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Fungi non Delineati 26: Rare and Interesting Species of Psathyrella

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 26
By: Eef Arnolds(Author)
76 pages, 8 colour plates, 23 micrographies
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Language: English

21 European species of Psathyrella are described: P. amarescens, P. purpureobadia, P. romagnesii, P. macrocystidiata, P. granulosa, P. sphaerocystis, P. leucotephra, P. chondroderma, P. scheppingensis, P. niveobadia, P. pseudocorrugis, P. lutensis, P. panaeoloides, P. twickelensis, P. dicrani, P. fageticola, P. fulvescens, P. gossypina, P. mesobromionis, P. ocellata, P. seymourensis and P. trivialis.

Most descriptions are based on collections that were made in the Netherlands. The species are described in agreement with the taxonomic order according to Kits van Waveren (1985)

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Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 26
By: Eef Arnolds(Author)
76 pages, 8 colour plates, 23 micrographies
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