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Vizzini, Alfredo. Tremella versicolor, an uncommon species new to south Europe (Italy). Mycotaxon 101: 365-374. 2007.

ABSTRACT: While examining fungi on dead wood, a gelatinous basidiomycete parasitic on Peniophora cinerea was found on dead branches of Tilia platyphyllos. The fungus was identified as Tremella versicolor, a rarely collected and infrequently illustrated species, well characterized by its minute, yellow-red, apothecia-like basidiomes, by growing on Peniophora spp., and by mainly relying on conidia for reproduction. Its taxonomy, ecology and host range are discussed.

KEYWORDS: Tremellales, mycoparasitism, conidial stage

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