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Armillaria ostoyae (Romagn.) Herink (Dark Honey Fungus)

BioImages BioImages (www.bioimages.org.uk) has 11 images of Armillaria ostoyae (Dark Honey Fungus)

NBN NBN (data.nbn.org.uk) has the UK distribution map of Armillaria ostoyae (Dark Honey Fungus)

FRDBI FRDBI (www.fieldmycology.net/gbchklst/gbchklst.asp) has the UK and Ireland records of Armillaria ostoyae (Dark Honey Fungus)

Suggested Literature

General Works

anon., 2007 Honey fungus – Armillaria species

Armillaria ostoyae may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI
(true fungi)
BASIDIOMYCOTA
(spore droppers)
AGARICOMYCETES
(a class of fungi)
AGARICALES
(mushrooms and toadstools)
PHYSALACRIACEAE
(a family of chanterelles)
Armillaria
(honey fungi)
Armillaria mellea s.l. (via Armillaria ostoyae) Macromycetes (via Agaricales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Armillaria ostoyae is associated with:

fruitbody Pinopsida - conifers fruitbody infects and damages live UK/Ireland Major anon., 2007
fruitbody Trees and shrubs - trees and shrubs, including conifers fruitbody infects and damages live wood UK/Ireland Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005 [parasitic then saprobic]
fruitbody Betula - birches (Fagales: Betulaceae) fruitbody is saprobic on decayed wood UK/Ireland Orton, P.D., 1986
fruitbody Pinus sylvestris (native Scottish form) - Caledonian Pine (Pinales: Pinaceae) fruitbody is saprobic on decayed wood UK/Ireland Orton, P.D., 1986
fruitbody Trees and shrubs - trees and shrubs, including conifers fruitbody is saprobic on dead wood UK/Ireland Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005 [parasitic then saprobic]
mycelial fan Rumex obtusifolius - Broad-leaved Dock (Caryophyllales: Polygonaceae) mycelial fan infects and damages live root UK/Ireland Captivity West, J.S., Hughes, C. & Fox, R.T.V., 2000 [causes wilting or senescence]
mycelial fan Rumex obtusifolius - Broad-leaved Dock (Caryophyllales: Polygonaceae) mycelial fan infects and damages live root collar UK/Ireland Captivity West, J.S., Hughes, C. & Fox, R.T.V., 2000 [causes wilting or senescence]

There may be more taxa associated with Armillaria ostoyae listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)
Armillaria mellea s.l. (via Armillaria ostoyae)

Associated with Armillaria ostoyae:

Armillaria ostoyae may be associated with taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)
AGARICALES
(mushrooms and toadstools)
Armillaria mellea s.l. (via Armillaria ostoyae) Macromycetes (via Agaricales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

References

anon., 2007 Honey fungus – Armillaria species
Legon, N.W. & Henrici, A. with Roberts, P.J., Spooner, B.M. & Watling, R., 2005 Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota
Orton, P.D., 1986 Fungi of Northern Pine and Birch woods
West, J.S., Hughes, C. & Fox, R.T.V., 2000 Armillaria mellea can infect the perennial weed, Rumex obtusifolius, in the UK
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