A new stipitate species of Crepidotus from India and Thailand, with notes on other tropical species

  title={A new stipitate species of Crepidotus from India and Thailand, with notes on other tropical species},
  author={Laura Guzm{\'a}n-D{\'a}valos and C. K. Pradeep and K. B. Vrinda and A. Manoj Kumar and Virginia Ram{\'i}rez-Cruz and Mar{\'i}a Herrera and Alma Rosa Villalobos-Ar{\'a}mbula and Kasem Soytong and Timothy J. Baroni and M. Catherine Aime},
  pages={804 - 814}
ABSTRACT A new Asian species of Crepidotus (Basidiomycota, Agaricales), C. asiaticus, is presented based on morphological and nuc rDNA internal transcribed spacer (ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 = ITS) and large subunit (28S) sequence data. This new species, found in India and Thailand, is characterized by the centrally stipitate medium-sized basidiomata, orange to reddish brown pileus, white to brownish orange lamellae, and white stipe. Based on morphology, C. asiaticus is similar to the neotropical C… 
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