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Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest

Eric T. Peterson

Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest

by Eric T. Peterson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Otideaceae -- Northwest, Pacific.

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    Statementby Eric T. Peterson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination149 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17699744M

    Forest insect and disease conditions and forest pest management activities, Pacific Northwest Region, / Pacific Northwest Region, Natural Resources, Forest Insects and Diseases. [Portland, OR]: United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, []. The Genus Russula [ Basidiomycota > Russulales > Russulaceae by Michael Kuo. The genus Russula includes some very beautiful and interesting species, and a lot of hard-to-distinguish species. Because russulas are typically fairly large, and because they are often brightly colored, amateur mushroomers are frequently interested in identifying them.

    The genus Dicamptodon was formerly thought to contain two species, Cope's giant salamander (D. copei) on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington, and the Pacific giant salamander (D. ensatus) which consisted of three geographic populations, an Idaho isolate, a group in northern California, and a group in Oregon and : Amphibia.   Trogloraptor marchingtoni gen. et sp. n., type of the new family Trogloraptoridae, is described from caves in the Pacific Northwest, and a diagnostic table (Table 1) and character discussion are presented to distinguish it from all other spider by:

    A new genus, comprising two new species of desmostylians, is described from marine Oligocene deposits of the Pacific Northwest. Behemotops proteus, new genus, new species, is based on an immature mandibular ramus and apparently associated skeletal fragments from the middle or (more likely) upper Oligocene lower part of the Pysht Formation of Clallam County, Washington. Conocybe filaris Poisonous Conocybe filaris mushrooms. This species is a common lawn mushroom in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Ingestion can cause lethal organ failure. blickwinkel/Alamy Conocybe filaris is an innocent-looking lawn mushroom that is especially common in the Pacific Northwest. Featuring the same mycotoxins as the death cap mushroom, C. filaris is .


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Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest by Eric T. Peterson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The fungal ascomycete genus Otidea as represented in the Pacific Northwest of North America includes eight well known species and two poorly-known species. Cladistic analysis utilizing characters from ribosomal DNA and morphology allowed the development of a Cited by: 2. Graduation date: The fungal ascomycete genus Otidea as represented in the Pacific Northwest of North\ud America includes eight well known species and two poorly-known species.

Cladistic\ud analysis utilizing characters from ribosomal DNA and morphology allowed the development of a robust phylogenetic species concept for Otidea. Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest. Master Thesis; Oregon State University. Pringle A, Adams RI, Cross HB., et al.

The ectomycorrhizal fungus Amanita phalloides was introduced and is expanding its range on the west coast of Cited by: 6. This chapter focuses on the genetic diversity of Cryptococcus species as assessed by sequence analysis of DNA. Ina comprehensive study was conducted with numerous yeasts, which included 22 strains of pathogenic and nonpathogenic Cryptococci isolated from humans.

Prior to the discovery of the genus Filobasidiella, the teleomorph of Cryptococcus neoformans and C. gattii, yeast taxonomists Cited by: Otidea cantharella var. minor and O.

onotica var. brevispora are elevated to species rank. Otideopsis kaushalii is combined in the genus Otidea. A key to the species of Otidea is given.

SYSTEMATICS OF THE GENUS OTIDEA ll THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST INTRODUCTION The genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest has been among the many taxa of concern to land managers and mycologists since the publication of the Forest Management and Assessment Team (U.S.D.A.

F.S., U.S.D.O.I. B.L.M., ) report on the habitat of the Northern Spotted Owl. Otidea saliceticola (Pezizales) a new species from the Italian Alps.

Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest. -Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest. Buy The Genus Triturus (): History, Biology, Systematics, Captive Breeding: NHBS - Michael Fahrbach, Uwe Gerlach, Wolf-Rüdiger Große, Edition Chimaira.

Here is a guide to help you identify over 1, different mushrooms in the Pacific Northwest, an area that includes all of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Southwestern British Columbia.

About half of these mushrooms are also widely found across all of North America and in. Willows The Willow Family– Salicaceae Salix sp.

Relationships: There are more than species of willow worldwide, mostly in the northern hemisphere. Hitchcock and Cronquist describe 38 species in Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest. Exact identification of these trees and shrubs is extremely difficult.

Vegetative characters are variable even on the same plant. [ ]. Flora Revised Flora # Added % Increase Families 28 % Genera 1, 37% Species 3, 4, 1, % Infraspecies 1, 1, % Terminal Taxa 4, 5, 1, % NativeTerminal Taxa 3, 4, % Exotic Terminal Taxa 1, % Changes to File Size: 1MB. Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is a compact, beautifully illustrated field guide to of the region's most common mushrooms.

In addition to profiles on individual species, it also includes a general discussion and definition of fungi, information on where to find mushrooms and guidelines on collecting them, an overview of fungus ecology, and a discussion on how to avoid mushroom poisoning/5().

A must-have guide for mushroom hunters in the Pacific Northwest Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is a compact, beautifully illustrated field guide to of the region's most common mushrooms. In addition to profiles on individual species, it also includes a general discussion and definition of fungi, information on where to find mushrooms and guidelines on collecting them, an /5().

Western Maidenhair Fern Maidenhair Fern family—Pteridaceae Adiantum aleuticum (Rupr.) Paris (a-dee-AN-tum al-oot-IH-kum) Names: Adiantum aleuticum is also known as A. pedatum var.

aleuticum. Adiantum comes from the Greek, adiantos (unwetted), referring to how the leaves shed water.

Aleuticum is derived from the Aleutian Islands. Pedatum means foot-like (usually a bird’s), referring to its. False Cedars (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis)"False cedar" is a name commonly used for several species of Pacific Northwest trees that occur in 3 separate, but similar looking, genera; none are "true" cedars, which occur in the genus, cedars are commonly grouped together because they share the following characteristics.

Gyromitra infula, commonly known as the hooded false morel or the elfin saddle, is a fungus in the family dark reddish-brown caps of the fruit bodies develop a characteristic saddle-shape in maturity, and the ends of both saddle lobes are drawn out to sharp tips that project above the level of the fruit body.

The stipe is white or flushed pale brown, smooth on the outside, but Family: Discinaceae. Goals / Objectives Completion of a faunal study, as a multi-user handbook in both electronic and printed forms, on the click beetles and their larvae for the genera and species of the northern Great Plains region (NE, SD, ND, MN, MT, SK, MB, AB).

Describe new species from throughout North America. Develop electronic nomenclatural catalogs for the New World genera and North. Four new species of Cladorhizidae (Porifera, Demospongiae, Poecilosclerida) from the Northeast Pacific.

Zootaxa (2): –; doi: /zootaxa Published in. Description of Species. Taxus brevifolia, popularly known as the pacific or western yew, is a coniferous tree which inhabits the temperate rainforest of the Pacific Northwest, shown in Figure 1 below.

The trunk features either a straight or contorted shape and is comprised of a heavy and resistant wood. My Master’s thesis was titled “Systematics of the genus Otidea in the Pacific Northwest” Don’t know the ascomycete genus Otidea. You’re kidding me.

Really. For most of my college years I played drums in a “psychedelic bluegrass” band called The Sugar Beets. Pacific Northwest Region Rare Plant Profiles.

This list includes species proposed or listed as threatened or endangered (TEP) by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS), under the Endangered Species Act (ESA); and/or a plant must be ranked as Critically Imperiled by NatureServe; that is, ranked as G1 and/or T1 using NatureServe's ranking criteria; and, are known to currently exist in at least.

A must-have guide for mushroom hunters in the Pacific Northwest Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is a compact, beautifully illustrated field guide to of the region's most common mushrooms. In addition to profiles on individual species, it also includes a general discussion and definition of fungi, information on where to find mushrooms and guidelines on collecting them, an /5().Once the family has been determined, it [s time to find the genus.

Every family has one (type genus) to hundreds • In alifornias flora, there are many genera that you can also learn to recognize in the field including Eriogonum, Arctostaphylos, Ceanothus, and Delphinium. • In some families, the genera (plural of genus) are better.