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U.S. National Fungus Collections.
Synonyms listed in the nomenclature report are used in the searches.

This report contains data from the following databases: Nomenclature, Specimens, Fungus-Host, Literature

Oct 27, 2021

Nomenclature data for Hypoxylon fragiforme

Hypoxylon fragiforme (Scop. : Fr.) J. Kickx fil. 1835 (Ascomycetes, Xylariales)

= Hypoxylon coccineum Bull. 1791

= Hypoxylon majusculum Cooke 1879 [1878?]

= Nodulisporium ochraceum Preuss 1849

Notes: Nodulisporium anamorph

Distribution: North and South America; Europe.

Substrate: On a variety of woody plants, especially Fagus.

Updated on Nov 04, 2014

The Fungus-Host Distributions database has 64 records for Hypoxylon fragiforme.

Hypoxylon coccineum:

Alnus sp.: Canada - 8376,

Amygdalus persica Bermuda - 18785,

Fagus grandifolia Massachusetts - 906,

Fagus sp. Chile - 6230,Europe - 6230,Germany - 6230,Greece - 8187,Pennsylvania - 6230,Venezuela - 6230,

Nothofagus obliqua Chile - 6792, 7847,

Picea sitchensis Alaska - 2463,

Hypoxylon fragiforme:

Abies alba: Poland - 47076,

Acer rubrum Canada - 8376,

Acer saccharum Canada - 8376,

Acer sp. Canada - 7870,

Alnus fruticosa var. sinuata Alaska - 84,

Alnus sinuata (On wood.) Alaska - 3155, 7870,

Carpinus betulus Poland - 41442, 44009,

Carpinus orientalis Ukraine - 42264,

Corylus avellana Poland - 44009,Spain - 8480,Ukraine - 42264,

Fagus crenata Japan - 42066,

Fagus grandifolia (On bark.) Canada - 8376,Georgia - 278,Indiana - 797,New Hampshire - 3736,New Jersey - 34624,

Fagus moesiaca Yugoslavia - 7983,

Fagus silvatica Denmark - 11573,Netherlands - 45198,Ukraine - 42264,

Fagus sp. (On wood.) England - 6876, 7044,Georgia - 6230,Germany - 48143,Ukraine - 42264,United Kingdom - 6783, 8539,United States - 94,

Fagus sylvatica (On wood.) Austria - 33439,Czech Republic - 43930,Denmark - 34624,Germany - 42067,Poland - 7120, 33170, 42127, 44009,Slovakia - 46817,Sweden - 13197,United States - 94,

Fraxinus spaethiana Japan - 42066,

Pinus mugo subsp. uncinata Germany - 33751,

Quercus garryana Oregon - 44, 94,

Quercus lanuginosa Spain - 8480,

Quercus pubescens Ukraine - 42264,

Quercus robur Switzerland - 29660,

Quercus sp. United States - 94,

Styrax japonicus Japan - 42066,

Hypoxylon majusculum:

Alnus fruticosa var. sinuata: Alaska - 84,

The Literature database has 42 records for Hypoxylon fragiforme.

Anonymous 1960. Index of Plant Diseases in the United States. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 165: 1-531. (94)

Cannon, P.F., Hawksworth, D.L., and Sherwood-Pike, M.A. 1985. The British Ascomycotina. An Annotated Checklist. Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, Surrey, England, 302 pages. (6783)

Cash, E.K. 1953. A checklist of Alaskan fungi. Pl. Dis. Reporter Suppl. 219: 1-70. (84)

Chlebicki, A., and Chmiel, M.A. 2006. Microfungi of Carpinus betulus from Poland I. Annotated list of microfungi. Acta Mycol. 41: 253-278. (41442)

Conners, I.L. 1967. An Annotated Index of Plant Diseases in Canada and Fungi Recorded on Plants in Alaska, Canada and Greenland. Res. Bra. Canada Dept. Agri. 1251: 1-381. (7870)

Cooke, W.B. 1975. The 1970 Indiana foray. Mycologia 67: 1065-1071. (797)

Dennis, R.W.G. 1978. British Ascomycetes. J. Cramer, Vaduz, 585 pages. (6876)

Dennis, R.W.G. 1986. Fungi of the Hebrides. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 383 pages. (8539)

Dudka, I.O., Heluta, V.P., Tykhonenko, Y.Y., Andrianova, T.V., Hayova, V.P., Prydiuk, M.P., Dzhagan, V.V., and Isikov, V.P. 2004. [Fungi of the Crimean Peninsula] (Translated from Russian). M.G. Kholodny Institute of Botany, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 452 pages. (42264)

Eriksson, O.E. 1992. The non-lichenized pyrenomycetes of Sweden. Btjtryck, Lund, Sweden, 208 pages. (13197)

Ginns, J.H. 1986. Compendium of plant disease and decay fungi in Canada 1960-1980. Res. Br. Can. Agric. Publ. 1813: 416. (8376)

Hanlin, R.T. 1963. A revision of the Ascomycetes of Georgia. Georgia Agric. Exp. Sta. Mimeo Ser. n.s. 175: 1-65. (278)

Johnova, M. 2009. Diversity and ecology of selected lignicolous Ascomycetes in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Czech Republic). Czech Mycol. 61: 81-97. (43930)

Johnson, G.T. 1953. The Petersham foray. Mycologia 45: 794-800. (906)

Jong, S.C., and Rogers, J.D. 1972. Illustrations and descriptions of conidial states of some Hypoxylon species. Washington State Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 71: 1-51. (3736)

Kang, J.C., Kong, R.Y.C., and Hyde, K.D. 1998. Studies on the Amphisphaeriales 1. Amphisphaeriaceae (sensu stricto) and its phylogenetic relationships inferred from 5.8S rDNA and ITS2 sequences. Fung. Diversity 1: 147-157. (33604)

Kimmey, J.W., and Stevenson, J.A. 1957. A forest disease survey of Alaska. Pl. Dis. Reporter Suppl. 247: 86-98. (3155)

Kobayashi, T. 2007. Index of fungi inhabiting woody plants in Japan. Host, Distribution and Literature. Zenkoku-Noson-Kyoiku Kyokai Publishing Co., Ltd., 1227 pages. (42066)

Kowalski, T., and Andruch, K. 2012. Mycobiota in needles of Abies alba with and without symptoms of Herpotrichia needle browning. Forest Pathol. 42: 183-190. (47076)

Luchi, N., Pratesi, N., Simi, L., Pazzagli, M., Capretti, P., Scala, A., Slippers, B. , and Pinzani, P. 2011. High-resolution melting analysis: a new molecular approach for the early detection of Diplodia pinea in Austrian pine. Fung. Biol. 115: 715-723. (45198)

Miller, J.H. 1961. A Monograph of the World Species of Hypoxylon. University of Georgia Press, Athens, 158 pages. (6230)

Mujica, F., and Vergara, C. 1945. Flora fungosa Chilena. Indice preliminar de los huespedes de los hongos chilenos y sus referencias bibliograficas. Imprenta Stanley, 199 pages. (6792)

Mulenko, W., Kozlowska, M., and Salata, B. 2004. Microfungi of the Tatra National Park. A checklist. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, 72 pages. (42127)

Mulenko, W., Majewski, T., and Ruszkiewicz-Michalska, M. 2008. A preliminary checklist of Micromycetes in Poland. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences 9: 752. (44009)

Munk, A. 1957. Danish Pyrenomycetes. A Preliminary Flora. Dansk Bot. Ark. 17: 1-491. (11573)

Pantidou, M.E. 1973. Fungus-host index for Greece. Benaki Phytopathol. Inst., Kiphissia, Athens., 382 pages. (8187)

Reid, D. 1985. An annotated list of some fungi from the Channel Islands, mostly from Jersey. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 84: 709-714. (7044)

Sánchez-Ballesteros, J., González, V., Salazar, O., Acero, J., Portal, M., Julián, M., Rubio, V., Bills, G.F., Polishook, J.D., Platas, G., Mochales, S., and Peláez, F. 2000. Phylogenetic study of Hypoxylon and related genera based on ribosomal ITS sequences. Mycologia 92: 964-977. (34624)

Scheuer, C., and Chlebicki, A. 1997. Recent collections of miscellaneous microfungi from South Poland. Acta Mycol. 32: 147-172. (33170)

Schmid-Heckel, H. 1988. Pilze in den Berchtesgadener Alpen. Forschungsberichte Nationalpark Berchtesgaden 15: 1-136. (42067)

Shaw, C.G. 1973. Host fungus index for the Pacific Northwest - I. Hosts. Washington State Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 765: 1-121. (44)

Sieber, T.N., Kowalski, T., and Holdenrieder, O. 1995. Fungal assemblages in stem and twig lesions of Quercus robur in Switzerland. Mycol. Res. 99: 534-538. (29660)

Sieber, T.N., Rys, J., and Holdenrieder, O. 1999. Mycobiota in symptomless needles of Pinus mugo ssp. uncinata. Mycol. Res. 103: 306-310. (33751)

Spaulding, P. 1961. Foreign Diseases of Forest Trees of the World. U.S.D.A. Agric. Handb. 197: 1-361. (7983)

Sprague, R. 1955. A check list of fungi of Glacier Bay, Alaska. Res. Stud. State Coll. Wash. 23: 202-224. (2463)

Stadler, M., Laessoe, T., Fournier, J., Decock, C., Schmieschek, B., Tichy, H.-V., and Persoh, D. 2014. A polyphasic taxonomy of Daldinia (Xylariaceae). Stud. Mycol. 77: 1-143. (48143)

Truszkowska, W., and Chlebicki, A. 1983. Pyrenomycetes wystepujace w zbiorowiskach lesnych Wzgorz Strzelinskich (Dolny Slask). Acta Mycol. 19: 129-157. (7120)

U.S.D.A. Forest Service 1993. Pest Risk Assessment of the Importation of Pinus radiata, Nothofagus dombeyi, and Laurelia philippiana Logs from Chile. U.S.D.A. Misc. Publ. 1517: 1-248. (7847)

Unamuno, P.L.M. 1941. Enumeracion y distribucion geografica de los ascomicetos de la Peninsula Iberica y de las Islas Baleares. Mem. Real Acad. Ci. Exact. Madrid 8: 1-403. (8480)

Vasilyeva, L.N., and Scheuer, C. 1996. [Recent collections of stromatic pyrenomycetes from Austria, especially from Styria]. Mitt. Naturwiss. Vereins Steiermark 126: 61-82. (33439)

Vizioli, J. 1923. Some Pyrenomycetes of Bermuda. Mycologia 15: 107-119. (18785)

Zubrik, M., Kunca, A., and Novotny, J. 2008. HMYZ A HUBY: atlas psokodeni lesnych drevin . Prve vydanie, 178 pages. (46817)

The Specimens database has 383 records for Hypoxylon fragiforme.

Hypoxylon coccineum

- BPI 588137, BPI 588137, BPI 588138, BPI 588138, BPI 588139, BPI 588139, BPI 588141, BPI 588141, BPI 588142, BPI 588142, BPI 588145, BPI 588147, BPI 588151, BPI 588151, BPI 588156, BPI 588162

Aralia spinosa - BPI 588159

Berchemia sp. - BPI 738558, BPI 738558

Betula sp. - BPI 588160

Castanea dentata - BPI 588161, BPI 588161

Fagus americana - BPI 588167, BPI 588167, BPI 588168, BPI 862805, BPI 869895

Fagus ferruginea - BPI 867319b, BPI 869897

Fagus grandifolia - BPI 587566, BPI 587629A, BPI 587629B, BPI 588169, BPI 588170, BPI 588171, BPI 588172

Fagus obliqua - BPI 738562

Fagus sp. - BPI 588163, BPI 588164, BPI 588165, BPI 588165, BPI 588165, BPI 588166, BPI 738559, BPI 738559, BPI 738560, BPI 738560, BPI 738561, BPI 738561, BPI 862800, BPI 862801, BPI 862802, BPI 862803, BPI 862804, BPI 862807, BPI 869892, BPI 869893, BPI 869894, BPI 869896, BPI 869939, BPI 869940, BPI 869941, BPI 869942, BPI 869943, BPI 869944, BPI 920343, BPI 920343

Fagus sylvatica - BPI 588173, BPI 588173, BPI 588173, BPI 588174, BPI 588174, BPI 588175, BPI 588175, BPI 588176, BPI 588176, BPI 588177, BPI 588178, BPI 588178

Ilex opaca - BPI 588179

Quercus sp. - BPI 738563, BPI 738564, BPI 738564

Rhus copallina - BPI 588180

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 588075, BPI 588140, BPI 588140, BPI 588143, BPI 588144, BPI 588146, BPI 588148, BPI 588149, BPI 588149, BPI 588150, BPI 588150, BPI 588152, BPI 588152, BPI 588153, BPI 588153, BPI 588154, BPI 588154, BPI 588155, BPI 588155, BPI 588157, BPI 588158, BPI 738549, BPI 738549, BPI 738549, BPI 738550, BPI 738551, BPI 738551, BPI 738552, BPI 738552, BPI 738553, BPI 738553, BPI 738554, BPI 738554, BPI 738555, BPI 738555, BPI 738556, BPI 738557, BPI 738557, BPI 869898, BPI 869899

Hypoxylon fragiforme

- BPI 588663, BPI 588666, BPI 588666, BPI 588668, BPI 588675, BPI 588676, BPI 588680, BPI 588683, BPI 588688, BPI 588690

Acer rubrum - BPI 588694

Acer saccharum - BPI 588695, BPI 716248

Alnus sinuata - BPI 587742

Alnus tenuifolia - BPI 588696

Betula lenta - BPI 588699

Betula sp. - BPI 588697, BPI 588698

Carpinus sp. - BPI 588700

Castanea dentata - BPI 588701, BPI 588702

Crataegus sp. - BPI 588703

Fagus americana - BPI 588763, BPI 588764, BPI 588765, BPI 588766, BPI 588767, BPI 588768

Fagus atropunicea - BPI 587757, BPI 587761, BPI 587763, BPI 588769, BPI 588770, BPI 588771, BPI 588772, BPI 588773, BPI 716249

Fagus ferruginea - BPI 588774

Fagus grandifolia - BPI 587664, BPI 587695, BPI 587765, BPI 587766, BPI 587767, BPI 588775, BPI 588776, BPI 588777, BPI 588778, BPI 588779, BPI 588780, BPI 588781, BPI 588782, BPI 588783, BPI 588784, BPI 588785, BPI 588786, BPI 588787, BPI 588788, BPI 588789, BPI 716250, BPI 748476

Fagus sp. - BPI 587661, BPI 587694, BPI 587743, BPI 587744, BPI 587745, BPI 587746, BPI 587748, BPI 587749, BPI 587751, BPI 587753, BPI 587753, BPI 587756, BPI 587768, BPI 588704, BPI 588705, BPI 588706, BPI 588707, BPI 588708, BPI 588709, BPI 588710, BPI 588710, BPI 588711, BPI 588712, BPI 588713, BPI 588714, BPI 588714, BPI 588715, BPI 588716, BPI 588717, BPI 588717, BPI 588717, BPI 588718, BPI 588719, BPI 588719, BPI 588720, BPI 588720, BPI 588721, BPI 588721, BPI 588721, BPI 588722, BPI 588723, BPI 588723, BPI 588724, BPI 588724, BPI 588725, BPI 588725, BPI 588726A, BPI 588726B, BPI 588727, BPI 588729, BPI 588730, BPI 588731, BPI 588732, BPI 588733, BPI 588734, BPI 588735, BPI 588736, BPI 588737, BPI 588738, BPI 588739, BPI 588740, BPI 588741, BPI 588742, BPI 588743, BPI 588744, BPI 588745, BPI 588746, BPI 588747, BPI 588748, BPI 588749, BPI 588750, BPI 588750, BPI 588751, BPI 588752, BPI 588753, BPI 588754, BPI 588755, BPI 588756, BPI 588757, BPI 588758, BPI 588758, BPI 588759, BPI 588760, BPI 588761, BPI 588762, BPI 588762

Fagus sylvatica - BPI 1111808, BPI 587758, BPI 587759, BPI 587764, BPI 588790, BPI 588791, BPI 588792, BPI 588793, BPI 588794, BPI 588795, BPI 588796, BPI 588797, BPI 588798, BPI 588799, BPI 588800, BPI 588801, BPI 588802, BPI 588803, BPI 588804, BPI 588805, BPI 588805, BPI 588806, BPI 588807, BPI 588808, BPI 588809, BPI 588810, BPI 588811, BPI 802242

Fraxinus sp. - BPI 588812

Ostrya virginiana - BPI 588813

Populus grandidentata - BPI 587762

Quercus sp. - BPI 587760, BPI 588728, BPI 588814

Substrate Undetermined - BPI 587670, BPI 587705, BPI 587741, BPI 587747, BPI 587750, BPI 587752, BPI 587754, BPI 587755, BPI 588661, BPI 588662, BPI 588662, BPI 588664, BPI 588664, BPI 588665, BPI 588665, BPI 588665, BPI 588667, BPI 588667, BPI 588667, BPI 588669, BPI 588671, BPI 588672, BPI 588673, BPI 588674, BPI 588677, BPI 588678, BPI 588679, BPI 588681, BPI 588682, BPI 588684, BPI 588685, BPI 588687, BPI 588689A, BPI 588689B, BPI 588691, BPI 588692, BPI 588693, BPI 716209, BPI 716210, BPI 716211, BPI 716212, BPI 716213, BPI 716214, BPI 716215, BPI 716216, BPI 716217, BPI 716218, BPI 716219, BPI 716220, BPI 716221, BPI 716222, BPI 716223, BPI 716224, BPI 716225, BPI 716226, BPI 716227, BPI 716228, BPI 716229, BPI 716230, BPI 716231, BPI 716232, BPI 716233, BPI 716234, BPI 716235, BPI 716236, BPI 716237, BPI 716238, BPI 716239, BPI 716240, BPI 716241, BPI 716242, BPI 716243, BPI 716244, BPI 716245, BPI 716246, BPI 716247, BPI 716328

unknown, hardwood - BPI 588670, BPI 588686



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