• Corpus ID: 88979265

Inocybe angustispora, I. taedophila, and Cortinarius Aureifolius: An unusual inocyboid cortinarius

  title={Inocybe angustispora, I. taedophila, and Cortinarius Aureifolius: An unusual inocyboid cortinarius},
  author={P. Brandon Matheny and Joseph F. Ammirati},
Both Inocybe angustispora and I. taedophila are taxonomic synonyms of Cortinarius aureifolius, a species found in sandy soils under Pinus in both eastern and western North America. RPB1 and RPB2 nucleotide sequences of the holotype of I. angustispora support a close phylogenetic relationship between this species and Cortinarius croceus of subgenus Dermocybe, also evident by the shared presence of interhyphal pigment deposits. A taxonomic description, illustrations, and gene phylogenies are… 
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