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Xanthagaricus pakistanicus sp. nov. (Agaricaceae): first report of the genus from Pakistan
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A molecular analysis reveals hidden species diversity within the current concept of Russula maculata (Russulaceae, Basidiomycota)
The current generally accepted concept of Russula maculata defines the species by yellow-brownish spots on the basidiomata, an acrid taste, a yellow spore print and a red pileus. This concept wasExpand
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Fungal systematics and evolution : FUSE 4
Eight new species presented are Calostoma areolatum collected in Wuyishan National Park (China), Crinipellis bidens from Hubei Province (China), Lactifluus sainii from Himalayan India, Inocybe elataExpand
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Lepiota vellingana sp. nov. (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) a new species from Lahore, Pakistan
A new species of Lepiota, L. vellingana, is described and illustrated from Lahore, Pakistan. It is characterized by a campanulate to plano-convex, slightly umbonate, white pileus covered with pinkishExpand
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Clavariadelphus pakistanicus sp. nov., a new club fungus (Basidiomycota: Gomphales) from Himalayan moist temperate forests of Pakistan
A new club fungus, Clavariadelphus pakistanicus sp. nov. included within genus Clavariadelphus Donk and section Clavariadelphus, is described from the Himalayan moist temperate forests of Pakistan.Expand
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A contribution to uredinales of northern areas of Pakistan.
During the uredionological survey of Northern areas of Pakistan, Coleosporium lycopi, Puccinia argentata and Gymnosporangium clavariaeforme have been found infecting different plant species. AmongExpand
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The genus Coprinellus (Basidiomycota; Agaricales) in Pakistan with the description of four new species
Abstract Mushrooms with a thin-fleshed pileus that becomes plicate on opening, deliquescent lamellae and dark brown to blackish basidiospores are commonly called coprinoid mushrooms. The genusExpand
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