Pseudotulasnella guatemalensis is a resupinate species known exclusively from its type collection in 1963 in Guatemala. No further records have been made since and little information is available, so the species is assessed as Data Deficient (DD).
Type and only species in the Pseudotulasnella genus, established based on morphological characteristics, namely of its basidia (Lowy, 1964). No molecular data is available for this species.
Why suggested for a Global Red List Assessment?
Only known from Guatemala.
Population and Trends
P. guatemalensis is only known from its original collection. Further records or targeted search attempts are needed to estimate population size.
Population Trend: Uncertain
Habitat and Ecology
Resupinate species, found growing on rotten frondose wood (Lowy, 1964).
Targeted search efforts are needed to establish population size, distribution limits and habitat preferences.
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