Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Gloeophyllales
Family: Gloeophyllaceae
Genus: Campylomyces
Nakasone (2004)
Type species
Campylomyces tabacinus
(Cooke) Nakasone

C. heimii
C. tabacinus

Campylomyces is a genus of wood-rotting fungi in the family Gloeophyllaceae. The genus, circumscribed by Karen K. Nakasone in 2004 to contain two species formerly assigned to Veluticeps, is characterized by producing small, thin, cup-shaped fruit bodies that grow in groups.[1]


  1. Nakasone KK. (2004). "Morphological studies in Veluticeps, Pileodon and related genera" (PDF). Sydowia. 56 (2): 258–280.

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