DIVISION: Basidiomycota, ORDER: Poriales, FAMILY: Coriolaceae
Perenniporia ochroleuca , Norweg. J. Bot. 19: 143 (1972)
References to occurrences in Australia
Aberdeen (1979), Bailey (1883: compressus; 1885a; 1886; 1888: and compressus; 1890b: and compressus; 1890c: compressus; 1913: compressus), Berkeley (1845: and compressus; 1859; 1872: ascoboloides; 1877a; 1877b: scrobiculata), Berkeley & Broome (1883: and compressus), Boidin et al. (1998: citing CBS 387.36 [isolated by Refshauge & Proctor, presumably from Australia]), Bresadola (1916), Campbell (1887b: compressus), Chang & Chou (2000), Chang & Kantvilas (1993), Cheel (1912a; 1912b; 1913c; 1914a: ochrolenca; 1918a), Cheel & Cleland (1918), Cleland (1934; 1935a), Cleland & Cheel (1917b: type destroyed; 1923), Cooke (1879c: and Madagascar, and compressus, ascoboloides and scrobiculata; 1882a: and compressus, ascoboloides; 1882b: scrobiculata; 1885a: ascoboloides; 1886e: and compressus; 1891c: scrobiculata; 1892a: and compressus, ascoboloides and scrobiculata), W.B.Cooke (1959), Corner (1984; 1987; 1989a: and with Perenniporia ohiensis listed in synonymy as cf., and Perenniporia sp. of Ryvarden & Johansen (1980: p. 479) also listed in synonymy as cf.), Cunningham (1948d; 1949a: and including Trametes ungulata; 1950b: including T. ungulata and Fomes fulvus sensu Toowoomba, Hartmann at K, and noting for ascoboloides, type is unidentifiable; 1950b; 1955d; 1965: including Trametes ungulata and T. varia, and noting that ascoboloides is unidentifiable), Decock & Ryvarden (1999; 2003: neotropical records need confirmatiom), Decock et al. (2000), Donk (1960; 1967; 1974b: and Europe, noting that occurrence there is still somewhat doubtful, and including Trametes ungulata, T. varia, ? P. havannensis, ? P. junctus and Polyporus detritus Berk. [from Brazil, which according to Ryvarden (1984) is Perenniporia detritus (Berk.) Ryvarden], and with brisbanensis separate), Fries (1851), Hennings (1898: scrobiculata), Hilton (1982; 1983), Killermann (1928: and scrobiculta), Kotlaba & Pouzar (1959), Kuntze (1898: compressum), Lloyd (1911e: p. 4; 1911f: p. 2; 1912d: p. 14; 1913f: p. 8; 1914a: p. 3; 1914d: p. 13; 1915a: p. 279; 1915b: and Africa, Japan and Sri Lanka, pp. 311, 312, 376 and ascoboloides, type destroyed, p. 375; 1916g: p. 4; 1916h: p. 5; 1917e: p. 714; 1917h: pp. 2, 13; 1917i: p. 3; 1918d: p. 10; 1918e: p. 7; 1920b: pp. 975, 976, 979; 1921: p. 1083; 1922a: ochrolencus, p. 1126; 1922b: p. 1162; 1923b: p. 1186, and zonifer, Sarawak, p. 1192; 1924b: pp. 1295, 1298, 1299; 1924c: p. 1319, and junctus, Japan, p. 1317), Mathieson (1946), May (1998), McAlpine (1895: and compressus, ascoboloides and scrobiculata), McCann (2003), Mueller (1881: and compressus, ascoboloides and scrobiculata; 1885a), Patouillard (1889b; 1897a: listed under Ungulina, but comb. inval., Arts 33.1, 43.1, and including Polyporus lineatus Kalchbr.; 1900; 1923: Cambodia; 1928b: Madagascar), Pilát (1936-1942l; 1953), Preston & McLennan (1948), Quanten (1997: P.N.G., including Trametes ungulata, Polyporus havannensis and P. versisporus), Reader (1885c), Refshauge & Proctor (1936), Reid (1967), Rodway (1898a), Romell (1901), Ryvarden (1972a: and Canary Is., and specimens seen from all five continents; 1972b: Kenya; 1977b; 1983: Venezuela, and leveillei, nom. inval.; 1984; 1990: Japan and Sarawak; 1991), Ryvarden & Johansen (1980: and Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania), Saccardo (1888: and Malacca, and compressus, ascoboloides and scrobiculata), Simmonds (1966), Stevenson & Cash (1936: and Japan), Stirling (1903: ochroleucus, ochroleraceus and compressus), Streinz (1862: and compressus), Syme (1992), Talbot (1964b), Tellería et al. (1997: Spain), Trotter (1925), Wakefield (1915), Walters (1962), Willis (1953c; 1955; 1978), Woods & Bailey (1881: and compressus), 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.Ainsworth et al. (2001: U.K.), Bernicchia (2001: Italy), Boedijn (1940: Indonesia), Buchanan & Ryvarden (2000b: N.Z.), Corner (1989a: Brazil, Japan, Malaysia, N.Z., Singapore and Solomon Is.), Cunningham (1948d: EUC, N.Z. and Japan, Portugal and Sri Lanka; 1949a: N.Z.; 1965: N.Z. and Sri Lanka, and EUC, N.Z., and including Polyporus versisporus Lloyd, as versiporus [from Japan, which according to Donk (1974b) is Laetiporus versisporus (Lloyd) Imazeki, and according to Ryvarden (1990) is Dichomitus squalens (P.Karst.) D.A.Reid] and Polyporus havannensis Berk. & M.A.Curtis [from Cuba, which according to Ryvarden (1984) is Trametes cfr. marianna]), Dai (2000: China), Decock & Herrera Figueroa (2000: Cuba), Dingley et al. (1981: Western Samoa), Góes-Neto (1999: Brazil), Henrici (2002: U.K.), Hood (1992: N.Z., and EUC, N.Z.), Jülich (1984c: Corsica, France, Portugal, Spain and Yugoslavia), Kiet (1998: Vietnam), Lindblad (2000: Costa Rica), McKenzie & Jackson (1986: Solomon Is.), Núñez & Daniëls (1999: EUC, Cameroon), Otieno (1969b: Kenya), Pilát (1936-1942: Africa, Asia, South America, Bahamas and Portugal), Risna & Suhirman (2002: Indonesia), Ryvarden & Iturriaga (2001: Venezuela), Ryvarden & Gilbertson (1994: Europe), Ryvarden & Spooner (2004: Azores), Wakefield (1915: Philippines), Zervakis et al. (1998: Greece).
References with illustrations of fruiting bodies - colour
References with illustrations of fruiting bodies - black and white
Cheel & Cleland (1918), Cunningham (1965), Lloyd (1915b: fig. 651; 1917e: fig. 1070).
References with illustrations of microscopic characters
Cunningham (1965), Ryvarden (1972a), Ryvarden & Johansen (1980).