DIVISION: Basidiomycota, ORDER: Poriales, FAMILY: Coriolaceae
Coriolopsis strumosa , Kew Bull. 31: 95 (1976)
[Cunningham (1965: Osmoporus latus, including Polyporus fijii , Ryvarden (1976b), Ryvarden & Johansen (1980), Corner (1989a), Ryvarden (1991), Zhao & Zhang (1992), Quanten (1997), Buchanan & Ryvarden (2000b)]
References to occurrences in Australia
Aberdeen (1979: latus, B), Bailey (1883: aratus, atratus, luteo-olivaceus, acupunctata and placodes; 1886: luteo-olivaceus; 1888 placodes, aratus, luteo-olivaceus, acupunctata; 1890b: placodes, aratus, luteo-olivaceus and acupunctata; 1913: placodes, aratus and luteo-olivaceus), Berkeley (1839: latus; 1859: latus; 1872: acupunctatus, as A. [in error for B.[erkeley]]; 1877a: aratus, Lord Howe Is., and luteo-olivaceus, nom. nud.), Berkeley & Broome (1879: luteo-olivaceus, B), Blackman (1900: luteo-olivaceus, Christmas Is.), Bresadola (1890: luteo-olivaceus; 1916: acupunctatus, including latus, aratus and Polyporus griseobrunneus Henn., and luteo-olivaceus, including placodes; 1920: acupunctatus, including luteo-olivaceus), Bresadola & Saccardo (1890: luteo-olivaceus, including placodes), Cleland & Cheel (1917b: according to Lloyd sensu Cooke (1892a) is probably P. adustus; 1923: luteo-olivaceus), Cooke (1879c: latus, acupunctata, placodes and aratus; 1882a: and latus, placodes, aratus and luteo-olivaceus; 1882b: acupunctata; 1885d: acupunctatus and placodes; 1886a: aratus; 1892a: and latus, aratus Lord Howe Is. and P.N.G, and luteo-olivaceus), Corner (1989a; 1989b: aratus sensu det. Lloyd in SING is Trametes tenuis), Cunningham (1927d: luteo-olivaceus, record by Wakefield from N.Z. is doubtful; 1949a; 1950b: no specimens at K, and acupunctata, with type cited from Lord Howe Is., including latus [some specimens at K which are listed on p. 216 as filed under this name are also listed on p. 246 as referred by Cooke to Polyporus versicutis] and aratus, and placodes, including luteo-olivaceus; 1965: no specimens at K, and with latus separate, including acupunctata, placodes, aratus and luteo-olivaceus), Fries (1851: latus), Hennings (1894: luteo-olivaceus, and New Guinea; 1898: luteo-olivaceus; 1903: luteo-olivaceus), Horak & Mouchacca (1998: luteo-olivacea, New Caledonia), Kuntze (1898: latus, acupunctatum Berk. & Broome, placodes, aratus and luteo-olivaceus), Lizoò (1992: placodes), Lloyd (1914d: luteo-olivaceus, p. 7; 1918d: luteo-olivaceus, p. 4; 1920b: luteo-olivaceus, p. 958; 1921: luteo-olivaceus, p. 1072), McAlpine (1895: and latus, aratus and luteo-olivaceus), Mueller (1880a; 1881: and latus, acupunctatus, placodes, aratus, atratus, and luteo-olivaceus, luteo-olivascens), Otieno (1969b: acupunctatus, Kenya, Rhodesia, Somaliland, Sudan, Uganda and Zambia), Patouillard (1928a: luteo-olivaceus, luteo-olivascens, including placodes, and perhaps aratus, and Vietnam; 1928b: luteo-olivaceus, Madagascar), Petrak (1968: latus, aratus and luteo-olivaceus), Reid (1967), Ridley (1905: luteo-olivaceus, Christmas Is.), Rodway (1898a: latus), Ryvarden (1972b: latus, and Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda; 1976b; 1984; 1991: luteo-olivaceus under Megasporoporia cavernulosa (Berk.) Ryvarden [Presumably an error, given that according to Ryvarden et al. (1982) this latter species is resupinate, and luteo-olivaceus was described as pileate. Note also that Ryvarden (1984) had placed luteo-olivaceus under Coriolopsis strumosa.]), Ryvarden & Johansen (1980), Saccardo (1888: latus, placodes, aratus, Lord Howe Is. and luteo-olivaceus; 1891: luteo-olivaceus), Shivas & Hilton (1990: luteo-olivaceus, Christmas Is.), Thümen (1875: placodes), Trotter (1925: acupunctatus and luteo-olivaceus), Wakefield (1920: aratus, New Caledonia, including luteo-olivaceus and acupunctata), Walters (1955: placodes; 1962), Woods & Bailey (1881: luteo-olivaceus, placodes, and acupunctatus), Young et al. (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.Horak & Mouchacca (1998: listing the record of Polyporus aratus from New Caledonia, under strumosa).