Crepidotus ehrendorferi in Slovakia and taxonomic notes on related species

  title={Crepidotus ehrendorferi in Slovakia and taxonomic notes on related species},
  author={Soňa Ripkov{\'a} and Stanislav Glejdura},
Described in 1988 from Austria, Crepidotus ehrendorferi Hauskn. et Krisai was recorded in Slovakia in 2009 for the first time. It was found on Tilia cordata, a hitherto unknown host. Macro– and micromorphological characters of the Slovak collections are described and illustrated. The identification and confusion of C. ehrendorferi with other Crepidotus species is discussed; the knowledge of its occurrence, ecology and threat is summarised. 
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