Corallofungus hatakeyamanus is in need of modern interpretation. It is known from only one locality in a forest of common tree species, but it is unclear whether this species is restricted only to this region or widespread. This species is inconspicuous and may be overlooked. We currently suggest this species be categorized as data deficient (DD) until further information is known.
Corallofungus hatakeyamanus is in need of modern interpretation as it has been hypothesized to be two species rather than one (He et al. 2019).
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
This species is known from one locality in Akita, Japan. This locality is described as a forest containing Fagus and Quercus Trees (Kobayasi, 1983).
Population and Trends
There is no current information describing population size or trends of this species. However, the forest from the one known locality contains tree species which are widespread (Kobayasi, 1983).
Population Trend: Uncertain
Habitat and Ecology
This species is known only from one locality growing in a mixed forest of Fagus and Quercus trees (Kobayasi, 1983). This species is reported as asexual with a white/cream colored globose fruit structure (Kobayasi, 1983).
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