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Fungi Europaei, Volume 2: Boletus s.l. [Italian] Strobilomycetaceae, Gyroporaceae, Gyrodontaceae, Suillaceae, Boletaceae

Flora / Fauna Monograph
Series: Fungi Europaei Volume: 2
Jose Antonio Muñoz(Author), E Rebaudengo(Illustrator) et al
952 pages, 92 colour plates, 428 colour photos, 110 b/w line drawings
Fungi Europaei, Volume 2: Boletus s.l. [Italian]
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Language: Italian with trilingual keys in English, Spanish, and Italian

The present work includes the Boletus s. l., and studies some of the different families of taxones which can be found in Europe, such as Strobilomycetaceae Gilb., Gyroporaceae (Sing.) Binder et Bresinsky, Gyrodontaceae (Sing.) Hienem., Suillaceae (Sing.) Besl et Bresinsky and Boletaceae Chevall. (the last one with the exception of Xerocomus Quel., thoroughly described in vol. 8 of this collection by Ladurner et Simonini, 2003). All of them are in the Boletales Gilb. Order. The greater part of those specific and infraspecific taxa present in the European literature are described and discussed here. One hundred and ten taxas are included, with their original diagnosis, macro and microscopic descriptions, corologic data and those nomenclaturals aspects about the most critical taxas.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
Series: Fungi Europaei Volume: 2
Jose Antonio Muñoz(Author), E Rebaudengo(Illustrator) et al
952 pages, 92 colour plates, 428 colour photos, 110 b/w line drawings
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