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Coltricia cinnamomea (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota), the first record in European Russia

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  • Cisticola cinnamomeus cinnamomeus: S Tanzania to se Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Angola
  • Cisticola cinnamomeus midcongo: SE Gabon (Teke Plateau)
  • Cisticola cinnamomeus egregius: S Mozambique to South Africa

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African Bird Club Checklist 2004:
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African Bird Club Checklist August 2005:
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African Bird Club Checklist March 2007:
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African Bird Club Checklist January 2008:
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African Bird Club Checklist May 2009:
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African Bird Club Checklist March 2010:
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Avibase taxonomic concepts (current):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016):
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Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 07 (Feb 2020):
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Birdlife checklist version 09 (Dec 2016):
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Birdlife checklist version 09.1 (Jun 2017):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v2 (Dec 2017):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v3 (Nov 2018):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v4 (Dec 2019):
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HBW and BirdLife Taxonomic Checklist v5 (Dec 2020):
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Commission internationale pour les noms français des oiseaux (1993, revision 2009):
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Clements 5th edition (as published):
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Howard and Moore 3rd edition (as published):
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Howard and Moore 4th edition (vol. 1-2):
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Howard and Moore 4th edition (incl.corrigenda vol. 1-2):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World (vol 1-16):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (01/31/2015):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (03/07/2017):
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Handbook of the Birds of the World and Birdlife (Dec 2017):
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Taxonomic status:

View status: full species (sometimes a subspecies)

This taxon is a subspecies of Cisticola [brunnescens or cinnamomeus] (sensu lato) by some authors

Text of a scientific work on the topic "Coltricia cinnamomea (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota), the first record in European Russia"

to the study of agaricoid basidiomycetes of the Novgorod region // News of systematics of lower plants. 2005.Vol. 38.S. 130-148. - Morozova O.V., Psurtseva N.V., Belova N.V. Mycological research in the Novgorod region // Materials of Regional scientific-practical. conf. “Diversity, functioning, productivity and protection of biosystems in the Novgorod region” (Veliky Novgorod, December 10-11, 2002). Veliky Novgorod, 2003.S. 51-56. - Zmitrovich IV Materials on the taxonomy of corticoid fungi I. Genera Athelia, Byssomerulius, Hyphoderma, Odonti-cium // Mycology and phytopathology. 2001.Vol. 35, no. 6.S. 9-19. - Zmitrovich I. V., Malysheva V. F., Malysheva E. F., Spirin V. A. Pleurotoid fungi of the Leningrad region (with notes on rare and interesting Eastern European taxa). SPb .: Publishing house of VIZR, 2004.124 p. - Malysheva EF, Malysheva VF Materials for the study of higher basidiomycetes of the Zhigulevsky reserve. III // News of the taxonomy of lower plants. 2006.Vol. 40, pp. 143-152. - Nezdoyminy E. L. The Web family: Keys to mushrooms of Russia: Por. Agaric. Issue 1.SPb .: Nauka, 1996.408 p. - Spirin V. A., Zmitrovich I. V. Materials on the taxonomy of corticoid fungi. Merulius Fr., Phlebia Fr. and related genera // News of the taxonomy of lower plants. 2004.Vol. 37.S. 166-188. - Antonin V., Noordeloos M. E. A monograph of Marasmius, Collybia and related genera in Europe. I. Marasmius, Setulipes and Marasmiellus // Libri Botanici. 1993. Vol. 8.P. 1-229. - Antonin V., N o r del o s M. E. A monograph of the genera Hemimycena, Delicatula, Fayodia, Gamundia, Myxomphalia, Resinomycena, Rickenella, and Xeromphalina (Tribus Mycenae sensu Singer, Mycena excluded) in Europe. Eching, 2004.279 p. - Boekho-ut T. Notulae ad Floram Agaricinam Neerlandicam - IX // Persoonia. 1985. Vol. 12, pt 4.P. 427-440. - Hansen L., Knudsen H. (eds.) Nordic macro-mycetes. Vol. 2. Polyporales, Boletales, Agaricales, Russulales. Copenhagen, 1992.474 p. - Hansen L., Knudsen H. (eds.) Nordic macromycetes. Vol. 3: heterobasidioid, aphyllophoroid and gastromycetoid basidiomycetes. Copenhagen, 1997.445 p. - Kotiranta H., Saarenoksa R. New combinations in Irpex (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycetes) // Polish Bot. J. 2002. Vol. 47, No. 2.P. 103-107. - Maas Geesteranus R. A. Mycenas of the Northern Hemisphere. II. Conspectus of the Mycenas of the Northern Hemisphere. Amsterdam etc., 1992.493 p. —Niemela T., Kinnunen J., Lindgren M., Manninen O., Miettinen O., Penttila R., Turunen O. Novelties and records of poroid basidiomycetes in Finland and adjacent Russia // Karstenia. 2001. Vol. 41. P. 1-21. - Noordeloos M. E. Fungi europaei. Entoloma s. 1. Saronno, 1992.760 p. - Orton P. D., Wat ling R. Coprinaceae. Part 1. Coprinus // British Fungus Flora. Agarics and Boleti. Vol. 2. Edinburgh, 1979.150 p. —Noordeloos M. E., Kuyper Th. W., Ve11inga E. C. (eds.) Flora Agaricina Neerlan dica. Critical monographs of on families of agarics and boleti occurring in the Netherlands. Vol. 6. Boca Raton, 2005.227 p. - Wat ling R. Bolbitiaceae:

Agrocybe, Bolbitius and Conocybe // British Fungus Flora. Agarics and Boleti. Vol. 3. Edinburgh, 1982.139 p. - Watling R., Gregory N. M. Crepidota-ceae, Pleurotaceae and other pleurotoid agarics // British Fungus Flora. Agarics and Boleti. Vol. 6. Edinburgh, 1989.158 p.

B. A. Spirin W. A. ​​Spirin

COLTRICIA CINNAMOMEA (HYMENOCHAETALES, BASIIDIOMYCOTA) - FIRST FIND IN EUROPEAN RUSSIA

COLTRICIA CINNAMOMEA (HYMENOCHAETALES, BASIDIOMYCOTA), THE FIRST RECORD IN EUROPEAN RUSSIA

St. Petersburg Humanitarian University of Trade Unions 192238, St. Petersburg, st. Fucik, 15 [email protected]

The genus Coltricia Gray (Coltriciaceae, Hymenochaetales) unites about 20 species of hymenochetic fungi, characterized by stalked leathery monomytic basidiomas, colored in various shades of brown, the absence of buckles, hymenial sterile elements (cystids and setae) and relatively large (up to 15 μm for .) hyaline or pigmented, dextrinoid and cyanophilic spores. The vast majority of representatives of the genus are known in the subtropics and tropics, while in Europe the genus has 5 species: Coltriciaperennis (L .: Fr.) Murrill, C. cinnamomea (Jacq.) Murrill, C. montagnei (Fr.) Murrill,

C. focicola (Berk, et M. A. Curtis) Murrill and C. confluens Kaizer (Ryvarden, Gilbertson, 1993, Kaizer, 1997). Probably, all representatives of the genus are humus saprotrophs, a small number of species are mycorrhiza formers (C. perennis). Species concepts of the genus are based on such characters as the color and size of basidiomas, the nature of the cap cover, the width and color of the hyphae, and the size of the spores (Ryvarden and de Meijer, 2002). Apparently, for many species, detailed comparative morphological studies are required.

M. A. Bondartseva and E. Parmasto (1986) give 2 species of the genus Coltricia for the territory of the USSR: C. perennis and C. cinnamomea. The first species is ubiquitous in mesophilic and xerophilic forests with a predominance of pine trees in the stand, the second rarely occurs in the nemoral zone, probably being a ground saprotroph (Kotiranta and Niemelä, 1983). In the former USSR, C. cinnamomea was indicated for Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, the republics of the Transcaucasus and the Primorsky Territory of the RSFSR. Thus, within the current borders of Russia, only one habitat of the species is known - in the Far East. In 2006, the author of this article managed to collect this species in the Nizhny Novgorod Region. Since C. cinnamomea is very rare, and the concept of this taxon needs further detailed development, below is a description of the species based on our own material.

Coltricia cinnamomea (Jacq.) Murrill, 1904, Bull, Torrey Bot. Club, 31: 343. — Boletus cinnamomeus Jacq., 1787, Coli. Bot, 1: 161.

Basidiomas are annual, with a central pedicle, medium-sized, reddish-brown in color and soft-skinned consistency when fresh, pale to light brown and become brittle when dry. The cap has a small central depression, 1-4 cm in diameter, reddish brown when fresh, light brown when dry, radially fibrous, with a characteristic silky sheen, indistinctly zoned. The edge is thin and even in young basidiomas; with age it becomes lobed; when dry, it often turns downward. The pores are angular, 2-3 by 1 mm, with thin solid or slightly dissected walls, the surface of the pores is light brown. Leg 0.5-2 cm long., 1.5-4 mm thick., Central, often thickened at the base, monochromatic with the surface of the cap or slightly more intensely colored, felt to the touch, easily breaks off from the base of the fruiting body. On a cut: the tissue of the cap is single-layered, brown, 0.5-1 mm thick, tubes are one-color with the hymenophore surface, 0.3-1 mm thick, the stem tissue is distinctly two-layered, consisting of felt outer and inner leathery layers (Fig.). No special smell, insipid taste.

The hyphal system is monomytic. Hyphae without buckles, with simple septa, in integument caps and legs are almost unbranched, 8-12 μm in diameter, yellowish to pale brownish in aniline blue, red-brown to dark brown in 5% KOH, in tram 4-8 microns

in dia., hyaline, yellowish or brownish. No cystids or setae. Basidia are clavate, 20-35 x 7-11 microns. Basidiospores are broadly ellipsoidal in the mature state, with slightly thickened walls, hyaline to yellowish, (5.7) 6.0-8.1 x (4.0) 4.1-5.6 (5.8) μm, cyanophilic (the reaction is more intense in the young state), slightly dextrinoid (brownish in Melzer's reagent).

On the soil along the edge of an overgrown sandy quarry in a hazel-whitewash oak forest. In Europe and East Asia, it was recorded in similar habitats (Jahn, 1963, Kotiranta, Niemelä, 1983, Nunez, Ryvarden, 2000).

Studied samples. Nizhny Novgorod region, Bogorodsky district, Dubenki, on the soil in a hazel-snyteva oak forest, 08/11/2006, collection and def. V. A. Spirin (Spinn 2458, H, LE). Primorsky Territory, Khasansky District, Kedrovaya Pad Nature Reserve, river valley Nutcrackers, on the soil in a broad-leaved forest 09/06/1958, sb. and def. JI. N. Vasilieva (LE 208389).

Coltricia cinnamomea is a highly variable taxon and possibly a species complex. A closely related species of C. perenhis is easily distinguished due to the matte surface of the cap, ellipsoidal spores, and specific ecology. The boundaries with the species C. montagnei are less clear: the main differentiating feature here is the size of the spores (Jahn, 1973). The recently described European species C. conßuens is distinguished by a lobed shape of caps, somewhat narrower spores and ecological features (confined to young plantations and parks, where it develops on nitrogen-rich soils - Kaizer, 1997). A number of authors note the differences between the samples of C. cinnamomea from the temperate zone and the tropics (Nunez, Ryvarden, 2000), however, detailed comparative morphological studies have not yet been carried out in this regard. Ryvarden and de Meijer (2002) describe two

Fig. Co1Mc1a stpatothea (Brshn 2458, H, LE): fruiting bodies at the base of hazel (Nizhny Novgorod oblast).

“Forms” of C. cinnamomea from South America, but without designating their taxonomic status.

Comparison of a sample from the Nizhny Novgorod region. with a sample collected in the Far East JI. N. Vasilieva (LE 208389) and identified as C. cinnamomea, revealed some differences between them. Basi-diomes from the Far Eastern collections are, on average, larger and thicker (caps 4-6 cm in diameter, 2-6 mm thick), with a radially wrinkled matte surface, easily breaking apart. The spores in the described sample are on average larger, (7.3) 7.6-9.1 (9.5) x (5.1) 5.3-6.2 μm, brownish, with clearly thickened walls. In addition, in the tram of the tubules, along with moderately pigmented ones, thick-walled septate hyphae, colored dark brown, are also observed.

Bondartseva M. A., Parmasto E. X. Keys to mushrooms of the USSR. The families are hymenochetaceous, lachnokladovye, koniophorovye, slit-leaved. L., 1986.192 p. - Jahn N. Mitteleuropäishe Porlinge und ihr Vorkommen in Westfalen // Westfälische Pilzbriefe. 1963. Bd 4. S. 1-143. - J ahn H. Einige in West-Deutschland (BRD) neue, seltene oder weniger bekannte Porlinge (Polyporaceae s. 1.) // Westfälische Pilzbriefe. 1973. Bd 9. S. 81-134. - K a i z e r P. J. Coltricia confluens: a new polypore from the Netherlands // Perso-onia. 1997. Vol. 16.P. 389-391. - Kotiranta H., Niemelä T. Polypore survey of Finland 3. The genera Coltricia, Inonotopsis, Inonotus, and Onnia // Karstenia. 1983. Vol. 23. P. 15-25. - Nünez M., Ryvarden L. East Asian polypores 1. Ganodermataceae and Hymenochaetaceae // Synopsis Fungorum. 2000. Vol. 13.P. 1-168. - Ryvarden L., de Meijer A. Studies in neotropical polypores // Synopsis Fungorum. 2002. Vol. 15.P. 34-69. - Ryvarden L., Gilbert son R. L. European polypores. Pt 1. Abortiporus - Lindtneria // Synopsis Fungorum. 1993. Vol. 6.P. 1-387.

V. A. Spirin1 I. V. Zmitrovich2

W. A. ​​Spirin I. V. Zmitrovich

RARE AND INTERESTING SPECIES OF THE GRAIN ANTRODIELLA AND DIPLOMITOPORUS IN RUSSIA

RARE AND NOTEWORTHY SPECIES OF ANTRODIELLA AND DIPLOMITOPORUS IN RUSSIA

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