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Rare and interesting species of Psathyrella found in the Tatra National Park
- A. Ronikier
- 30 June 2007
Three species of the genus Psathyrella are described and illustrated in the paper. One of them: P. hydrophiloides is new to Poland, while two others: P. conopilus and P. murcida are new to the Polish… Expand
Contribution to the biogeography of arctic-alpine fungi: first records in the Southern Carpathians (Romania)
- A. Ronikier
- 1 February 2008
Contribution to the biogeography of arctic-alpine fungi: first records in the Southern Carpathians (Romania) A list of 24 species collected in the alpine zone of the Southern Carpathians is given.… Expand
Microbotryum heliospermae, a new anther smut fungus parasitic on Heliosperma pusillum in the mountains of the European Alpine System.
- M. Piątek, M. Lutz, A. Ronikier, Martin Kemler, Urszula Świderska-Burek
- Biology, Medicine
- Fungal biology
- 1 February 2012
Anther smut specimens on Heliosperma pusillum originating from all main mountain ranges of the European Alpine System were examined and revealed that all specimens are morphologically uniform and phylogenetically represent a monophyletic lineage, sister to Microbotryum lagerheimii complex on Atocion rupestre/silene lacera/Silene vulgaris/Viscaria vulgaris. Expand
How ‘alpine’ are nivicolous myxomycetes? A worldwide assessment of altitudinal distribution
The study indicates that the altitudinal distribution of nivicolous mycomycetes extends over montane, subalpine and alpine belts, and indicates that this ecological group—even though connected with mountainous habitats—does not form an alpine element. Expand
Nivicolous myxomycetes from the Pyrenees: notes on taxonomy and species diversity. Part 1. Physarales and Trichiales
The results of a study of 20 species of myxomycetes, belonging to the orders Physarales and Trichiales and collected in nivicolous locations of the Pyrenees, are given. Description of the species… Expand
Rhizomarasmius epidryas (Physalacriaceae): phylogenetic placement of an arctic-alpine fungus with obligate saprobic affinity to Dryas spp
The results demonstrate that neither the traditional taxonomic placement of the fungus in genus Marasmius nor the recent transfer into genus Mycetinis are phylogenetically correct, and support the importance of the third lineage of the polyphyletic Marasmia s. Expand
[Tricholoma equestre--animal toxicity study].
- Z. Chodorowski, M. Sznitowska, Marek Wiśniewski, J. Sein Anand, W. Waldman, A. Ronikier
- Przeglad lekarski
UNLABELLED Animal toxicity study of Tricholoma equestre mushrooms stored for 12 months at (-)20 degrees C was performed using 30 male BALB/c mice. Three groups of 5 mice each were given suspension of… Expand
Rediscovery of Alnicola cholea (Cortinariaceae): taxonomic revision and description of its mycorrhiza with Polygonum viviparum (Polygonaceae).
Alnicola cholea, a little-known species so far reported only from the two original localities in the French Alps, is redefined here based on revision of herbarium materials and studies of recent… Expand
Perichaena megaspora, a new nivicolous species of myxomycete from the Andes
The most conspicuous characteristics of Perichaena megaspora are the large spores and their ornamentation in the form of flattened warts, which make the new species unique in the genus in which all other species have spores rarely reaching 15 μm diam. Expand