Genus Punctularia Pat.

[yes, crispy tree bacon]

The type species was described from Ecuador. Another one or two species are tropical. In the Midwest we have one species, described from New England and found across eastern North America.

  1. Punctularia strigosozonata

Taxon Details and Links

  • Punctularia Pat., in Patouillard & Lagerheim, Bulletin de l´Herbier Boissier 3: 57 (1895). Type: Corticium tuberculosum Pat., Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France 8 (2): 118 (1892). [current name = Punctularia atropurpurascens (Berk. & Broome) Petch (1916)]
See discussion under Family Punctulariaceae.
Wikipedia: Punctularia
Chamuris, G.P. 1988. The non-stipitate steroid fungi in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Mycologia Memoirs. 14: 1-247. Description on MycoBank
Eriksson, J., K. Hjortstam, L. Ryvarden. 1981. Phlebia — Sarcodontia. The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Volume 6: 1048-1276. Description on Mycobank. [PDF available at MykoWeb]
Bernicchia, A., S. P. Gorjón. 2010. Corticiaceae s.l. Series: Fungi Europaei Volume: 12 [English]. 1008 pp. Publisher: Editrice Giovanna Biella. Description on Mycobank.
Index Fungorum

Compare Index Fungorum and Mycobank.

Cite this page as: Leacock, P.R. (2017 Nov 25). Punctularia - MycoGuide. Retrieved from

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