Forest mycology and forest communities in South America

  title={Forest mycology and forest communities in South America},
  author={Rolf Singer and Meinhard M. Moser and Irma J. Gamund{\'i} and Ellas R. de la Sota and Guillermo Sarmiento},
  journal={Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata},
Amanita viscidolutea, a new species from Brazil with a key to Central and South American species of Amanita section Amanita
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Aphyllophoroid fungi (Basidiomycota) of Chile: An annotated checklist
Mycotaxon is pleased to add our 150th annotated species distribution list to our previously posted free-access fungae. The extraordinarily well-documented 57-page "Aphyllophoroid fungiExpand
Loose Ends in the Cortinarius Phylogeny: Five New Myxotelamonoid Species Indicate a High Diversity of These Ectomycorrhizal Fungi with South American Nothofagaceae
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Cortinarius section Thaumasti in South American Nothofagaceae forests
The phylogenetic delimitation of the clade was mostly in concordance with the earlier, morphology-based grouping of the South American taxa except that C. chrysophaeus was resolved outside of theClade. Expand
A Systematic Review of South American and European Mycorrhizal Research: Is there a Need for Scientific Symbiosis?
With the application of new molecular analyses to determine soil fungal community composition, and with new macroecological approaches to analyze the biogeographic patterns of mycorrhizal plantExpand
Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in South America: Their Diversity in Past, Present and Future Research
This chapter compiles data on various aspects of ectomycorrhizal fungal taxa research, carried out in South America (SA) since the first studies in the early 1900. Early research was achieved byExpand
Mycorrhizal Studies in Temperate Rainforests of Southern Chile
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Rescuing the ectomycorrhizal biodiversity associated with South American Nothofagaceae forest, from the 19th century naturalists up to molecular biogeography
The southernmost portion of the Andes in South America hosts Nothofagaceae forests that form ectomycorrhizal (EcM) associations. We compiled all the published reports of EcM taxa from theseExpand
A systematic revision of the ectomycorrhizal genus Laccaria from Korea
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Type studies in Basidiomycetes. X
A systematic study of the types and authentic specimens of agarics and boletes preserved in the Persoon Herbarium has been carried out and the following new combinations are proposed: Mycena amygdalina, Psilocybe angulata, and a new name is proposed. Expand
Type Studies on Basidiomycetes III
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