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Three new species of Hydnophlebia (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) from the Macaronesian Islands
The genus Hydnophlebia includes two species of wood-inhabiting fungi, Hydnophlebia chrysorhizon and Hydnophlebia omnivora. Both are characterized by cream to reddish-orange, resupinate basidiome,Expand
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Preliminary check list of Albuginales and Peronosporales (Chromista) reported from the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands
The scrutiny of ca. 188 publications issued between 1867 and 2005 revealed that ca. 1500 fungus/host combinations of white rusts and downy mildews (Albuginales and Peronosporales) have been reportedExpand
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Morphological and molecular studies of Hyphodermella in the Western Mediterranean area
The genus Hyphodermella was studied based on material from the western Mediterranean area (France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Morocco) where the following three species have been recognized: H.Expand
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Contribution to the knowledge of tomentelloid fungi in the Iberian Peninsula. III
Descriptions and original iconography are given for the following tomentelloid basidiomycetes from the Iberian Peninsula: Tomentella badia, T cinereoumbrina, T fuscocinerea, T bresadolae, TExpand
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Spelling out Jaapia species
Jaapia is a wood-saprobic genus of corticioid fungi for which two species have been recognized: J. argillacea Bres. and J. ochroleuca (Bres.) Nannf. & J. Erikss. Whereas the first one is easilyExpand
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