[LSU Herbarium]
Wood-rotting fungi of the gulf coast states (USA and Mexico)

Robert L. Gilbertson, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ 78752, USA,
Meredith Blackwell, Department of Biological Sciences, LSU, Baton Rouge LA 70803, USA

The fungi listed here were collected over almost twenty years from 1981 until now by Robert L. Gilbertson and Meredith Blackwell.  The vast majority of collections were made on the Louisiana gulf coastal plain with other collections made eastward along old US Highways 90 and 98 through places which may have taken the names of the early inhabitants of the region:  Livingston, bloody Tangipahoa, Mandeville, Covington, Pascagoula, Mobile, Apalachicola, De Funiak Springs, Gainesville, and to the Atlantic Coast at Jacksonville.  To the west collections have been made largely among the pines and upland hardwoods of the Felicianas and the bottomland hardwood forests of the Atchafayala Basin; we have collected from trees around government buildings and the LSU campus, and from residential streets in Baton Rouge, along the chenière ridge rising from the marsh in Iberia, Terrebonne, and Vermilion Parishes, in the Big Thicket of Texas, and along Interstate Highway 10 as far as Austin.  A disproportionate number of collections were made on living Juniperus virginiana and Quercus virginiana, but a variety of other living and dead wood substrates were collected as well.  The specimens are accessioned in the University of Arizona Fungal Herbarium, where the records of the entire collection have been computerized.  Over the collecting period it has become clear that some fungi, especially those associated as root rots of living trees do not sporulate every year.  Because many of the trees, especially Quercus virginiana,on the campus of Louisiana State University are old enough to have developed infection corts and become infected, it has been possible to observe individual trees almost every day during this period; early spring rains appear to influence the development of large basidiomata on the living live oaks toward the end of July and in August.

About 200 species have been identified from among over 1,500 collections.  These include at least fifteen new species that have been described from the gulf coast, some of which are extremely common.  For example Hyphoderma baculorubrense and Perenniporia phloiophila are to be found on almost every mature live oak (Quercus virginiana) tree throughout its natural range from Texas across the gulf coast and northwards along the east coast at least as far north as Charleston, North Carolina. Inonotus quercustris, a polypore with a large basidioma, is common on the main stem and lower branches of living water oaks (Quercus nigra) across the gulf coastal plain and Ganoderma meredithiae is a common root-rotting basidiomycete of pines.  Other common fungi that have never or only rarely been reported in the United States or North America include Marasmiellus juniperinus, Ganoderma colossum,and Laetiporus perscinus. Search the records by state abbreviation [TX, LA, MS, AL, FL, and some of MX (Tamaulipas, Vera Cruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan, Quintana Roo)] courtesy of PolyKey developed by Michael Dunlap and James Adaskaveg based on data provided by R. L. Gilbertson.  Fungus names can be searched from the edit menu. 


References


Agaricaceae
Hypsizygus tessulatus 
LA: Carya illinoensis

Auriculariales
Auricularia fuscosuccinea*
LA: Celtis pallida
Auricularia polytricha
FL: Carya, Liquidambar styraciflua   LA: Celtis laevigata, Quercus schmardii

Bolbitiaceae
Conocybe pulchella
AL: Pinus echinata

Coniophoraceae
Coniophora fusispora
AL:        FL: Juniperus virginiana
Coniophora oblectans
AL:
Coniophora arida
FL: Quercus    LA:  Liquidambar styraciflua
Leucogyrophana olivascens
LA: Pinus

Coprinaceae
Cortinarius atsonii
FL:Quercus
Corticiaceae
Aleurodiscus botryosus
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Botryobasidium intertextum
LA: Pinus
Botryohypochnus isabellinus
AL: no substrate given
Chrysocystidium californicum
LA: Abies concolor, Juniperus virginiana       MS: Quercus
Leptosporomyces fuscostratus
LA: Pinus echinata, no substrate given
Constantinella micheneri
FL: Adelia lingustrina
Crustoderma nakasoneae
LA: Pinus taeda
Crustomyces subabruptus
LA: Celtis laevigata
Dacryobolus sudans
FL: Juniperus virginiana, Pinus
Dendrothele acerina
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Dendrothele griseocana
LA: Juglans major, Juniperus virginiana, Magnolia grandiflora
Dendrothele incrustans
FL: Juniperus virginiana, J. silicicola   LA: Juniperus virginiana
Dendrothele ituhummenis
AL, FL, MS: Juniperus virginiana       LA: Juniperus silicicola, Juniperus virginiana
Dendrothele microspora
LA: Carya illinoensis
Dendrothele nivosa
AL, MS: Juniperus virginiana       FL, LA: Juniperus silicicola, Juniperus virginiana     TX: Juniperus virginiana
Dendrothele pachysterigmata
FL: Quercus   LA: Juniperus virginiana
Dendrothele strumosa
FL: Acer
Dextrinocystis capitata
FL: Phoenix canariensis, Sabal     LA: Bambusa
Epitele sp.CA
FL: Phoenix canariensis
Hyphodontia gossypina 
LA: Magnolia
Vesiculomyces citrinus
FL: Persea
Gloeocystidiellum fimbriatum
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua
Gloiothele lactescens 
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua
Grammothele lineata
LA: Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus
Grandinia accumulata
LA: Celtis laevigata
Hydrobasidium subviolaceum
LA, TX: Pinus
Conohypha albocremea 
LA: Juniperus phoenicea
Hyphoderma anthracophilum
FL: Carya
Hyphoderma argillaceum
LA: Salix, vine     TX: Pinus

Peniophorella baculorubrense AL, FL, LA, MS, TX: Quercus virginiana and rarely, Juniperus virginiana, Juniperus phoenicea, and an unidentified deciduous hardwood. Hyphoderma baculorubrense, the red stick Hyphoderma, is shown growing on a live oak at its type locality on the Louisiana State University campus in Baton Rouge. This obscure corticioid fungus with golden basidiomata decays the outer bark of almost all mature live oaks throughout most of the range of the tree species. The fungus normally will not invade the wood, but if an insect or bird breaks through the vascular cambium invasion and decay of the wood will occur. The fungus survives only a few months in cut logs.
Hyphoderma  cristulatum
FL: Juniperus virginiana   MS: Pinus elliotii
Hyphoderma definitum
LA: Ilex opaca
Hyphoderma juniperi
TX: Juniperus virginiana
Hyphoderma litschaueri
LA: Nerium  oleander
Phlebia  ludoviciana
LA: Celtis, Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, logs, Nyssa aquatica, Platanus, Populus, Quercus     MS: Prunus
Mutatoderma mutatum 
LA: no substrate given
Hyphoderma nudicephalum
LA: Ligustrum, Liquidambar styraciflua, Myrica californica, Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus phellos   TX:  Liquidambar styraciflua, Quercus nigra
Peniophorella pallida 
LA: Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Peniophorella praetermissa 
FL: Celtis, Juniperus virginiana, Quercus     LA:  Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, logs, Pinus echinata
Peniophorella pubera
LA: Acer negundo, A. rubrum, Celtis pallida, hardwood, Pinus echinata, Pinus sp., Pittosporum, Ulmus       TX: Cornus, Pinus
Hyphoderma roseocremeum
FL: Ostrya virginiana         LA: Liquidambar styraciflua        TX: Acer rubrum
Crustomyces expallens
LA: Juniperus virginiana        TX: Juniperus ashei
Hyphodontia sambuci
 LA: Acer negundo        TX: Juniperus virginiana
Hyphoderma setigerum
LA:  Celtis laevigata, Liquidambar styraciflua, logs, Ostrya virginiana, Salix, Ulmus        TX: Acer rubrum, Fagus grandifolia
Hyphoderma tenue
LA, TX: Pinus
Basidioradulum crustosum
FL: Acer, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya, Celtis laevigata, hardwood,  Liquidambar styraciflua, palm, Pinus elliotii, Quercus, soil      LA: Acer negundo, A. rubrum, Carpinus caroliniana, Celtis pallida, Fraxinus, Ilex vomitoria, Juniperus virginiana, Ligustrum, Liquidambar styraciflua, Liriodendron tulipiferae, Magnolia grandiflora, Myrica cerifera, Pinus, Platanus, Populus, Quercus, soil       MS: Carya aquatica, Magnolia grandiflora     TX: Quercus, Juniperus virginiana, Ostrya virginiana
Hyphodontia altaica
LA: hardwood, Salix
Hyphodontia hastata
LA: Celtis pallida
Hyphodontia juniperi
TX: Juniperus virginiana
Hyphodontia lanata
FL: Sabal        LA: Carpinus, Ilex opaca, Liquidambar styraciflua
Hyphodontia microspora
LA: Ailanthus altissima, Celtis laevigata        MS: Pinus elliotii        TX: Pinus
Hyphodontia nespori
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Hyphodontia orasinusensis
LA: Ailanthus altissima, Celtis laevigata, Pinus taeda, Quercus niger
Hyphodontia tuscaloosensis
AL: no substrate given
Hypochnicium  bombycinum
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Hypochnicium albostramineum
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Hypochnicium lundellii
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Litschauerella clematidis
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Porostereum crassum
LA: Fraxinus, Quercus       TX: Quercus
Byssomerulius corium 
LA: Nerium oleander        MS: Prunus
Merulius armeniacus
LA: Pinus
Merulius incarnatus
FL: Quercus
Merulius tremellosus
LA: Nyssa
Mycoacia aurea
LA: Celtis pallida
Mycoacia fuscoatra
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua
Mycoacia meridionalis
LA:  Ilex opaca, Ostrya virginiana, Pinus       TX: Liquidambar styraciflua
Odonticium laxum
TX: Quercus
Phanerochaete burtii
FL: Quercus   LA: Pinus       MS: Ostrya virginiana, Pinus, Quercus
Phanerochaete carnosa
TX, MS: Pinus elliotii, Quercus
Phanerochaete chrysosporium
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua
Phanerochaete sp.
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Phanerochaete sp. 2
LA:Quercus
Phanerochaete filamentosa
MS: Ficus carica
Phlebiopsis flavidoalba 
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Phanerochaete floridana
LA: Quercus
Phanerochaete fuscomarginata
FL: Rosa
Phanerochaete galactites
LA: Garrya lindheimeri, Ostrya virginiana
Phanerochaete magnoliae 
LA: Quercus
Phanerochaete sanguinea
AL: Pinus banksiana    LA: Acer negundo, Celtis pallida, Pinus, Quercus
Phanerochaete tuberculata
LA: Celtis laevigata, Fraxinus, Magnolia grandiflora, Pittosporum
Basidioradulum tuberculatum
FL: substrate unknown
Sistotrema citriforme 
LA: Magnolia grandiflora        TX: Celtis, Croton dioicus, C. pottsii
Phlebia livida
FL: Quercus  LA: Liquidambar styraciflua
Phlebia rufa
LA: wood
Pseudomerulius aureus
TX: Pinus
Terana caerulea 
TX: Bothriochloa ischaemum, Bouteloua barbata, Cypernus, Salvia
Raculadon caesearium
MS: Cassia nictitans        TX: Chamaecrista multipinnata
Scopuloides hydnoides
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua       LA: Acer rubrum, Liquidambar styraciflua, Pinus, deciduous hardwood
Sistotrema brinkmannii
LA: Acer rubrum, Nyssa sylvatica
Skvortzovia furfurella
LA: Pinus glabra, Pinus palustris, Pinus taeda, Quercus virginiana    MS: Pinus glabra, Pinus palustris     TX: Pinus taeda
Subulicystidium longisporum
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua       LA: Acer negundo, Celtis pallida, Fraxinus, Pinus, Populus, Quercus, Ulmus
Trechispora farinacea
 FL: Juniperus virginiana        LA: Celtis, Quercus      TX: Quercus
Trechispora fastidiosa
FL: Quercus
Trechispora mollusca
FL: Pinus
Trechispora praefocata
TX: Prunus
Tubulicrinis subulatus 
MS: Pinus taeda
Tubulicrinis medius
FL: Juniperus virginiana      LA: Juniperus phoenicea, Juniperus virginiana     MS: Pinus pallida

Cortinariaceae
Cortinarius largiformis
FL:Laciniaria elegans
Cortinarius largiformis
FL: Laciniaria laxa

Cyphellaceae
Cyphellopsis anomala
LA: Magnolia grandiflora
Henningsomyces candidus
FL, LA: Juniperus virginiana

Dacrymycetales
Dacrymyces spFU
LA: Magnolia grandifolia
Dacrymyces sp.
LA: Platanus, Populus     MS: Pinus elliotii

Ganodermataceae
Ganoderma zonatum
FL: no substrate given
Ganoderma lucidum
FL: Morus alba       LA: Gleditsia triacanthos, Quercus     TX: Quercus
Ganoderma meredithiae
LA: Pinus 

Gloeocystidiellaceae
Gloeodontia discolor
LA: tree trunk

Gomphaceae
Phlyctibasidium polyporoideum
FL: Quercus

Hericiaceae
Mucronella calva
MS: Pinus elliotii

Hymenochaetaceae
Hydnochaete olivacea
AL, LA: Quercus virginiana
Heterochaete shearii
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Hymenochaete spreta
FL: Juniperus virginiana       LA: Pinus          MS: Pinus elliotii
Hymenochaete cinnamomea
MS: Magnolia virginiana
Hymenochaete fuliginosa
FL: Acer sp.         LA: Pinus
Inonotus andersonii
LA: Quercus
Inonotus cuticularis
FL: Quercus       LA: Carya illinoensis, Quercus niger       TX: Carya, Fagus, Quercus 


 
Pseudoinonotus dryadeus  LA: Quercus virginiana, Quercus nigra. Inonotus dryadeus growing on the LSU campus at the base of a living live oak. This species is common throughout the Gulf Coastal Plain and forms basidiocarps in late fall. The golden droplets on the basidiocarp surface have antibiotic properties, primarily against gram positive bacteria. Slugs often are found on the surface at night, as in this photograph shot with a flash.

Inonotus hispidus
LA: Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Inonotus ludovicianus
LA: Quercus nigra, Quercus virginiana

Inonotus quercustris
AL, FL, LA: Quercus nigra

Inonotus quercustris on a water oak tree that grew on Steele Boulevard near its intersection with Broussard Street.  The tree and the fungus were cut down about 1999 by a Baton Rouge beautification group in order to "beautify" a Baton Rouge residentual area. Live oaks have been planted in place of the heart-rotted water oaks.  This was the first specimen to be discovered, but luckily the species is common in water oaks along the Gulf Coast.  It also has been reported from Argentina. 


Inonotus radiatus
LA: Cephalanthus
Phellinus badius
MS: Lysiloma candida
Phellinus chrysoloma
FL: Quercus      LA: Carya tomentosa     TX: Betula nigra
Fuscoporia flavomarginata 
FL: Quercus   LA: Juniperus virginiana, Nerium oleander, Nyssa aquatica
Phellinus gilvus
FL: Carya, Ostrya virginiana, Quercus       LA: Celtis laevigata, Magnolia grandiflora, Ostrya virginiana, Platanus, Quercus falcata var. pogodifolia, Quercus       MS: Fagus grandifolia, Magnolia virginiana, Quercus
Phellinus inermis
LA: Magnolia grandiflora
Phellinus melleoporus
FA: no substrate given
Phellopilus nigrolimitatus 
LA: Magnolia grandiflora
Phellinus punctatus
FL: Acer rubrum, Carpinus caroliniana        LA: Pittosporum        TX: Betula nigra, Vaccinium,
Juniperus pinchotii
Phellinus robiniae
FL, MS, TX: Quercus       LA: Celtis, Ilex, Magnolia grandiflora, Platanus, Populus
Phellinus robustus
LA: Quercus virginiana, Fraxinus berlanderiana       TX: Quercus
Phellinus sarcitus
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua, Quercus     TX: Pinus
Phellinus sonorae
AL: Pinus contorta         FL: Quercus          LA: Celtis pallida, Liquidambar styraciflua, Ostrya virginiana
Phellinus viticola
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua, Ulmus
Phellinus weirianus
TX: Juglans major

Lachnocladiaceae
Asterostroma sp.
FL: Acer rubrum, Salix
Scytinostroma arachnoideum
FL: Pinus
Scytinostroma duriusculum
MS: Acer negundo
Scytinostroma galactinum
FL: Pinus     LA: Ostrya virginiana, Pinus echinata
Scytinostroma marinensis
MS: Avena sativa
Scytinostroma portentosum
FL, LA: Juniperus virginiana
Vararia aranea
LA: Celtis laevigata, Magnolia grandiflora
Dichostereum effuscatum
FL: Vitus           LA: Quercus, Ulmus, leaf litter          TX: Quercus
Vararia fibra
LA: Pinus
Vararia gomezii
LA: Juniperus phoenicea, J. virginiana
Dichostereum pallescens 
L: Liquidambar styraciflua         MS: Pinus elliotii
Vararia tropica
MS: Quercus
Vararia sphaericospora
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua

Paxillaceae
Tapinella corrugata 
TX: no host given
Phylloporus pelletieri
FL: Juniperus virginiana

Polyporaceae
Fibroporia radiculosa
AL:
Antrodia xantha
FL:  Acer, Liquidambar, Quercus, Juniperus virginiana, pine boards   LA:  Acer rubrum, Quercus, Prunus, logs, Nyssa sylvatica        MS: no host given, Nyssa sylvatica
Flaviporus americanus
TX: Cornus
Auriporia aurea
LA:  Carya illinoensis
Bjerkandera adusta
LA: pine, hardwood
Boletopsis subsquamosa
LA: Nyssa sylvatica   TX: Croton lindheimerianus
Ceriporia alachuana
FL: Carya
Ceriporia reticulata
LA: Quercus
Ceriporia xylostromatoides
AL: Juniperus virginiana        FL: Juniperus virginiana      LA: Juniperus phoenicea, J. virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, Pinus, Platanus, Populus, Ulmus      TX: Juniperus pinchotii
Ceriporia tarda
TX: Liriodendron tulipiferae
Ceriporiopsis carnegiae
TX: Pinus
Coltricia focicola
FL: soil       LA: no substrate listed
Coltricia perennis
LA: on soil
Coltriciella dependens
TX: Ethamia leptocephala
Coltrichiella oblectans
AL:
Cycloporus iodaphinus
FL: Quercus
Daedalea quercina
TX: Quercus
Daedaleopsis confragosa
LA: Celtis laevigata, Ostrya virginiana       TX: Liquidambar styraciflua
Dichomitus squalens
LA: Pinus echinata
Cinereomyces lindbladii
FL: Aleurites fordii      MS: Pinus elliotii
Earliella scabrosa
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua        LA: Salix
Fomes fasciatus
LA: Carya illinoensis, Celtis, Juglans nigra, Liquidambar styraciflua
Fomitopsis supina
FL: Quercus      LA: Ostrya virginiana        MS: Celtis
Fomitopsis cajanderi
FL: Carya
Fomitopsis feei
FL: Juniperus virginiana     LA: Juniperus virginiana
Fomitopsis palustris
LA: Populus, Ligustrum
Gloeophyllum abietinum
FL: Azalea indicum, Carica papaya, Carya illinoensis, Citrus aurantium, Juniperus virginiana, leaf mulch, Magnolia, Quercus, Washingtonia        LA: Acer negundo, A. rubrum, under Aspidistra, boat dock, Carya, Juniperus silicicola, Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, Ligustrum, Magnolia grandiflora, M. virginiana, Quercus       TX: Liquidambar styraciflua, Quercus
Gloeophyllum sepiarium
LA: boat dock, Pinus
Antrodia malicola 
LA: wood
Gloeoporus dichrous
FL: hardwood, Quercus        LA: Liquidambar styraciflua, logs, Quercus
Gloeoporus taxicola
LA: Pinus
Grifola frondosa
La: Quercus virginiana
Erastia salmonicolor 
MS: Pinus  elliotii
Heterobasidion annosum
LA:  Liquidambar styraciflua, Pinus
Hexagonia hydnoides
FL: Quercus         LA: Quercus niger, Quercus shumardii       TX: Carya illinoensis
Junghuhnia nitida
LA: Acer negundo, Liriodendron tulipiferae
Laetiporus persicinus
LA: Quercus
Laetiporus sulphureus
LA: Quercus        MS: Gleditsia triacanthos


Laetiporus sulfureus LA: Quercus.   Laetiporus sulphureus is one of the few common brown rot fungi of hardwoods. A second species, L. persicinus, causes a root rot that is common in the Baton Rouge area on live oak, and this less well known species probably is circumtropical.

Lenzites betulina
LA: Celtis, Nyssa aquatica         TX: Cornus florida, Quercus
Megasporoporia setulosa
LA: Acer negundo
Microporellus obovatus
TX: Pinus
Nigroporus vinosus
FL: Ostrya, Quercus      LA: Quercus
Oxyporous corticola
LA: Gleditsia triacanthos         TX: Eriobotrya japonica
Pachykytospora alabamae
AL: Juniperus virginiana, Quercus       FL: Juniperus virginiana, Quercus         LA: Juniperus silicicola, Juniperus virginiana
Perenniporia fraxinophila
LA: Celtis laevigata
Perenniporia phloiophila
AL, FL, LA, MS, TX: Quercus virginiana
Phaeolus shweinitzii
FL: pine   LA: pine
Favolus tenuiculus 
LA: Carya illinoensis
Pycnoporus coccineus
LA: hardwood
Rigidoporus vinctus
LA: Celtis, Magnolia virginiana
Rigidoporus ulmarius
LA: Carya illinoensis
Schizopora paradoxa
FL: Chamaecyparis thyoides, Juniperus virginiana       LA:  Celtis laevigata, Cercis canadensis, Juniperus phoenicea, Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, Magnolia grandiflora, Nerium  oleander, Ostrya virginiana, Pittosporum      TX: Acer rubrum
Skeletocutis nivea
LA: Celtis laevigata, Pinus      TX: Quercus
Sarcodontia pachyodon
TX: Quercus
Hydnopolyporus fimbriatus
LA: Acer negundo     TX: Quercus
Tinctoporellus epimiltinus
FL: Quercus
Trametopsis cervina
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua      TX: Fagus
Poronidulus conchifer
MS: Pinus elliotii      TX: Anemone canadensis, Ulmus
Lenzites elegans
LA: Magnolia grandiflora, Quercus        MS: Carpinus caroliniana
Trametes hirsuta
LA: Magnolia virginiana
Trametes menziesii
LA: Celtis, Gleditsia triacanthos
Trametes versicolor
LA: Populus
Trichaptum abietinum
LA: Celtis       MS: Pinus elliotii
Trichaptum biforme
FL: Quercus      LA: Celtis pallida, Pinus, Quercus      TX: Quercus
Trichaptum fuscoviolaceum
FL: Carpinus caroliniana
Trichaptum sector
TX: Liquidambar styraciflua, Pine, Quercus
Wolfiporia extensa
TX: Nyssa sylvatica

Schizophyllaceae
Schizophyllum commune
LA: Fraxinus, Nerium oleander

Sprassidaceae
Sprassas spathulata
LA: Pinus, Quercus

Steccherinaceae
Steccherinum ciliolatum
LA: Celtis
Steccherinum laeticolor
LA: Celtis laevigata
Steccherinum ochraceum
FL: Carya illinoensis, Juniperus virginiana      LA: Celtis laevigata, Liquidambar styraciflua     MS: Pinus elliotii, Quercus      TX: Fagus
Hyphodontia setulosa 
FL: Celtis pallida, Quercus

Stereaceae
Veluticeps abietina
AL: Juniperus virginiana, Quercus, scale insect      FL: Acer rubrum, Bambusa, Carica papaya, Carya, Celtis laevigata, Cenchrus echinatus, Citrus aurantium, Citrus sinensis, DEER DERU, Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua, Magnolia, Persea americana, Phoenix canariensis, Pinus, Quercus, soil, Ulmus, Vita, under Florida hickory, oak leaves      LA: Acer negundo, A. rubrum, Arundinaria gigantea, Bambusa, Carnegia gigantea, Carya, Celtis laevigata, Celtis pallida, Citrus, Fagus, Fraxinus caroliniana, Gleditsia aquatica, Juniperus virginiana, Ligustrum japonicum, Liquidambar styraciflua, log, Magnolia grandiflora, Myrica cerifera, Nyssa aquatica, Ostrya virginiana, Pinus, Platanus, Podocarpus, Populus, Quercus, Rubrus, Ulmus        MS: Acer negundo, Camellia japonica, Cornus, Diospyros virginiana, Iris pabularia, Juniperus virginiana, Magnolia grandiflora, Pinus elliotii, Prunus, QuercusTX: Betula nigra, Cnidoscolus elasticus, Gossypium, Parkinsonia aculeata, Pinus, Quercus, Sorghum, Vaccinium
Laxitextum bicolor
LA: Celtis laevigata, Magnolia virginiana
Stereum rameale 
FL: no substrate given      LA: Magnolia grandiflora, Quercus
Stereum hirsutum
LA: Carpinus caroliniana, Liquidambar styraciflua
Stereum ostrea
LA: Acer, Quercus
Xylobolus frustulatus
FL: Quercus        LA: Acer, Celtis pallida, Quercus

Strophariaceae
Hypholoma fasciculare var. fasciculare 
LA: Juniperus virginiana

Thelephoraceae
Tomentella fibrosa
TX: Pinus, Quercus
Peniophora albobadia
LA: Acer rubrum, Juniperus virginiana, Ilex opaca, Nerium oleander, Pittosporum, Smilax, vine     MS: Baccharis
Peniophora cinerea
LA: Acer negundo, A. rubrum, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya, Celtis laevigata, Populus, Vitis
Phlebiopsis flavidoalba 
LA: Carpinus caroliniana
Peniophora junipericola
FL: Juniperus virginiana         LA: Juniperus virginiana       MS: Juniperus virginiana
Peniophora limitata
LA: Celtis, Fraxinus
Peniophora nuda
LA: Myrica cerifera, Pittosporum
Peniophora violaceolivida
FL: Liquidambar styraciflua
Thelephora cuticularis
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Thelephora terrestris
LA: no substrate given
Tomentella asperula
LA: Juniperus silicicola, Juniperus virginiana         FL: Juniperus silicicola

Tremellaceae
Ductifera pululahuana
LA: Hardwood
Eichleriella macrospora
LA: Magnolia grandiflora
Exidia* sp.CA*
LA: Celtis laevigata
Exidia* sp.*
LA: Hardwood
FL: Juniperus virginiana      LA: Celtis laevigata
Heterochaete shearii
LA: hardwood, Carya illinoensis, Juniperus virginiana, Magnolia grandiflora
Sebacina epigaea
FL:CARP CACDA       LA: Juniperus virginiana
Tremella sp.*
TX: Fraxinus
Tremella sp.2 *
LA: Hardwood

Tricholomataceae
Anthracophyllum lateritium
LA: Juniperus virginiana
Armillaria tabescens
LA: pine
Entoloma abortivum
FL: Carya, Cynodon dactylon, Juniperus virginiana, Liquidambar styraciflua        LA: Bambusa, Betula grandifolia, Celtis, ground, Lagerstroemia indica, Pinus echinata, Quercus      TX: Houstonia minima, Quercus
Flammulina velutipes var. velutipes 
AL: Pinus echinata         FL: Amsonia ciliata, Pinus caribaea
Lactocollybia albida
LA: Juniperus phoenicea, J. virginiana         FL:  Juniperus virginiana
Hohenbuehelia approximans
FL: Juniperus virginiana
Lentinus tigrinus
LA: Liquidambar styraciflua, Nyssa aquatica        TX: stump
Marasmiellus juniperinus
FL: Juniperus  virginiana         LA: Juniperus phoenicea, Juniperus virginiana
Panellus pusillus
FL: Magnolia         LA: Acer negundo, Ilex opaca
Lentinus levis
MS: Celtis pallida
Resupinatus taxi
FL, LA: Juniperus virginiana

Tulostomatales
Tulostoma vittadinii
LA: Magnolia grandiflora


LSU Herbarium
Last modified: 19 October 2010

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