A monograph of Micropsalliota in Northern Thailand based on morphological and molecular data

  title={A monograph of Micropsalliota in Northern Thailand based on morphological and molecular data},
  author={Rui-Lin Zhao and Dennis E Desjardin and Kasem Soytong and Brian A Perry and Kevin David Hyde},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
Using a combination of morphological and molecular data, the genus Micropsalliota is shown to represent a monophyletic lineage in the Agaricaceae sister to Hymenagaricus. Features that distinguish the genus from Agaricus and allied genera include usually small, gracile basidiomes with a membranous partial veil, dextrinoid basidiospores with an apically thickened endosporium and lack of a germ pore, capitate or subcapitate, conspicuous cheilocystidia, and incrusted pileipellis hyphae that turn… 
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