• Corpus ID: 86945971


  author={Li Tai},
  journal={Guizhou Science},
  • Li Tai
  • Published 2003
  • Education
  • Guizhou Science
397 species or varieties of 28 genera of Chinese tubular and lamellate boletes so far known by the authors are listed and their distributions are indicated They are offered in the hope that the information will be helpful to better understanding the Chinese bolete mycoflora and diversity, and the lists will be integrated by the users of insight 
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