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Amanita pantherina Poisonous Amanita caesarea poisonous Boletus Boletus edulis Xercomus chrysentron Edible Not edible Russulaceae Russula Suilus spraguei Not edible Russula aquosq Edible Lyophyllaceae Termitomyces Russula solaris Edible Russula violacea Edible Russula sp

@inproceedings{Surendra2018AmanitaPP,
  title={Amanita pantherina Poisonous Amanita caesarea poisonous Boletus Boletus edulis Xercomus chrysentron Edible Not edible Russulaceae Russula Suilus spraguei Not edible Russula aquosq Edible Lyophyllaceae Termitomyces Russula solaris Edible Russula violacea Edible Russula sp},
  author={S Kadam Surendra and D. Sandhya and Tiwari Mahendra Kumar},
  year={2018}
}
The present study was undertaken within a year from June 2012 to September 2013 in different sampling sites of Amarkantak Biosphere reserve forest, Anuppur district of central India. The vegetation and climatic conditions of Amarkantak possesses prime location in India for the hot spot biodiversity of macro-fungi. Although this region is still unexplored due to the unawareness and less attention towards this subject. The study was therefore done to explore the variable and diverse species of… 

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