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Sarcodon imbricatus and S. squamosus — two confused species
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It was found that fruit bodiesgrowing with Pinus sylvestris seemed to be superior for dyeing compared to fruit bodies growing with Picea abies, and macroscopical differences between the forms indicated that they are different taxa. Expand
Albatrellus citrinus sp. nov., connected to Picea abies on lime rich soils.
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A molecular study to test the hypothesis that a new species of Albatrellus had been discovered and confirmed the hypothesis, and describes the new species A. citrinus, which apart from ecology and ITS sequence, is different from A. subrubescens by a distinct yellowing with age, lack of dark spots of the cap, a mild taste and somewhat narrower spores. Expand
Hortus Rudbeckianus : An enumeration of plants cultivated in the Botanical Garden of Uppsala University during the Rudbeckian period 1655-1702
Hortus Rudbeckianus : An enumeration of plants cultivated in the Botanical Garden of Uppsala University during the Rudbeckian period 1655-1702
Considerations and consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
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It is concluded that the acceptance of DNA sequences alone as types of names of taxa, under the terms used in the current proposals, is unnecessary and would not solve the problem of naming putative taxa known only from DNA sequences in a scientifically defensible way. Expand
Typification of Octaviania rubescens (Paxillineae, Boletales) and phylogenetic hypotheses for genus Alpova
There are no usable herbarium specimens for the type of Alpova rubescens; therefore a lectotype and an epitype are designated hereby to preserve current usage of the name. As lectotype theExpand
Validation of Online Monitoring of PFC by QCL with FTIR Spectroscopy
Monitoring of perfluorocarbon (PFC) evolution from aluminium smelting is gaining attention, not only because of their high greenhouse gas potentials but also due to process optimization purposes.Expand
Lectotypification of Typhula graminum and description of T. berthieri sp. nov.
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All the materials agree with Berthier's description, except for the presence of scarce clamps and for a cuticle of up to 8 mu m thick in old sclerotia, two characteristics not mentioned by Berthiers. Expand
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