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Synopsis Fungorum, Volume 35

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Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 35
By: Leif Ryvarden(Editor)
61 pages, 27 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
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Language: English

Volume 35 contains the following papers:

- Studies in Neotropical polypores 41. A new species of Amylosporus from Catinga dry woodlands, Brazil. E. R. Drechsler-Santos, C. A. Salvador-Montoya and L. Ryvarden   4
- Studies in Neotropical polypores 42. New and noteworthy polypores from Costa Rica. J.Vlasák Jr., J. Vlasák, & L. Ryvarden   9
- Some Basidiomycetes (Aphyllophorales) from Mexico, V. Spirin & L. Ryvarden   34
- Studies in Neotropical polypores 43. A note on the genus Tyromyces in tropical America. L. Ryvarden   43
- Studies in Neotropical polypores 44. Some new species from tropical America L. Ryvarden   48
- Some Basidiomcyetes (Aphyllophorales) from Namibia. L. Ryvarden   53
- Studies in Neotropical polypores 45. Two new species (Polyporales, Agaricomycetes) from the Brazilian Amazonia A. C. Gomes-Silva, L. Ryvarden & T. B. Gibenoni   55

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Synopsis Fungorum Volume: 35
By: Leif Ryvarden(Editor)
61 pages, 27 colour photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Fungiflora A/S
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