- Coca L.F., Gómez Gómez S., Guzmán Guillermo J., Trujillo Trujillo E., Clavijo L., Zuluaga A., Dal Forno M. & Lumbsch H.T.
- 597(2): 153–164
As a result of botanical and lichenological expeditions in the Colombian Andean-Amazonian Piedmont, in the Brazilian
Amazon, and in Veracruz, Mexico, a new species of Sulzbacheromyces was discovered and is here described based on morphological, anatomical, and molecular characters. S. leucodontium differs from other neotropical species in the genus by
having white basidiomata and colonial algae in the thallus and represents the species with the widest distribution of the genus
in the Americas, from Mexico to Brazil. In addition, the most complete phylogenetic reconstruction of the genus to date is
presented as well as a key to the known species of Sulzbacheromyces in the Neotropics.
Key words: ITS barcoding, Lepidostromatales, maximum likelihood, phylogeny, soil inhabiting.
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