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A revised family-level classification of the Polyporales (Basidiomycota).
Polyporales is strongly supported as a clade of Agaricomycetes, but the lack of a consensus higher-level classification within the group is a barrier to further taxonomic revision. We amplifiedExpand
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Preservation and distribution of fungal cultures
Maintaining and preserving fungal cultures are essential elements of systematics and biodiversity studies. Because fungi are such a diverse group, several methods of cultivation and preservation areExpand
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The pantropical genus Macrocybe gen. nov
Analysis of morphological and ecological characters plus ribosomal DNA sequences support the removal of seven related tropical species from the genus Tricholoma. This group of apparentlyExpand
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Finding needles in haystacks: linking scientific names, reference specimens and molecular data for Fungi
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A set of standards and protocols is proposed to improve the data quality of new sequences, and we suggest how type and other reference sequences can be used to improve identification of Fungi. Expand
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Taxonomy of Epithele (Polyporales, Basidiomycota)
Seventeen species are accepted in the genus Epithele, including new species E. belizensis, E. ceracea, E. reunionis, and E. ryvardenii. Descriptions and illustrations are provided for all species.Expand
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Studies in Phlebia. Six species with teeth.
Nakasone, K. K. (1997). Studies in Phlebia. Six species with teeth. Sydowia 49(1): 49-79. Six species of Phlebia (Meruliaceae, Basidiomycotina) with toothed hymenophores are described andExpand
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Preserving accuracy in GenBank
GenBank, the public repository for nucleotide and protein sequences, is a critical resource for molecular biology, evolutionary biology, and ecology. While some attention has been drawn to sequenceExpand
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Ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer sequences do not support the species status of Ampelomyces quisqualis, a hyperparasite of powdery mildew fungi
Abstract Phylogenetic relationships among Ampelomyces isolates, pycnidial hyperparasites and biological control agents of powdery mildews, were inferred from internal transcribed spacer (ITS)Expand
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Tying up loose threads: revised taxonomy and phylogeny of an avian-dispersed Neotropical rhizomorph-forming fungus
Rhizomorpha corynecarpos Kunze was originally described from wet forests in Suriname. This unusual fungus forms white, sterile rhizomorphs bearing abundant club-shaped branches. Its evolutionaryExpand
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