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Two new pycnidial members of the Atractiellales: Basidiopycnis hyalina and Proceropycnis pinicola.
An integrated analysis of morphological, ecological, ultrastructural and molecular data indicates that the new taxa belong to the Atractiellales. Expand
Further new species of Mycena and a new section from Spain
This short note directs the attention towards a new section and its type species, and two new species of section Fragilipedes (Fr.) Quel. Hydropus flocculinus is transferred to the genus Mycena.
The secotioid genus Galeropsis (Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota): a real taxonomic unit or ecological phenomenon?
The genus Galeropsis is shown to be polyphyletic, with at least five phylogenetic lineages corresponding to known genera of Agaricomycetes (Panaeolus, Agrocybe, Parasola, Conocybe, and Leratiomyces). Expand
Hymenoscyphus crataegi (Helotiales), a new species from Spain and its phylogenetic position within the genus Hymenoscyphus.
A revision of the British Helotiaceae in the herbarium of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, with notes on related European species and an approach using the bootstrap. Expand
Inocybe inexpectata , a new and unusual species of subgenus Mallocybe
Inocybe inexpectata sp. nov., from Spain, is described and illustrated. It is characterized by its small size, brown-argillaceous tinges, strongly decurrent gills, absence of metuloid cystidia,Expand
Two new pycnidial members of the Atractiellales: Basidiopycnis hyalina and Proceropycnis pinicola1
Two new genera, Basidiopycnis and Proceropycnis, and two new species, Basidiopycnis hyalina and Proceropycnis pinicola, are described. An integrated analysis of morphological, ecological,Expand
Mycena dunicola, a striking new species from the Iberian Peninsula
Mycena dunicola is described as a new species belonging to the new section Dunicolae, As a whole, this section shows characters such as the arcuate-decurrent lamellae, negative reaction of theExpand
Mycena pinophila, a new species of Mycena section Polyadelphia from Spain.
The dark coloured basidiomata, particular habitat and broad and densely diverticulated cheilocystidia characterize the new species of Mycena pinophila sp. Expand