Monographs Details: Caripia montagnei
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:Podoscyphaceae
Scientific Name:Caripia montagnei
Description:Distribution and Ecology - VENEZUELA. Amazonas: Rio Negro, riverine forestnear Piedra Cucuy, elev. 100 m, on twigs and fallenrotten legume pods, 10 Apr 1953, B M & JJW 5^957[ALW]; Rio Orinoco, Rio Cunucunuma, Playa Alta,in riverine forest, elev. 100 m, on dry rotting wood, 7Nov 1950, B M, RSC & JJW 29474 [CTR]; Ceno Duida, Rio Cunucunuma, ridge W of Cano Culebra, elev. 1700-1800 m, on fallen branch, 22 Nov 1950, BM, RSC & JJW 29717 [CTR]. Bolivar: Chimanta Massif, along Rio Tirica (Rio Aparuren) just above Techinemeru, elev. 470 m, on dead twigs, 16 Jan 1955, JAS & JJW 29474 [CTR]; Hato la Vergarena, forest and savanna SE of La Queina, S of ranch house, elev. 420 m, on dead twigs and log, 22 Oct 1954, JJW & N G LG 765 [ALW, 152]; 10-15 k m below Ceno Escalera, elev.350 m, in riverine woodland, 17 Aug 1962, BM, JAS& C K M 46769 [CTR].SURINAM. Tafelberg, W escarpment, elev. 485 m,10 Sep 1944, B M 24680F [CTR; this specimen wascited by Seaver (1948: 62) as Hypolysus montagnei].

Discussion:

Comer (1950: 197). Dennis +, fig. 2M.

Distribution:Venezuela South America|