A nomenclatural checklist of agarics, boletes, and related secotioid and gasteromycetous fungi recorded from New Zealand

@article{Segedin2001ANC,
  title={A nomenclatural checklist of agarics, boletes, and related secotioid and gasteromycetous fungi recorded from New Zealand},
  author={Barbara Segedin and Shaun R. Pennycook},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Botany},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={285 - 348}
}
Abstract All of the >1600 names that have been applied to “agarics” and “boletes” recorded from New Zealand in the literature up to the end of 1999 are listed with full citations and representative bibliographic references. Five hundred and sixty of the names are basionyms with New Zealand types, and an additional 63 names are based on New Zealand material but have not been formally published. Synonymous, misapplied, and misspelt names and lapsus calami are cross‐referenced to their accepted… 
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