Monographs Details: Thamnomyces chordalis Fr.
Authority: Rogerson, Clark T., et al. 1990. Fungi collected by Bassett Maguire and collabora tors in the Guayana Highland, 1944-1983. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 64: 130-164.
Family:Xylariaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - VENEZUELA. Amazonas: Riverine forest belowRaudal Pacure, elev. 100 m, on decorticated log, 9 Nov1950, BM, RSC & JJW 29404 [CTR]; forest near PiedraTururumeri, elev. 100-140 m, on fallen dead tree,4 Feb 1954, B M , JJW & GSB 37508 [CTR]; RioGuainia, high forest along trail to Guzman, 1-5 km SEof Maroa, elev. 120-140 m, on log, 9 Oct 1957, BM,JJW & William Keith 41784 [JHM]. Bolivar: Sororopan,N facing slope, rainforest at base of Ptari-tepui,elev. 1100 m, on fallen tree, 17-18 Dec 1952, B M &JJW 33974 [DPR]; k m 140-141.5, selva humeda delos arboles con un promedio de 25-30 metros de altura,el el drenaje del Rio Cuyuni, al sur de El Dorado, elev.1300-1380 m, 22-28 Dec 1970, JAS & G & E D JAS104344 [CTR].

Discussion:

= Thamnomyces rostratus Montagne Anamorph: Nodulisporium sp. (Samuels & Miiller, 1980a).

Dennis (1970) accepted T. chordalis with T. rostratus as a synonym. Earlier (Dennis, 1957: 330, fig. 17b, c) he had accepted T. rostratus and T. chordalis as distinct. Samuels and MiUler (1980a: figs. 2, 3). Dennis +

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