This order contains one family.
Taxon Details and Links
- Tremellodendropsidales , Index Fungorum 152: 1 (2014). Type: Tremellodendropsis (Corner) D.A. Crawford 1954.
- Tremellodendropsis was split out of Aphelaria in 1954. They were treated as part of Clavariaceae but have since parted company. Tremellodendropsis with partially septate basidia was moved to the Tremellales, then the Auriculariales, and now its own order Tremellodendropsidales. Meanwhile Aphelaria was placed in Aphelariaceae in the Cantharellales but has been neglected in recent phylogenies and its true placement is unclear.
- Berbee, M. L., E. Y. Y. Wong, C. K. M. Tsui. 2016. Phylogenetic evidence places the coralloid jelly fungus Tremellodendropsis tuberosa (Tremellodendropsidales) among early diverging Agaricomycetes. Mycological Progress 15(9): pp 939–946. DOI: 10.1007/s11557-016-1220-x
- Corner, E. J. H. 1966. The clavarioid complex of Aphelaria and Tremellodendropsis. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 49(2): 205-211. DOI: 10.1016/S0007-1536(66)80054-2
- Vizzini, A. 2014. Tremellodendropsidales Vizzini, Ord. nov. Index Fungorum 152 [Index Fungorum - published numbers]
- Septum and Pore Cap TEM image by K. Wells, 1994, Mycologia 86: 18-48. University of Minnesota - AFTOL. Shows a continous (unperforated) pore cap, a feature shared with other early diverging Agaricomycetes and also found in the Dacrymycetes.