Macrolepiota in Korea: New Records and a New Species

@article{Cho2019MacrolepiotaIK,
  title={Macrolepiota in Korea: New Records and a New Species},
  author={Hae Jin Cho and Hyun Sung Lee and Myung-soo Park and Changmu Kim and Komsit Wisitrassameewong and Abel Lupala and Ki Hyeong Park and Min Ji Kim and Jonathan J. Fong and Young Woon Lim},
  journal={Mycobiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={368 - 377}
}
  • H. Cho, H. Lee, Y. Lim
  • Published 18 September 2019
  • Biology, Environmental Science
  • Mycobiology
Abstract The genus Macrolepiota (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) is easy to recognize at the genus level because of big, fleshy basidiocarps with squamules covering the pileus; a single or double annulus; and big, thick-walled basidiospores with a germ pore. However, morphological identification is often unreliable in Macrolepiota due to similar morphological features among species. Due to the uncertainty of previous morphological identification in the genus Macrolepiota, it is necessary to re… 
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