This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests of Patagonia. It is assessed as Least Concern.
This species was described by Lickey et al. in 2003.
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
found over a very broad area in Nothofagus forests
This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagaceae forests of southern Chile and Argentina.
Population and Trends
This widespread species is common throughout Nothofagaceae forests in the northern parts of Patagonia. The occurrence of this species in many different forests across a wide area suggests that its status is stable.
Population Trend: Stable
Habitat and Ecology
This species is found over a very broad area in Nothofagaceae forests and mixed forests in northern Patagonia. This species is found on wood and is presumed to be a saprotroph.
Due to the widespread occurrence of this species in a variety of Nothofagaceae-dominated forests, there are currently no major threats that imperil this species.
No specific conservation actions are needed with regards to this species.
No specific research is currently needed to understand the conservation of this species.
Use and Trade
This species has no known human uses.
Artomyces adrienneae from Chilean Valdivian forest near Valdivia. Photo by M. E. Smith