Entoloma in southeastern North America

  title={Entoloma in southeastern North America},
  author={O. K. Miller and L. R. Hesler},
Four new species of Entoloma s.l. (Agaricales) from southern China
Preliminary phylogenetic analyses for the four new Entoloma species described from southern China based on ITS and LSU sequences suggest that E. azureosquamulosum fits well within the section Rhamphocystotae, E. caeruleoflavum belongs to the section Entolomas, and E. hainanense is placed in the section Calliderma. Expand
New names and combinations in the genus Entoloma (Agaricales, Basidiomycota)
Sixteen new names and five new combinations in the genus Entoloma are proposed in order to enable the legitimate use of 21 specific epithets from genera Alboleptonia, Eccilia, Entoloma, Leptonia,Expand
Erratum to: Fungal diversity notes 111–252—taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa
Erratum to: Fungal Diversity Notes 111–252 - taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa.
Two New Cuboid-Spored Species of Entoloma s. l. (Agaricales, Entolomataceae) from Southern China
Two cuboid-spored species of Entoloma are described from S-China, characterized by the small, conico-convex and pale brown to brown pileus, comparatively large cuboid basidiospores, and cutis-like pileipellis with intracellular and encrusting pigment. Expand
Two new Entoloma s.L. species with serrulatum-type lamellar edge from Changbai Mountains, Northeast China
Two species of Entoloma with serrulatum-type lamellar edge, E. cyanostipitum and E. subcaesiocinctum from the Changbai Mountains in northeast China, are described as new, further confirmed based on the ITS and nLSU sequences. Expand
The Entolomataceae of the Pakaraima Mountains of Guyana 6: ten new species and a new combination in Nolanea
Eleven Nolanea species are described from Guyanese collections, and the West African N. nov. is reported for the first time from the Neotropics, and N. subsulcata are new to science. Expand
Multi-gene phylogenetic analyses reveal species limits, phylogeographic patterns, and evolutionary histories of key morphological traits in Entoloma (Agaricales, Basidiomycota)
The results clearly demonstrate the power of the phylogenetic species concept to reveal evolutionary units, to redefine the morphological limits of the species addressed and to provide insights into the evolutionary history of key morphological characters for Entoloma systematics. Expand
Fungal Systematics and Evolution
Our understanding of the systematics of red yeasts has greatly improved with the availability of sequence data and it is now clear that the majority of these fungi belong to three different classesExpand
Fungal Systematics and Evolution
Geodina salmonicolor is shown to be a synonym of G. guanacastensis, the type and only species of the genus. Comparisons of ITS rDNA sequences of a paratype and two recent collections of G.Expand