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Global diversity and distribution of macrofungi
The estimates developed in this study are consistent with a hypothesis of high overall fungal species diversity and are in line with a calculated estimate of between 53,000 and 110,000 macrofungal species derived using plant/macrofungAL species ratio data. Expand
An Illustrated Guide to the Coprophilous Ascomycetes of Australia, Ann Bell, CBS Biodiversity Series No. 3, Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, PO Box 85167, 3508 AD Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2005,
An excellent guide to dung fungi has originated, useful to all mycologists interested in ascomycetes or in teaching mycology. Expand
Fungal Planet description sheets: 400–468
Novel species of fungi described in the present study include the following from Australia: Vermiculariopsiella eucalypti, Mulderomyces natalis (incl. Mulderomyces gen. nov.), FusicladiumExpand
Molecular phylogenetics of porcini mushrooms (Boletus section Boletus).
An unexpected diversity, distribution, and ancient origin of a group of commercially valuable mushrooms that may provide an economic incentive for conservation and support the hypothesis of a tropical origin of the ectomycorrhizal symbiosis is revealed. Expand
Checklist of the British and Irish Basidiomycota.
A comprehensive checklist of the Basidiomycetes (fungi) of Great Britain and Ireland, a massive phylum covering 3670 mushrooms and toadstools, bracket fungi, puffballs, earthstars and stinkhorns,Expand
Ectomycorrhizal fungi of the Guinea–Congo Region
The occurrence of ectomycorrhizal fungi in West African rain forest systems is demonstrated and linked to the presence of a range of caesalpinoid legumes and to members of the genus Uapaca . The vastExpand
Identification and occurrence of Australian Armillaria species, including A. pallidula sp.nov. and comparative studies between them and non-Australian tropical and Indian Armillaria.
Interfertility studies with single-basidiospore isolates showed that the Australian species Armillaria luteobubalina, A. novae-zelandiae, A. fumosa, A. hinnulea and A. pallidula sp.nov. areExpand
Chloromethane production by wood-rotting fungi and an estimate of the global flux to the atmosphere
The production of chloromethane by wood rotting fungi of the Hymenochaetaceae is discussed with particular emphasis on emissions by species of Phellinus and Inonotus with possible impact on the atmospheric CH 3 Cl burden and stratospheric ozone depletion. Expand