DIVISION: Basidiomycota, ORDER: Ganodermatales, FAMILY: Ganodermataceae
Ganoderma australe , Bull. Soc. Mycol. France 4: 1712 (1887)
Cunningham (1965: Elfvingia australis and with E. tornata separate, including galagensis and nigrolaccatus, and with Polyporus scansilis under E. applanata), Ryvarden (1972a), Steyaert (1972: and adspersum), Ryvarden (1973b: tornatus under G. applanatum), Donk (1974b: australis nom. dub., adspersum separate, including australe sensu auct. p.p.), Steyaert (1975: australe under G. tornatum, including oroflavum), Ryvarden & Johansen (1980), Corner (1983), Jülich (1984c: adspersum), Rajchenberg (1989: australe under G. applanatum), Ryvarden (1989; 1991: and tornatus under G. applanatum), Ryvarden & Gilbertson (1993), Buchanan & Wilkie (1995), Moncalvo & Ryvarden (1997: australis may not occur in Europe), Quanten (1997), Gottlieb & Wright (1999: tornatum including oroflavum, and with australe as synonym, and as nom. conf., and discussing annulare which they confuse with G. annularis (Fr.) Gilb.), Buchanan & Ryvarden (2000b), Smith & Sivasithamparam (2003: list tornatus as synonym, no mention of other synonyms).
References to occurrences in Australia
Aberdeen (1979: and tornata), Audas (1912b; 1912c), Bailey (1883; 1888; 1890b; 1913: and scansilis), Berkeley (1839; 1859; 1872; 1877a), Bougher & Syme (1998: and adspersum), Bresadola & Saccardo (1890), Buchanan & Wilkie (1995), Cheel (1907b; 1913c: ?), Cheel & Cleland (1918), Cleland & Cheel (1917b: including F. chilensis, and comment that scansilis, according to Lloyd sensu Cooke is a diseased form of F. australis), Cooke (1879c; 1882a: not P. tornatus, Pers.; 1892a: and scansilis), Cunningham (1950b; 1965: including annularis sensu Lloyd (1917h: p. 6) and with tornata separate, including australis sensu Paramatta R. at K), Humphrey & Leus (1931: and tornatum), Lloyd (1911g: p. 10; 1915e: p. 2; 1917h: annularis, refers specimen from Australia, Wilson to Fomes annularis [without author citation, see also record of this taxon by Stevenson & Cash (1936) who refer to specimen from Vic., Wilson under Fomes annularis Lloyd], p. 6), Maiden (1904: Norfolk Is.), McAlpine (1895: and scansilis), Mueller (1874; 1881: and tornatus; 1885a; 1885b: Norfolk Is.), Rodway (1898a), Ryvarden (1972a: sensu Cunningham from Australia and elsewhere at K is identical to European specimens usually called G. adspersum, which is proposed as a synonym of australe), Saccardo (1888; 1891), Simmonds (1966), Simpson (1996), Simpson & Eldridge (1986), Smith & Sivasithamparam (2000; 2000a; 2003: and including Ganoderma australe var. arculatum sensu McAlpine (1895) and sensu Cooke (1882a & 1892), and Ganoderma applanatum sensu Cooke (1882a, 1892), McAlpine (1895), Cleland (1935), Humphrey and Leus (1931), Fuhrer & Robinson (1992), Hilton & Clancy (1988) and Cunningham (1965)), Stevenson & Cash (1936: annularis), Stirling (1903), Steyaert (1972: tornatum), Tisdall (1886; 1889), Tisdall & Wallis (1901), Woods & Bailey (1881), Young (2005: Ganoderma australe sensu Bougher & Syme (1998) 'is most likely to be G. applanatum'), Young et al. (2002; 2004).
References to occurrences outside Australia (general)
These are reports from outside Australia of taxa first described from Australian type localities. Any reports that specify association with Eucalyptus are listed separately.Blackman (1900: Christmas Is.), Ridley (1891: Christmas Is.; 1905: Christmas Is.).
References to occurrences outside Australia (with Eucalyptus)
These are reports from outside Australia which specify an association with Eucalyptus.Farr et al. (1989: with Eucalyptus, U.S.A.).
References with illustrations of fruiting bodies - colour
Bougher & Syme (1998), Cooke (1892a), Simpson & Eldridge (1986).
References with illustrations of fruiting bodies - black and white
Aberdeen (1979), Cheel & Cleland (1918), Young (2005).
References with illustrations of microscopic characters
Bougher & Syme (1998), Humphrey & Leus (1931: tornatum), Smith & Sivasithamparam (2003).