and Y.C. Dai 2010 (In use by NZOR)

Taxon Concept

NZOR Concept Id
ea2b523b-7d39-479d-946c-8f57b41c3b40
According to
Kirk, P.M.; Cannon, P.F.; Minter, D.W.; Stalpers, J.A. 2008-: IndexFungorum Higher Classification.http://www.indexfungorum.org/Names/Names.asp
Has Parent
Hymenochaetales

Taxon Concept

NZOR Concept Id
b69781d7-2337-41ac-9768-eb4f10cf5ae5
According to
Ghobad-Nejhad, M.; Dai, Y.-C. 2010: Diplomitoporus rimosus is found in Asia and belongs to the Hymenochaetales. Mycologia 102(6): 1510-1517

Subordinate Taxon Concept

Full Name
Cyanotrama rimosa (Murrill) Ghobad-Nejhad
According To
NZFUNGI (2012-) New Zealand Fungi Names - Name Based Concepts

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