Genus Bresadolia Speg.

Anales de la Sociedad Científica Argentina 16 (6): 277 (1883)

Type: Bresadolia paradoxa Speg., Anales de la Sociedad Científica Argentina 16(6): 277 (1883)

This genus was for many years a synonym of Polyporus. It was reestablished by Audet (2017) and analyzed by Motato-Vásquez et al. (2018).

Some records of Bresadolia craterella on Mushroom Observer appear to be confused with the similar Cerioporus admirabilis (Polyporus).

  1. Bresadolia craterella, tropical to subtropical America; as far north as NE Wisconsin (if the same species); Gary Emberger. The illustrated collection, PRL 12886, is from Cook County, Illinois.
  2. Bresadolia cuticulata, China.
  3. Bresadolia paradoxa, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Paraguay (Polyporus aquosus).
  4. Bresadolia uda (complex), Indonesia, Africa, Asia, Neotropics.
Bresadolia paradoxa is not closely related to and is not a synonym of Cerioporus squamosus (Index Fungorum and Mycobank 2018 are out of date).
Related links:
Audet, S. 2017. Mushrooms nomenclatural novelties no. 10. ISSN2560-9548. Serge Audet.
Motato-Vásquez, V., E. Grassi, A.M. Gugliotta, G. L. Robledo. 2018. Evolutionary relationships of Bresadolia (Basidiomycota, Polyporales) based on molecular and morphological evidence. Mycological Progress pp. 1-18.
Taxon links:
17195 MycoBank ; Index Fungorum