This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests in Patagonia. It is unlikely to approach the thresholds for listing under a threatened category, and is assessed as Least Concern.
found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests
This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests in Patagonia. There has been a report from New Zealand, but this is not included in this assessment as it probably represent a different species.
This species is considered to be common.
Population Trend: Stable
This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests and mixed forests. The species occurs on wood and is thought to be a saprotroph. See Cybernome (2020) for potential associated plant species.
No major threats are known at this time due to the widespread occurrence of the species.
No specific conservation actions are required for this species.
Investigations into whether the record of this species in New Zealand truly represents the same species could be beneficial.
There are no known human uses for this species.
Cybernome, the Nomenclator for Fungi and their Associated Organisms. [www.cybertruffle.org.uk/cybernome/eng, website accessed: 30/04/20]