Monographs Details: Hobsonia mirabilis (Peck) Linder
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:Anamorphic fungi
Description:Distribution and Ecology - VENEZUELA. Bolivar: Chimanta Massif, Torono-tepui, forest between Lower and Middle Falls ofRio Tirica, elev. 1600-1850 m, on dead branch, 27Jan 1955, JAS & JJW 245 [CTR], Torono-tepui, slopeforest above Rio Tirica, elev. 1365-1670 m, 4 Mar1955, JAS & JJW 7265 [CTR].

Discussion:

Linder (1929) accepted two species in Hobsonia, viz. H. gigaspora Berkeley in Massee and H. mirabilis. Hobsonia gigaspora was described from Venezuela and recorded from Dominica, Guadeloupe, Grenada, Trinidad, and Venezuela; H. mirabilis was originally described from N ew York State and recorded from Tennessee. Martin (1959) studied the types and reduced H. gigaspora to synonymy with H. mirabilis. This synonymy was accepted by Dennis (1970). Linder (1929: Pl. 28, figs. 6-90). Dennis +

Distribution:Venezuela South America|