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Fungi non Delineati 54-55: Inocybe dai Litorali alla Zona Alpina [Inocybe from the Coasts to the Alpine Area]

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 54-55
By: Erminio Ferrari(Author)
216 pages, 106 colour photos, 69 b/w line drawings
Fungi non Delineati 54-55: Inocybe dai Litorali alla Zona Alpina [Inocybe from the Coasts to the Alpine Area]
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Language: Italian

This work complements the previous contribution (Fungi non Delineati, Pars 34-36) and includes the species found by the author and by other mycologists, from coasts to alpine zone. In this volume of 216 pages there are described about 70 species with 106 color photos and 69 micrographs performed by the author. This is the second book with color photos on genus Inocybe hat exists in the mycological world literature. The systematic order and the taxonomic-nomenclature statement used are that proposed by M. BON.

The new taxa are:
- Inocybe rubidofracta E. Ferrari, sp. nov.
- Inocybe appendiculata var. longicystidiata E. Ferrari & Ferrero, var. nov.
- Inocybe aurantiifolia var. pseudoaurantiifolia E. Ferrari, var. nov.
- Inocybe iseranensis E. Ferrari, sp. nov.

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 54-55
By: Erminio Ferrari(Author)
216 pages, 106 colour photos, 69 b/w line drawings
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