Le sous-ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un rang taxinomique de champignons de l’ordre des Boletales. Le sous ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un assemblage monophylétique des Hyménomycètes (Fungi en formation) et les Gastéromycètes (Vesse-de-loup).

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  • Le sous-ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un rang taxinomique de champignons de l’ordre des Boletales. Le sous ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un assemblage monophylétique des Hyménomycètes (Fungi en formation) et les Gastéromycètes (Vesse-de-loup).
  • Sclerodermatineae is a suborder of the fungal order Boletales. Circumscribed in 2002 by mycologists Manfred Binder and Andreas Bresinsky, it contains nine genera and about 80 species. The suborder contains a diverse assemblage fruit body morphologies, including boletes, gasteroid forms, earthstars (genus Astraeus), and puffballs. Most species are ectomycorrhizal, although the ecological role of some species is not known with certainty. The suborder is thought to have originated in the late Cretaceous (145–66 Ma) in Asia and North America, and the major genera diversified around the mid Cenozoic (66–0 Ma).
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  • Le sous-ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un rang taxinomique de champignons de l’ordre des Boletales. Le sous ordre des Sclerodermatineae est un assemblage monophylétique des Hyménomycètes (Fungi en formation) et les Gastéromycètes (Vesse-de-loup).
  • Sclerodermatineae is a suborder of the fungal order Boletales. Circumscribed in 2002 by mycologists Manfred Binder and Andreas Bresinsky, it contains nine genera and about 80 species. The suborder contains a diverse assemblage fruit body morphologies, including boletes, gasteroid forms, earthstars (genus Astraeus), and puffballs. Most species are ectomycorrhizal, although the ecological role of some species is not known with certainty.
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