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Fungi non Delineati 18: Contribution à la Connaissance de Quelques Discomycètes Operculés Rares ou Méconnus [Contribution to the Knowledge of some Rare or Poorly Known Operculate Dyscomycetes]

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 18
By: René Dougoud(Author)
70 pages, 28 colour photos, b/w line drawings
Fungi non Delineati 18: Contribution à la Connaissance de Quelques Discomycètes Operculés Rares ou Méconnus [Contribution to the Knowledge of some Rare or Poorly Known Operculate Dyscomycetes]
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Language: French

Some rare species of Dyscomycetes are described. Each species is illustrated by one or more colour photographs and relatives micrographies. The taxa dealt with are:
- Kotlabaea deformis (Karsten) Svrcek
- Kotlabaea delectans (Starb.) Svrcek
- Leucoscypha patavina (Cooke & Saccardo, aput Cooke) Svrcek
- Leucoscypha semiimmersa (P. Karsten) Svrcek
- Neournula pouchetii (Berthet & Riousset) Paden
- Peziza polaripapulata (J. Moravec) K. Hansen
- Peziza pseudoanthracina Donadini
- Pseudombrophila equina (Graddon) Brummelen
- Pseudombrophila stercofringilla Dougoud
- Smardaea amethystina (Phillips) Svrcek
- Smardaea protea Zhuang & Korf
- Thecotheus rivicola (Vacek) Kimbrough & Pfister
- Tricharina ascophanoides (Boudier) Yang & Korf
- Wilcoxina rehmii Yang & Korf

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 18
By: René Dougoud(Author)
70 pages, 28 colour photos, b/w line drawings
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