Cantharellus texensis sp. nov. from Texas, a southern lookalike of C. cinnabarinus revealed by tef-1 sequence data

@article{Buyck2011CantharellusTS,
  title={Cantharellus texensis sp. nov. from Texas, a southern lookalike of C. cinnabarinus revealed by tef-1 sequence data},
  author={Bart Buyck and Corinne Cruaud and Arnaux Couloux and Val{\'e}rie Hofstetter},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={103},
  pages={1037 - 1046}
}
This contribution to the genus Cantharellus in North America deals with the smaller, reddish pink species from the Gulf of Mexico states and eastern United States. C. texensis sp. nov. is presented as a new southern lookalike of C. cinnabarinus. The morphological species concepts are supported by newly generated molecular sequence data from the protein coding gene tef1. Similarities to C. persicinus, a third pinkish taxon, are discussed. The very different microscopic features for the three… Expand
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