A new Neopaxillus species (Agaricomycetes) from the Dominican Republic and the status of Neopaxillus within the Agaricales

@article{Vizzini2012ANN,
  title={A new Neopaxillus species (Agaricomycetes) from the Dominican Republic and the status of Neopaxillus within the Agaricales},
  author={Alfredo Vizzini and Claudio Angelini and Enrico Ercole},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={104},
  pages={138 - 147}
}
The new species Neopaxillus dominicanus is described on the basis of collections from the Dominican Republic. It is distinguished by having a basidiome with decurrent, distant, white lamellae with evident pink-lilac tinges, a non-depressed pileus at maturity and well developed catenulate cheilocystidia. A description, color photographs of fresh basidiomes and line drawings of relevant microscopic traits are provided. N. dominicanus is morphologically similar to Neopaxillus echinospermus, a type… 
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