Fungi developing on dung samples, from a wide range of locations and incubated in moist chambers, were recorded. Highly significant differences were found. Animal dung, and especially that of herbivorous mammals, bears a large number of fungi that are adapted to their specialized substratum. Various adaptations. PDF | Fungi developing on dung samples, from a wide range of locations Occurrence of common coprophilous fungi on different dung types.

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Coprophilous fungi from Brazil

Retrieved 30 March Animal feces provide an environment rich in nitrogenous material as well as various enzymes from the animal’s digestive system. It would be necessary to examine more samples to determine whether these are features of the Brazilian mycobiota or the result of a limited sample. Samples were rehydrated and incubated on 1 August on moist paper towelling in plastic boxes with lightly fitting transparent lids, under ambient light and at room temperature ca o C.

University of Toronto Press. Eriobolussmooth to minutely verrucose, As such, some species have developed means of discharging spores a large distance.

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coprophilou Lundqvist and Van Brummelenin their monographic treatments coprophioous the Sordariaceae and Ascobolus and Saccobolusnoted some early records but, apart from the collections of Andre de Meijer personal communication and Jahnthere seem to be few recent records of coprophilous fungi from Brazil.


Krug Macroscopically similar to S. January 03, ; Revised: Fruiting bodies were removed and mounted in water for examination at higher magnification. This is the commonest, most widespread and most variable species of Saccobolus.

Samples were incubated for up to10 wk, with observations continuing whilst new fungi ufngi being observed. Services on Demand Journal. This page was last edited on 5 Januaryat How to cite this article. Samples were examined frequently, at intervals of a few days, with a x magnification stereomicroscope.

Van Brummelen described S. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the commonest Coprinus species developing on dung worldwide when incubated in moist chambers, and is characterised by its bright white veil of globose cells and small x By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Fubgi The particular feature of this fungus is its large spores, which have two pigmented cells Coprophilous fungi release their spores to the surrounding vegetation, which is then funfi by herbivores.

Coprophilous fungi

These records, although based on a very small number corophilous samples, point to the high diversity of Brazilian coprophilic fungi. Points of interest in these observations are the relative abundance of Saccobolus species in contrast to the scarcity of Ascobolusa ratio of 4. Spores mostly partially biseriate, black, ellipsoid, x Descriptions of some of the more interesting fungi are given, and aspects of their biodiversity and ecology are discussed.


Mycological Papers, The seven samples provided a total of 75 records of 32 species. Paraphyses with yellow contents. During a visit to Brazil inseven samples of herbivore coprophiloud were collected from the Bonito and Pantanal do Rio Negro areas Matto Grosso do Sul and incubated, on return to the U. It seems to be less frequent than S. Stroma dark brown-blackish, thinly clavate, 8.

The hardy spores of coprophilous species are unwittingly consumed by herbivores ciprophilous vegetation, and are excreted along with the plant matter.

Cap reddish, setulose, the setules brown and capitate.

Coprophilous fungi – Wikipedia

Fungi by adaptation Coprophagous organisms. Retrieved from ” https: Spores in a 4 x 2 arrangement when young sect. Since perithecia are very small and immersed, except for the erumpent neck and ostiole, Phomatospora spp. Cap with sphaerocysts and setules, the setules ampullate at the base, but not capitate. Most were dry when collected, and were placed in paper envelopes. The spores then remain in the animal as the plants are digestedpass through the animal’s intestines and are finally defecated.

Spores obliquely uniseriate, hyaline, ellipsoid,