Chlorophyllum in Great Britain

@article{Vellinga2006ChlorophyllumIG,
  title={Chlorophyllum in Great Britain},
  author={E. Vellinga},
  journal={Field Mycology},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={136-140}
}
Introduction One might expect the systematics of big conspicuous mushrooms would be settled by now, but the genus Macrolepiota shows this would be a mistake. This genus, with its showy fruitbodies, has been relatively neglected and mushrooms encountered outside Europe were too readily given a European name. Only recently has it been recognized that M. procera, the type species of the genus, occurs exclusively in Europe (it is still not known how far east its distribution reaches), and species… Expand
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