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Fungi non Delineati 56-57: Characteristic and Rare Species of Gasteromycetes in Eupannonicum

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Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 56-57
By: Imre Rimóczi(Author), Mikael Jeppson(Author), Lajos Benedek(Author)
230 pages, 108 colour photos, b/w photos, b/w distribution maps
Fungi non Delineati 56-57: Characteristic and Rare Species of Gasteromycetes in Eupannonicum
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In this work interesting Gasteromycetes of the European region as rich in these particular mushrooms are described. In fact the main authors of the past who have published numerous contributions on this topic are all of these European regions. There are numerous references to vegetation related to the species treated. The description of each species is illustrated with photographs of microscopic characters performed by electron microscopy (SEM) and is supported by a distributional map of Hungary. In this volume of 230 pages with 108 color photos are presented the following taxa:

Astraeus hygrometricus
Battarraea phalloides
Bovista aestivalis
B. furfuracea
B. plumbea
B. tomentosa
Calvatia candida
Chlorophyllum agaricoides
Conocybe deliquescens
Cyathus stercoreus
Disciseda bovista
D. candida
D. hyalothrix
Galeropsis desertorum
Gastrosporium simplex
Geastrum berkeleyi
G. campestre
G. corollinum
Geastrum coronatum
G. elegans
G. floriforme
G. fornicatum
G. hungaricum
G. kotlabae
G. lageniforme
G. melanocephalum
G. minimum
G. pseudolimbatum
G. rufescens
G. saccatum
G. schmidelii
G. striatum
Lycoperdon decipiens
L. dermoxanthum
L. lividum
L. molle
L. nigrescens
L. pratense
Montagnea radiosa
Mycenastrum corium
Myriostoma coliforme
Phallus hadriani
Phellorinia herculea
Tulostoma brumale
T. cyclophorum
T. fimbriatum
T. giovanellae
T. kotlabae
T. leiosporum
T. melanocyclum
T. obesum
T. pulchellum
T. squamosum

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Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Fungi non Delineati Volume: 56-57
By: Imre Rimóczi(Author), Mikael Jeppson(Author), Lajos Benedek(Author)
230 pages, 108 colour photos, b/w photos, b/w distribution maps
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