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Fungi Europaei, Volume 8: Xerocomus s.l. [English / Italian]

Flora / Fauna Monograph
Series: Fungi Europaei Volume: 8
By: H Ladurner(Author), Giampaolo Simonini(Author)
527 pages, 21 colour plates, 343 b/w line drawings
Fungi Europaei, Volume 8: Xerocomus s.l. [English / Italian]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Italian

The taxa belonging to European Xerocomoideae are described, illustrated and discussed. To this purpose, the microanatomical features of 24 European taxa have been exhaustively analysed and illustrated by micrographs. The taxonomical conclusions are summarised in a key; the taxa keyed out are:

- X. parasiticus
- X. ichnusanus
- X. roseoalbidus
- X. badius
- X. moravicus
- X. pelletieri
- X. subtomentosus
- X. ferrugineus
- X. persicolor
- X. armeniacus var. venosipes
- X. armeniacus f. luteolus
- X. armeniacus
- X. porosporus
- X. fennicus
- X. rubellus
- X. dryophilus
- X. ripariellus
- X. pruinatus
- X. cisalpinus
- X. chrysenteron
- X. erubescens
- X. bubalinus

Also included are X. depilatus and X. impolitus, that, based on molecular data, recently have been transferred from Boletus to Xerocomus.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
Series: Fungi Europaei Volume: 8
By: H Ladurner(Author), Giampaolo Simonini(Author)
527 pages, 21 colour plates, 343 b/w line drawings
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