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Fungi non Delineati 37: Algunos Basidiomicetos Raros o Interesantes de la Peninsula Iberica [Some Rare or Interesting Basidiomycetes of the Iberian Peninsula]

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 37
By: M Luisa Castro(Author), Jaime Bernardo Blanco-Díos(Author)
80 pages, colour plates, line drawings
Fungi non Delineati 37: Algunos Basidiomicetos Raros o Interesantes de la Peninsula Iberica [Some Rare or Interesting Basidiomycetes of the Iberian Peninsula]
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Language: Spanish

Thirty taxa of rare and less frequently cited macrobasidiomycetes were studied, in the Iberian Peninsula, belonging to the genera:

- Agaricus
- Amanita
- Arachnion
- Boletus
- Bovista
- Cantharellus
- Cystoderma
- Entoloma
- Geastrum
- Gyroporus
- Hericium
- Laurobasidium
- Leccinum
- Leucocoprinus
- Mutinus
- Phylloporus
- Psilocybe
- Suillus
- Torrendia
- Volvariella


One new combination, Leucocoprinus ianthinus var. subglobisporus are sugested.

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Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 37
By: M Luisa Castro(Author), Jaime Bernardo Blanco-Díos(Author)
80 pages, colour plates, line drawings
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