Corner transfered the species into the genus Trogia using the epithet of Holdermanns.
rare species in Asian tropical rain forests. No reports in Gbif (1 as Trogia sylvestris) or iNaturalist.
Yunnan, Indonesia (Java; type), Malaysia and Borneo, Solomon Island
It wass around 100 years ago described as not so rare. but now it seen a rare species.
Population Trend: Decreasing
on soil. Habitat in lowland and mountain forests growing on wood. In the GUNUNG HALIMUN NATIONAL PARK, where this Species grows, the vegetion is formed by trees of Fagaceae family (Castanopsis spp., Lithocarpus spp., and Quercus spp.)´Schima wallichii and Altingia excelsa
Lost of rain forest habitat
Protection of rainforest areas
Comprehensive surveys and inventories in SE region are needed to determine the occurrence and distribution of the fungus. More Field studies in the countries of Southeast Asia, where this spiecies is growing . More information about the ecology is necessary
Holtermann (1898) Mykologische Untersuchungen aus den Tropen: 104 t. 11, 2a—d.
COBNEE, E. J. H. (1966). A monograph of cantharelloid fungi. — Ann. Bot.
Mem. 2: 1-255.
Chua, L.S.L., Lee, S.S., Lee, S.S., Alias, S.A., Jones, E.G.B., Zainuddin, N. & Chan, H.T. (2012). Checklist of Fungi of Malaysia, Issue/No. 132. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Malaysia. pp. 556. —
Corner EHJ (1991) Trogia (Basidiomycetes). The Gardens Bullletin Singapore, Suppl. 2: 1-100