Dentocorticium bicolor (P.H.B. Talbot) Nakasone & S.H. He, Liu, Shi-Liang, Nakasone, Karen K., Wu, Sheng-Hua, He, Shuang-Hui & Dai, Yu-Cheng, 2018

Liu, Shi-Liang, Nakasone, Karen K., Wu, Sheng-Hua, He, Shuang-Hui & Dai, Yu-Cheng, 2018, Taxonomy and phylogeny of Lopharia s. s., Dendrodontia, Dentocorticium and Fuscocerrena (Basidiomycota, Polyporales), MycoKeys 32, pp. 25-48: 35

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.32.23641

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scientific name

Dentocorticium bicolor (P.H.B. Talbot) Nakasone & S.H. He
status

comb. nov.

Dentocorticium bicolor (P.H.B. Talbot) Nakasone & S.H. He   comb. nov. Fig. 6A

Dendrodontia bicolor   (P.H.B. Talbot) Hjortstam & Ryvarden, Mycotaxon 10: 273, 1980.

Basionym.

Grandinia bicolor   P.H.B. Talbot, Bothalia 4: 947, 1948.

Type specimen examined.

South Africa: Natal Province: Pietermaritzburg District, Town bush valley, on dead wood, Aug. 1934, W.G. Rump 100, UDA Herb. No. 27756 [K, K(M)15722, holotype].

Other specimens examined.

China. Anhui Province: Qimen County, Guniujiang Nature Reserve, on fallen angiosperm branch, 8 Aug 2013, He 1722 (BJFC 016189, CFMR). Yunnan Province: Yongde County, Daxueshan Nature Reserve, on dead Juglans   branch, 28 Aug 2015 He 2757 (BJFC 021195, CFMR) & He 2772 (BJFC 021210, CFMR). Zhejiang Province: Lin’an County, Tianmushan Nature Reserve, on dead angiosperm branch, 6 Aug 2013, He 1691 (BJFC 016158, CFMR). South Africa, Natal Province, Pietermaritzburg District, Town bush, on (corticated) indigenous wood, Oct 1934, W.G. Rump 215, herb.no. 28291, W.G. Rump 217, herb no. 28292, W.G. Rump 270 herb. No. 28502 (PREM).

Remarks.

See Hjortstam and Ryvarden (1980) for a description and illustration of this species. The authors were unable to obtain sequences of Dentocorticium bicolor   from the type locality in South Africa. Maekawa (1994) reported D. sulphurellum   from Japan; however, the Japanese specimens may be D. bicolor   , for D. sulphurellum   appears to be restricted to North America.