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Marasmius corbariensis (Roum.) Singer (family Marasmiaceae Roze ex Kuhner 1980) : a new fungal species for Malta

@inproceedings{Mifsud2011MarasmiusC,
  title={Marasmius corbariensis (Roum.) Singer (family Marasmiaceae Roze ex Kuhner 1980) : a new fungal species for Malta},
  author={S. Mifsud},
  year={2011}
}
A population of Marasmius corbariensis (Roum.) Singer was found in an olive grove at ix-Xewkija, Gozo. Being a new agaric for the Maltese Islands, details on this population and habitat is given in this communication. 
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