Cantharellus pseudoformosus, a new species associated with Cedrus deodara from India

@article{Kumari2011CantharellusPA,
  title={Cantharellus pseudoformosus, a new species associated with Cedrus deodara from India},
  author={Deepika Kumari and Ramesh Chandra Upadhyay and Mondem Sudhakara Reddy},
  journal={Mycoscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={147-151}
}
The genus Cantharellus is known to have a global distribution and to form ectomycorrhizal associations with a diverse set of host plants. Here we describe Cantharellus pseudoformosus as a species new to science with a possible association with Cedrus deodara. ITS and LSU data demonstrated that the material from India is distinct from Cantharellus formosus and other closely related species. 
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