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The Australasian species of Lactarius subgenus Gerardii (Russulales)
- D. Stubbe, Huyen Than Le, X. Wang, J. Nuytinck, K. V. D. Putte, A. Verbeken
- Fungal Diversity
This paper provides an overview and identification key of the Australasian species of Lactarius subg. Gerardii. A molecular phylogeny based on the nuc DNA markers ITS, LSU and rpb2, combined with… Expand
Lactarius vividus sp. nov. (Russulaceae, Russulales), a widely distributed edible mushroom in central and southern China
Lactarius sect. Deliciosi includes a group of edible mushrooms with a worldwide geographical distribution. Although several species are considered choice edible mushrooms, taxonomic knowledge on this… Expand
Russula griseocarnosa sp. nov. (Russulaceae, Russulales), a commercially important edible mushroom in tropical China: mycorrhiza, phylogenetic position, and taxonomy.
A new species, Russula griseocarnosa, which was popularly commercially collected as food and medicine and misnamed as European R. vinosa for a long time, is described from tropical China. The dark… Expand
New combinations in Lactifluus, 2 : L. subg. Gerardii
In this second of a series of three papers, new combinations in the genus Lactifluus are proposed. This paper treats Lactarius subg. Gerardii (proposed here as new combination in Lactifluus). In this… Expand
Type studies of Lactarius species published from China.
- X. Wang
- Medicine, Biology
- 1 March 2007
Thirteen species and one variety of the genus Lactarius (Russulaceae, Russulales) have been published from China. Since the original descriptions and illustrations are often poor, it is difficult to… Expand
Four new records in the genus Albatrellus (Aphyllophorales, Albatrellaceae) from China
Albatrellus citrinus, A. flettii, A. skamanius and A. tianschanicus are newly reported from China. Line drawings depict the microscopic characters of the four species.
Mycorrhizal synthesis of Tuber indicum with two indigenous hosts, Castanea mollissima and Pinus armandii
Tuber indicum is one of the most renowned commercialized fungi in China. Mycorrhizal investigations, however, have been carried out mainly with exotic trees. Up to now there is no detailed… Expand
Ectomycorrhizae of Tuber huidongense and T. liyuanum with Castanea mollissima and Pinus armandii
Tuber huidongense and T. liyuanum are common commercial white truffles in China that belong to the Rufum and Puberulum groups of the genus Tuber, respectively. Their mycorrhizae were successfully… Expand
Multilocus phylogenetic and coalescent-based methods reveal dilemma in generic limits, cryptic species, and a prevalent intercontinental disjunct distribution in Geopyxis (Pyronemataceae s. l.,…
Abstract Species limits in the small genus Geopyxis are debatable because of problems with interpreting the few phenotypic features and poor documentation of types. To clarify species boundaries and… Expand
Lactifluus parvigerardii sp. nov., a New Link Towards the Pleurotoid Habit in Lactifluus Subgen. Gerardii (Russulaceae, Russulales)
Abstract Lactifluus parvigerardii, a new species from subtropical southwestern China, is described. Worldwide, this is the third representative of Lactifluus subgen. Gerardii with coloured latex, as… Expand