First record of Albatrellus (Russulales, Albatrellaceae) from Thailand

  title={First record of Albatrellus (Russulales, Albatrellaceae) from Thailand},
  author={Santhiti Vadthanarat and Saisamorn Lumyong and Olivier Rasp{\'e}},
The genus Albatrellus , mostly known from temperate zones in North America, Europe and some Asian countries, is unusual among Russulales in having a poroid hymenophore, as other Albatrellaceae. [] Key Result Molecular analyses of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) confirmed that our collection is closely related to Albatrellus subrubescens , but genetic distances suggest that it could be a new species. More collections are needed from Thailand or neighboring countries to firmly establish its taxonomic…

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